Heads up! The Levine Museum of the New South, located on Seventh Street here in uptown Charlotte, will be opening its new exhibit "Comic Stripped: A Revealing Look At Southern Stereotypes In Comics" on Saturday, September 8. Shelton and fellow blogger Andy Mansell consulted with the exhibit's curator, Dr. Tom Hanchett, and helped put the museum in touch with some of our local cartoonists, including Dennis the Menace's Marcus Hamilton and Gasoline Alley's Jim Scancarelli. The exhibit will cover a host of Southern-inflected cartoons, including Doug Marlette's Kudzu, Walt Kelly's Pogo, Al Capp's Lil Abner, and much more. Marcus will be giving a lecture, there'll be food and music on hand, and much more--don't miss it! More information available on the Levine Museum's website.