Now that it’s mid-January, we’ll post Sam’s resolve for 2022, along with a little promotion that connects WONC FM 89.1.
Sam & Joe / New Year’s Resolutions
“Sam & Joe” is a comic strip featuring a couple of colorful characters created by Jared Moser. Look for Moser’s silliness, frame by frame, again to be featured almost monthly online at www.positivelynaperville.com.
Find the comic strip printed in the monthly publication, too.
Cartoonist Moser, hailing from Wheeling, Illinois, attends North Central College. Now a junior, Moser recently changed his major to entrepreneurship, with minors in journalism and media communications and animation. He plays volleyball and golf for North Central, resulting in receiving ACVA national player of the week, and conference freshman of the year for volleyball. Now a junior, Moser added that he is now the head music director for WONC 89.1, North Central’s award-winning radio station.
After a chance meeting in February 2020 at the North Central College WONC Radio Station (89.1 FM Pure Rock), Moser submitted samples of his work. In March 2020, Positively Naperville’s publisher began running his comics featuring a couple of his buddies, Sam and Joe.
Moser says “Sam & Joe” started off “as a doodle in a middle school note book, and with the influences of Calvin & Hobbes, and Big Nate,” the teenage “best friends” grew into the bickering sidekicks they are today.
Originally created in black and white, Moser depicts Sam & Joe reacting to seasonal activities and special holidays. During the summer of 2020, Moser turned his comic strip into living color.
Enjoy the monthly episodes of these best buddies in print and online!
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Where to find ‘Sam & Joe’ in print…
“Sam & Joe” will be presented again in print in the monthly publication, available in the rack at one of 25 Positively Naperville pick-up locations around town.
Find distribution racks at Quigley’s Irish Pub in downtown Naperville (And stop by Quigley’s for live music most Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays.), Caputo’s Fresh Market on 111th Street at Route 59, Garden Fresh Market in Hobson West, The Boxes in Cress Creek Square Shopping Center as well as Casey’s Foods and Oswald’s Pharmacy in Naperville Plaza, and at the Boilerhouse Cafe at North Central College, to name a few.
Racks are replenished regularly throughout the month to help keep them neat with copies available until the next issue. Thanks to readers who contact us when racks are running low. PN’s press date usually is set for the Monday before the first day of the month.