Does anyone want to do some cover art for ComixTalk for January (like this month)? Email me at xerexes AT gmail DOT com.
Newsarama has an interview with Raina Telgemeier who is working on a graphic novel version of her webcomic-in-progress Smile. Raina and her husband Dave Roman are two of the nicest (and talentest) folks in comics. (h/t Journalista!)
The Washington Post has an interview with Tom Rickard, the creator of the comic strip Brewster Rockit. I didn’t realize this started back in 2004, it is a better than average strip in terms of what’s in the Post’s comic pages.
Achewood creator Chris Onstad visits the Googleplex – click for a video of an interview with him there for Google’s Authors At Lunch series. (h/t Journalista!)
Following up on FLEEN’s mention of the NPR story on Penny Arcade, a commenter lists several other webcomic stories NPR has covered: Achewood, Sluggy Freelance, Erfworld, Questionable Content, Megatokyo, Cyanide & Happiness.
Brian Fies, the creator of the web/comic Mom’s Cancer has REALLY good advice on dpi requirements (72, 300, 600, 1200, etc) when scanning. (h/t Journalista!)
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS
Scott Kurtz announced some changes to his other webcomic Ding! — he took back the art chores from Paul Southworth and is now soliciting stories from players of the game World Of Warcraft to tell in the comic. I think the format change is interesting, but I’ll miss Southworth’s take on the art.