Permissions Guidelines for Cartoons


Admittedly, sugar addiction, carb addiction, and obesity and the absolutely irrational way people behave or acted (as in my case) when “high” on sweets or carbs is very dangerous, even potentially deadly.

That’s why one day, while healing after I blew my diet, I came up with the idea to come up with some fun Sugar Shock Cartoons, which poke fun of our plight.

Now, I invite you to share the cartoons on your blog, website or ezine.  But before you share Sugar Shock Cartoons, see the Cartoon Permission Guidelines below.

You are granted specific, limited permission to reprint Sugar Shock Cartoons on websites or blogs, in magazines, newspapers, books, in talks or slide shows, movies, or other media, but you must adhere to the following “professional courtesy” conditions:

  1. You need to conspicuously credit cartoon creator Connie Bennett and artist Isabella Bannerman.
  2. Use the following language whenever you reprint a cartoon: “Reprinted with permission from health and sugar expert Connie Bennett at and artist Isabella Bannerman.”
  3. Cite the specific web address where you found the cartoon. (This should be listed directly below or adjacent to the cartoon in a conspicuous manner. If on the web, the link must be clickable.)
  4. You may NOT use this cartoon in a disparaging context or manner.
  5. You may NOT charge for this cartoon.
  6. retains all ownership, rights and copyrights.
  7. Reprint rights may be revoked, without notice, on a case by case basis, if reprint courtesy is, in our opinion, abused.

Learn more here about Sugar Shock Cartoons.