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Archive - Jul 21, 2005

Friends, Fundraising and Cat Garza

I took the day off and hung out with Bup and his family today. Other than repeated spottings of the nefarious Case Yorke, the day went well.

If you're interested in the Save ConnectiCon effort check out Websnark today - Eric's all over that story. In a related vein, I saw that Jamie Robertson is having a fundraiser for his webcomic Clan of the Cats so that he can keep up working on it. Clan of the Cats is a veteran webcomic but also one with great story and great art. It's a bit of a mystery to me why it isn't more widely read.

Thursday Links of Interest

The Lazy Grind Challenge is a comic ironman challenge modeled after The Daily Grind Ironman Challenge, but with three updates a week as its goal instead of weekdays. The stakes are much lower though, with only glory and the right to demand drawings for the winner.

There is an interesting discussion in the Kilroy and Tina forum about the pros and cons of being a part of a subscription site. Several Graphic Smash creators have joined in the discussion.

City Newspaper, a Rochester alternative paper, has an interview with Perry Bible Fellowship creator Nicholas Gurewitch.