COMIXPEDIA EVENT #2: BLIND DATE — now active!

Where is the love?

RIGHT HERE, baby!

Comixpedia Event #2: BLIND DATE is now accepting sign-ups for what promises to be the weirdest, wildest, and most red-hot-lovin’ event of 2004!

Full rules can be found on the BLIND DATE sub-page but in a nutshell: we’re asking webcomicers to sign up to participate in an online event in which they will be PAIRED AT RANDOM with another creator to turn out a love-themed comic!

Signups go to JANUARY 23, 2004.

Randomized pairings will be posted JANUARY 24, 2004.

Comics are due by FEBRUARY 8, 2004. (that’s two weeks!)

Get crackin’! Open your heart, your drawing board and your pens to online comic bliss… join the BLIND DATE event today! Now, even!

– Matt Shepherd
Events Editor
Comixpedia

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8 Comments

  1. I suspect the blinddate e-mail address is getting routed to my hotmail; Hotmail’s been totally messed up all day.

    – Matt

  2. So should we wait until this issue with hotmail is resolved?
    Alternately, you could open a topic in the forum or something…

  3. Yes, freakin’ Hotmail. Has freakin’ died.

    Sigh.

    This will be resolved soon, I hope…just sit tight for now. I’d rather not move this to a forum because things have a tendency to…drift.

    – Matt

  4. Matt

    I’ve been getting all of the blind date emails today – I can forward themto an email tonight – just tell me which email to send ’em too.

  5. Sorry about all the crazy comments, but I have to clear this up:

    THIS IS NOT A DATING SERVICE.

    It’s called “Blind Date” because you’re getting paired with a random cartoonist, but there is no guarantee that you will be paired with a cartoonist of a gender you wish to date. That would involve (somehow) figuring out participants’ genders and preferences and tailoring things on the fly to get perfect proportions of gay, lesbian, straight male and straight female participants.

    That would be nutty and nigh-impossible!

    This is an event that pairs RANDOM CARTOONISTS to create a love-themed comic as part of a Valentine’s event. There is no guarantee that you’ll be paired with somebody of the gender you would normally choose to date.

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