The 12 Days of Drawn to Read

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Editor’s Note: Ward Sutton will be adding new panels to “The 12 Days of Drawn to Read” daily until the full set is complete. Be sure to keep checking back for the latest update.

 


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About the Columnist
Ward Sutton’s cartoons and illustrations have appeared in the Village Voice, TV Guide, Rolling Stone, Time, Esquire, The New Yorker, and on the Op-Ed page of the New York Times.

Ward's Drawn to Read appears monthly in the Barnes & Noble Review. Click here to see the complete Drawn to Read archive.

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