Dennis the Menace may be known as a troublemaker, but he has never crossed the line into bullying. In October, school administrators and teachers at Miller Elementary School in Canton, Michigan invited David Crumm, editor of ReadTheSpirit magazine, to brainstorm ideas for engaging young students to recognize and stand up against bullying.
Once again, the Dennis the Menace creative team lends their support to America’s PrepareAthon, a community-based campaign for a day of action, coordinated by FEMA to increase emergency preparedness and resilience through hazard-specific drills, group discussions and exercises.
In the September 30, 2014, Dennis the Menace comic panel, cartoonist Marcus Hamilton drew a panel that stated the importance of having the basic essentials on hand in the event of a unforeseeable disaster or weather event.
Individuals, families, workplaces, schools and organizations are coming together to practice simple activities to stay safe before, during, and after four types of hazards: floods, wildfires, tornadoes and hurricanes.
Ron Ferdinand, cartoonist of the Sunday “Dennis the Menace” comic, has drawn an original piece of artwork to support America’s PrepareAthon!, a community-based campaign for action, coordinated by FEMA in partnership with national and local stakeholders, to increase emergency preparedness and resilience through hazard-specific drills, group discussions and exercises.
Welcome to the new official web site for Dennis the Menace.
Now your favorite five year old, who is always finding trouble has a
new playground…He’s gone viral!
Be sure to come check out the ‘Ruff Cuts’ to see snips and snails of Dennis’ history. Thank you so much for visiting us at our new home on the inter-web.
Here is a cute little sketch of Dennis with Dolly from “The Family Circus” drawn by Hank Ketcham and Bil Keane.