A creatively fun night with R. R. Anderson at King’s Books

Friends, family, fans, and local politicians turned out Monday night for the release of political cartoonist R. R. Anderson’s new book — “100 Tacomics: The Secular and Apolitical Cartoon Life of Tacoma and her Moral People(s), Vol. 001.” Last year, Anderson was one of 17 artists to receive a grant through the city’s Tacoma Artists Initiative Program. He used the award to produce the book. Those who attended last night’s reading at King’s Books were treated to free paleta ice cream bars from Jeff’s Ice Cream (compliments of the Tacoma Daily Index) as they waited patiently on line to have Anderson sign their books. Anderson’s political cartoons appear weekly on FeedTacoma.com. He is also co-founder of the Cartoonist’s League of Absurd Washingtonians. For additional photos and a video of last night’s event, click here.

R. R. Anderson signs copies of his book of political cartoons at King's Books in Tacoma. (PHOTO BY TODD MATTHEWS)

R. R. Anderson signs copies of his book of political cartoons at King’s Books in Tacoma. (PHOTO BY TODD MATTHEWS)