Submitted by Black_Kitty on September 15, 2007 - 16:03
This is pretty old news but for those of you who don't know, Platinum Studios is seeking two individuals who might be interested in an internship at their LA headquarters. Hours and days are flexible but it must be on a weekday as the office is not open on weekends. It's an unpaid internship but it is an opportunity to gain some experience and network with other people. More information can be found at the link above.
Meanwhile sign-ups for the DrunkDuck Wizard World Texas Artist Alley is still open but it's now "standing room only." The reserved tables are now at their maximum capacity of four per table so while sign-ups are still welcomed, there's no guaranteed table at this point. However DrunkDuck artists are pretty nice and in the past people have shared tables and traded spaces.
Submitted by joeychips on September 7, 2007 - 17:09
The first ever Silly Daddy animated cartoon is complete.
This entire short movie was done in the Chiappetta studio by Silly Daddy and his built-in team of child laborers working for under minimum wage. See for yourself.
It's the Baltimore ComicCon in Charm City - Baltimore, MD.Â Home of the Harvey Awards Dinner and setting for my favorite canceled/ended detective tv show, Homicide.
The 4th annual Penny Arcade Expo, better known as PAX - more details at pennyarcadeexpo.com
When: Friday through Sunday at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center, downtown Seattle.
Cost: One-day pass, $30; three-day pass, $50.
This weekend is 2Pi-Con, the biggest science fiction, gaming, and lifestyle convention in the Pioneer Valley.
WHEN: This weekend - August 10-12
WHERE: Clarion Sovereign Hotel, West Springfield, MA
This sounds heck-o-fun - I kind of wish I lived close enough to go. Jeph Jacques of Questionable Content is one of the guests of honor and also attending will be Randall Munroe of XKCD and The Ferrett of Home on the Strange. Small crowd, cool guests.
I'm not seeing any press or event entry on this conventions, so I thought I'd drop it in. I know a lot of webcomic folks (including myself) will be attending or exhibiting. Sadly, it's right on the heels of the San Diego Monster-Con, so this little 40,000 attendee get-together tends to fall in the cracks. :)
Submitted by SlackJawedYokel on August 2, 2007 - 18:44
Webcomic PIRATE COVE returned from a successful journey to the San Diego Comic ConÂ this weekend, having SOLD OUT of all 86 copies of the booksÂ we brought to the show with us! A big thank you to everyone who bought a book!
Meanwhile, PIRATE COVE continues to update its Archives at Webcomics Nation. Episodes 17 - 31, encompassing more than a thousand individual strips, are currently available to read at: