Hispanic Comics: “La Cucaracha” and “Mail Order Ninja”

Following its recent removal, and the acrimony that followed it, the comic “La Cucaracha” – by Lalo Alcaraz and distributed by Universal Press Syndicate- has scuttled back onto the pages of the L.A. Times.

After its brief departure, enough readers vocalized their displeasure as to force a return of the Latin-themed comic to the popular L.A. Daily.

The Sunday version of the comic returns March 25.


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