Editorial Cartoonist Donna Barstow Brings Fresh, Original Voice to UCLICK® Website GoComics.com

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Editorial cartoonist and acclaimed blogger Donna Barstow is bringing her signature style to GoComics.com, the popular Uclick comic strip and editorial cartoon portal that is home to some of the nation's most renowned cartoonists.

While the focus of Barstow's feature will usually fall on politics, the cartoonist expects a large dose of pop culture to work its way into the mix as well.

She brings an original point of view and an instantly recognizable cartooning style to her work, not to mention her brilliant wit. She's a great fit for the GoComics community.

Editorial cartoonist and acclaimed blogger Donna Barstow is bringing her signature style to GoComics.com, the popular Uclick comic strip and editorial cartoon portal that is home to some of the nation's most renowned cartoonists.

Barstow's new feature will update two to three times per week, putting on full display the unique commentary that has made her cartoons a hit on the pages of widely-read newspapers and periodicals such as Parade, The New Yorker, Harvard Business Review, the Los Angeles Times and Glamour, among others. She has two books in print of cartoons for women, and her cartoon on food has run for several years in mainstream and alternative papers, including Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, Salt Lake Tribune, Albany Times Union, Pasadena Weekly, and more.

Barstow approaches her job as an editorial cartoonist in a way that differs from the political myopia that sometimes dominates the field.

"I try to see more of the positive in the news," said Barstow. "It's important to have a point of view, but does it have to be fatalistic? I try and bring light to a subject even though I might loathe it."

While the focus of Barstow's feature will usually fall on politics, the cartoonist expects a large dose of pop culture to work its way into the mix as well, all filtered through the lens of her own perspective.

"Living in Hollywood, I can't help but be influenced by entertainment, and yes, sadly, the superficial," said Barstow. "I'm originally from the East Coast, so I definitely see the conflict and layers in East vs. West coast culture! It's a challenge I enjoy, letting my opinions be known."

Barstow joins a star-studded lineup of editorial cartoonists on GoComics.com. The site features 27 Pulitzer Prize winners, including Pat Oliphant, Mike Luckovich, Matt Davies, David Horsey, Mike Ramirez and more.

"Donna paints the world in shades most of us don't even consider," said Douglas Edwards, Uclick CEO. "She brings an original point of view and an instantly recognizable cartooning style to her work, not to mention her brilliant wit. She's a great fit for the GoComics community."

Check out Donna Barstow's cartoons at GoComics.com/DonnaBarstow.

GoComics.com is owned and operated by digital entertainment provider Uclick, America's #1 provider of comics on the web and on mobile phones.

About UCLICK:
UCLICK® is the leading digital entertainment provider of humor, comic strips, manga, graphic novels, editorial cartoons, and other content for desktop, web and mobile phones. Uclick is also the leading creator and distributor of crosswords, and other word and number puzzles. Partners featuring Uclick content include the leading consumer portals Yahoo!, MSNBC.com, New York Times, Slate.com, washingtonpost.com, CNN, USA Today, and AOL. Uclick features include the top brand franchises Garfield, Doonesbury, Calvin and Hobbes, Paul Frank, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TOKYOPOP, USA Today, Pat Sajak, Wyland, and many more. Uclick creative content and services are available through the GoComics.com website, U.S. mobile phone operators, the iTunes App Store, and other distributors worldwide. UCLICK, LLC is a division of Andrews McMeel Universal, the leading newspaper syndicate and publisher of humor books and calendars in North America.

For more information on Uclick, visit http://www.uclick.com.

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