The streak of a Courtoon every weekday for 34 weeks has come to an end. (I actually thought I might run out of ideas around week 3.) I will continue to post Courtoons as I generate them here and there, so continue to check in. Also, a number of people have asked for signed prints, and I am working on an addition to the site to enable orders. I’m also hoping to create a Courtoons book, which I intend to be well suited for law offices (or perhaps for lining bird cages).
But why, you ask, is the streak ending? In short: Not enough hours in the day. As The Mills Law Office LLC approaches its one-year anniversary, a significant amount of time is required of its managing partner (me) and janitor (me). The good news is that things are busy; the bad news is that Courtoons has to take the hit. (Of course, for those who think Courtoons absolutely suck, this is a win-win. See, e.g., Anonymous Commenter #11 v. Courtoons, 12 U.S. 345 (AboveTheLaw Aug. 6, 2009).)
Finally, thank you for following Courtoons. There were many times (usually around 11:43 pm on a Wednesday while cursing out a blank piece of paper) that I thought Courtoons might end, but remembering a comment or e-mail motivated me to keep them coming. Very appreciated.