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Episode 30, Cagen Luse & Pat Sandy

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Release Date: 04/10/2022

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It's two (two!) guests for the price of one in this month's episode of Strip Search, when "Pet Peeves" cartoonists Dave London & Pete Chianca welcome Cagen Luse of Comics in Color, talking about this year's all-in-person festival in Boston, coming April 23; and Pat Sandy, the cartoonist behind the hilarious "Next Door Neighbors," discussing his new comic strip collection.