First off a quick thank you to current advertisers: the Learn To Draw The Human Figure training course; Nick Bertozzi's new comic, The Salon; and the webcomics Argon Zark; Super Unit 5000; Running In the Halls; and Things Change.
- Broken Frontier has a review of Clay Yount's new webcomic Cosmobear. Yount along with his brother Hampton create the webcomic Rob and Elliot, and the Bikini Suicide Frisbee Days series at Sluggy Freelance.
- Brooke McEldowneyâ€™s daughter sent a note to blogger Joshua Fruhlinger to explain that McEldowney's comic Pibgorn has left Universal Mediaâ€™s Comics.com site and will eventually appear online elsewhere. (link via Journalista!)
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- Jim Zubkavich has a post about how he's including a thank you letter with copies of his book Makeshift Miracle. His letter also encourages folks to spread the word about his book.
- The Webcomics In Print blog interviews the owners of GelaSkins which makes iPod skins. Fans of Liz Greenfield's Stuff Sucks webcomic may recall that she has sold GelaSkins iPod skins featuring her characters.
- The Webcomics In Print blog also has a round-up of the latest webcomic books as well as news that the Ctrl+Alt+Del Animated Series is out on DVD.
- And now: "Todd Goldman stole my artwork and all I got was this lousy t-shirt!" (link from Talkaboutcomics)
- Readers of the gaming blog Joystiq pick their favorite "This is Sparta!" gag — VG Cats gets the nod.