Reynolds Unwrapped will not help you preserve and protect leftover food. However, the humor of Dan Reynolds's single-panel cartoon will help you preserve and protect your sanity with its colorful and quirky humor. Millions of people across the country enjoy Reynolds Unwrapped, with its appearances in Reader's Digest and Esquire magazine—as well as being featured on greeting cards and in its own nationally published books. The strip's latest collection of panel cartoons, Now They All Have Window Seats!, enables readers to see the skewed view of the world of fatherhood through the wacky eyes of Reynolds. In this, Reynolds's fourth collection of Reynolds Unwrapped, he takes a special look at dads as only his cartoons can. Now They All Have Window Seats! offers an offbeat but strangely loving view of fatherhood that will make dads everywhere chuckle knowingly.
About the Author
Unlike many cartoonists, Dan Reynolds did not begin cartooning until he was nearly 30 years old. After the birth of his first son, for some inexplicable reason, he picked up a pencil and sketched a cartoon. He brought it into work and his coworkers roared. Fifteen years later, Reynolds Unwrapped is one of the zaniest around. Reynolds has published three other collections, including AMU's Christmas Meltdown and Birthday Bash! He is syndicated online by Uclick. He lives in Oswego, N.Y.