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Tired of all the holiday hoopla yet? If you could use a few moments of sheer escapism from this hectic season, then the Curtis Arts and Humanities Center has just the solution: Cartoons -- More Than Just Comics , an exhibit featuring work by Lonnie Allen, Daniel Crosier, Amy Reeder Hadley, Gerhard Kaaihue, Paul Niemiec, John Peters, John Porcellino (work pictured), Ron Ruelle and Stan Yan.
Not only is this a veritable who's-who of local manga and comic-book artists, but it's also a great escape for anyone who'd like to look at cartoons that don't feature Rudolph or Santa. It's perfect for kids, but more importantly, it's perfect for adults who need a brief break from reality. Plus, who doesn't like cartoons? (Seriously. If you don't like cartoons, there's probably something very wrong with you.)