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Thursday, April 20, 2006


Ellington Way reflects what it’s like to make your way in the world for the very first time. Whether it’s a first job, first business, or first anything, at some point we all have to leave the comforts of home and put on our “adult clothes.” Ellington Way is about a group of friends who do just that—and they find the clothes are still a bit too large.
Ellie Jones, the central character, has started her own art gallery and is learning to deal with all the nightmares and headaches that come with running a small business; her best friend, Dee Dee Okada, is toiling as an HR analyst for a large cable company; and their mutual friend Nate Wiley is on his own for the first time and is struggling to balance his work and college life. The strip isn’t as much about being an adult as it is the humor of getting there.
Ellington “Ellie” Jones-Though brilliant, Ellie is impulsive--a characteristic that often leaves her biting off more than she can chew. She runs a struggling art gallery called The Hotel Sunrise.
Dee Dee Okada-Ellie’s best friend and confidant. Dee Dee’s sardonic wit is more than a match for Ellie’s own brand of irreverent humor. Taking good-natured jabs at herself and her friends is Dee’s idea of a good time.
TO THE COMICS - by James Point Du Jour


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