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There's a Webcomic On the Back of the Declaration of Independence!

AWARDS: Shaenon Garrity shares her thoughts on some of the winners of this year's WCCAs and her general low opinion of the award as a whole.

DEAD TREES: Dark Horse is bringing out a Wondermark book.  The world now asks itself: can anything stop David Malki!??

MILESTONES

TOOLS: Web Worker Daily had a round-up of free graphics tools available around the web.

C'MON FEEL THE HYPE

INTERVIEWS

Monday's Webcomic Wonderland

COMIXTALK

New interviews -- one with manga publisher Seven Seas and one with T Campbell.

DIGGING YOUR SCENE

Tom Spurgeon is collecting information on various comic "scenes" across the North American continent and he's looking for help.

AWARDS

The Glyph Comic Award nominees are out.

REVIEWS

A comprehensive overview of Steve Purcell's long-running (but infrequently updated) Sam & Max comics.  Purcell won last year's Eisner for Best Digital Comic.

Comics Worth Reading links to Ten Doctors, a Who fan comic starring all of the Doctor Whos.

DEAD TREES

Dark Horse announced more print collections of webcomics including Wondermark and Achewood.

I HATE MONDAYS

Two ways to pierce the veil of Garfield: Garfield Without Garfield and Arbuckle.

What a Good Place to Be: It's Webcomic Hour Again!

AWARDS

INTERVIEWS

DEAD TREES

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS

Webcomic Wire - 1/28/08

Drawn from sources that are sniffling and feverish…

Here’s the audio from the phone interview with Studio Foglio.
David Malki’s, the creator of Wondermark, has released his short film called Expendable. Have a look. 
Sarah Sharp interviews Craig Taillefer, the creator of Mighty Motor Sapiens and The Chelation Kid.
Hyatt Art revamps website and is collecting submissions for the [...]
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Webcomic Wire - 1/28/08

Drawn from sources that are sniffling and feverish…

Here’s the audio from the phone interview with Studio Foglio.
David Malki’s, the creator of Wondermark, has released his short film called Expendable. Have a look. 
Sarah Sharp interviews Craig Taillefer, the creator of Mighty Motor Sapiens and The Chelation Kid.
Hyatt Art revamps website and is collecting submissions for the [...]
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Just Got Back from SPX Day One

I'm only doing one day of SPX this year (today) which is too bad because it was chockfull of cool people and good comics. I just got home from spending the afternoon there and I'll have a more "formal" (yes I'm making the air quote with my fingers in my head as I write that word) convention report later this weekend but I thought I'd do a quick post right now.

Join me in "read more" land if you dare!

Stumptown Comics Fest 2007

The Stumptown Comics Fest will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 29 - 30, from 10 AM - 6 PM, at the Lloyd Center Doubletree in Portland, Oregon. Admission is $5 at the door.

Special guests include Matt Wagner, Carol Lay, Peter Bagge, Shaenon Garrity, Mike & Laura Allred, Sarah Oleksyk, and Ted Rall. More details at the website: stumptowncomics.com.

 

 

Ignatz Nominees Out

Tom Spurgeon has the full list of nominees for this year's Ignatz Awards. The nominees for Outstanding Online Comic are Achewood by Chris Onstad; Grace by Kris Dresen; Persimmon Cup by Nick Bertozzi; Thingpart by Joe Sayers; and Wondermark by David Malki.

David Malki ! vs. Comic-Con

First, a note of disclosure. I am featured in Malki !'s documentary, but I am going to hawk it anyway.

David Malki ! of Wondermark took Comic-Con attendance to a whole new level by making it an opportunity to documentarize.

Malki ! goes head to head with Comic-Con asking attendees and exhibitors (many of whom are your favorite Webcomics All-Stars) which is superior, David Malki ! or Comic-Con.

Interviews and commentary from APE 2007 on The Gigcast this week.

The cool folks over at Nightgig Studios are including part one of our three part drive-by on webcomics at the Alternative Press Expo in the Gigcast this week.