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Ryan North

Do You Hear What the Webcomic Is Cooking?

INTERVIEWS

ComicMix talks to Chris Hastings of Dr McNinja.

Eric Burns profiles Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics.

INDUSTRY

The Comics Reporter has an overview and a lot of links to the recent TokyoPop restructuring.

JUSTIFY MY DEAD TREE HYPE

This looks cool - Mitch Clem is doing some comics for a print series:

I have about fifty more of these fully inked. It's a new series I've been working on called "Something Great", which will be my first foray into creating a direct-to-print comic strip series (as opposed to a webcomic, which I already have too many of). Five per issue have been running in Razorcake, so you'll see those too once new issues come out, as usual. Otherwise, patience is your best hope for ridiculousness.

PODCASTANETS

Chris Williams listens to comics podcasts so you don't have to... unless you really want to!

AROUND THE WORLD IN 3 MORE BLOGS

Here's the best of the rest I found today:

Broken Frontier has a story on Kevin Cannon and his 288 hour graphic novel Far Arden.

Jessica Smith has a story on Ryan North and Dinosaur Comics.

NPR has a story on Charlie Brown, the character from Charles Schulz's Peanuts.

When Jeffey Met Joey

The recent ROFLcon brought together a wacky ensemble of Internet-famous folks including a number of webcomickers.  Jeffrey Rowland's OVERCOMPENSATING today details the meeting between himself and Joey Comeau of A Softer World.

Other bittids from the event include an interview with the dudes from Cyanide and Happiness, and a panel on Internet fame-i-ness with Ryan North (Din-O-saur!) and Randal Monroe (kxyz).

ryanestrada @ 2008-03-28T18:19:00

Holy shoot! Comics for Kilimanjaro was a big success! I guess that annually throwing away garbage bags full of my original art had caused me to devalue how interested people would be in them.... lesson learned.

Well, there are only 5 envelopes left, so grab them fast if you want them!

A envelope full of art to anywhere in North America, $5:
SOLD OUT
A envelope full of art and presents to anywhere in the world, $10:
SOLD OUT

Comics for Kilimanjaro


This summer, I'm gonna climb Mount Kilimanjaro. My sister will be there on a research project studying hyenas, so I'm gonna meet up with her, and the two of us are gonna make it to the top, or die trying. But it seems you can't climb without a registered guide. And one of those is gonna cost us a pretty penny.

How to Find the Best Feed to Import Your Outside Blog Posts Into ComixTalk

As I find out tips on how to add different types of feeds I'll add here - please add what you know in the comments below.

WORDPRESS

The contest you didn't know was a contest because I didn't know it was a contest

The winner of the most hi-larious message left on my voicemail contest is.....
whoever left the stalkery message actually intended for Ryan North.
'Fess up!

The winner for the worst joke is everyone else.

How To Eat Fried Webcomics

COMIXTALK

INTERVIEWS

EVENTS

  • Like Brigadoon, every four years on February 29th, the University of South Dakota rises from the mists of the Scottish Highlands to hold its mystical 24 hour comics event!

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS

WCCA 2008 Nominees Are Out

The nominees for this year's WCCAs were released this past Sunday (sadly without any fanfare, or press release... again). But lots of interesting choices (and good links to comics!):

OUTSTANDING COMIC FINALISTS:
Achewood by Chris Onstaad
Girl Genius by Phil and Kaja Foglio
Gunnerkrigg Court by Tom Siddell
Perry Bible Fellowship by Nicholas Gurewitch
The Phoenix Requiem by Sarah Ellerton

#22 of Shuriken Diaries and a thought on "The Big Guys" linking eachother, aka the vicious cycle

This goes to a flickr page The latest strip of Shuriken Diaries, "Mudansha", can be enjoyed by clicking HERESMOKEBOMB!