22.Oct.2011 Hey Kids, Comix, by John Martz!
Living not far from the big O, this made me laugh.
18.Oct.2011 Hey Kids, Comics!
I’ve been a fan of Simon Roy’s since reading Jan’s Atomic Heart. His stuff is always amazing, I was really proud to include his short story ‘GOOD BUSINESS’ in the 2011 SEQUENTIAL PULP . Saw this via Jason Copland, Simon has teemed up with Brandon Graham to revive, wait for it - Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios title Prophet. I know what you might be thinking, but check out this 7 page preview on comicsalliance.com!
There be comic jams.
Been too long since I went to one.
If you’re in Montreal you can catch the next’s date from this page, tends to be in the last week of the month.
In Vancouver the next one is the coming 15th:
Saturday, October 15 · 8:00pm
Wallflower, 2404 Main Street
WHO CAN COME?: Anyone who is of legal drinking age is invited.
HOW MUCH?: A $5 minimum purchase per person required by The Wallflower. [Full menu and Bar]. Don’t forget to tip your waiter or waitress well!
Bring your own pencils/pens. Paper is provided. If you’re drawing with markers that bleed through paper, be sure to either bring a drawing surface or place extra sheets of paper under the paper you’re drawing on.
Check out her daily journal comic too!
With the end of the Xeric‘ this summer, I feel bad to have been slack in posting notices of fundraisers. Totally missed the boat on posting about Madeline Richards’ indiegogo fundraiser for her new book Grace. Sorry about that. Good thing about that site is you do get to use what you raise, it’s not all or nothing as i recall.
27.Sep.2011 Mortimer the Slug
Mortimer the Slug is distressed that Mortimer the Snail has entered the scene and stolen away the affections of Mortimer’s friends Dave the Dust Particle (pictured) and Henrietta Hair. He attempts to come to terms with this new reality in the updated-every-weekday adventures at
21.Sep.2011 Fall blogging comics.
Hello, I’m late!
Sorry to anyone who’s event I missed posting about, generally it’s best to write us at our site address from the side bar rather than me personally. It’s sequential at spiltink dot org - That way when one of us is off someone will be around to get it. I’ve seen a lot of comics this summer. I attended FanExpo, it was big! I stayed at my table mostly and tried to work it as best as a tired under slept person could. Did ok after the first two days but by the end – that was one long con. Then back home, fighting of the usual con flue, and getting back in the saddle working on Dream Life. Been bookmarking stuff to post, here’s a batch.
A passing thought, I read this, thinking that to some extent, maybe this is one solution to the “A book in the window” issue. I’m looking forward to hearing this. And thanks to everyone who submitted for the fall issue of carte blanche. Got a bunch last minute submissions, a few look very promising!
Also the too brilliant Sherwin Sullivan Tjia has a new book on the way. A choose your own adventure, where you get to be a Cat!
That looks kind of amazing! Sherwin is launching it in Toronto, @ the You Are a Cat! ♥ Toronto Booklaunch.
Dakota has been doing his Dailies in Colour!
I’ve started posting Dream life in Black and Wight, sort of.
And to wrap up this post, let me bring your attention to the fact that Doug Savage has followed up his 2010 strip Chewbacca, with The New Chewbacca.