Archive for the "Grassroots comics love" Category

28.Aug.2010 International Read Comics in Public Day 2010

Today—August 28, 2010—is the first ever International Read Comics in Public Day. Coinciding with the birthday of legendary comics artist Jack “The King” Kirby, the event was created by Brian Heater and Sarah Morean of The Daily Cross Hatch and encourages people to make themselves visible to the general populace while enjoying some sequential storytelling. […]

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05.May.2010 “Lost” Comics!

Much as I enjoy speculating about the numerous mysteries of “Lost,” I haven’t blogged much about the show’s actual episodes since they talked about Ewoks last season. I’ll leave the heavy “Lost” commentary to people getting paid to write it, but that won’t keep me from highlighting my favorite thing the final season has led […]

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20.Apr.2010 All Day Pizza Buffet: A Post-It for Dirk

After blogging yesterday’s Post-It doodles, I received a friendly prompt from Dark Horse super fan and knowledgeable comics aficionado Dirk Bauman reminding me that I owe him a doodle. I set blue Uniball pen to flimsy yellow paper and here’s what I came up with. It’s heavily inspired by this blog post from Dirk’s Comic […]

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06.Apr.2010 Hodgepodgin’

This post is all about some odds and ends I’ve been meaning to blog. It starts off very Jim Gibbons-centric and moves on from there. As to these first links, let’s just say I’m keeping a record of online references to myself in order to one day show my grandkids how “cool” I was as […]

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22.Oct.2009 My fan art gets a little love

Well how about that! Though I sent it over to them months ago, the tumbleblog for the upcoming Cartoon Network show “Adventure Time” has just started posting fan art left and right and finally got around to posting mine!

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20.Oct.2009 Getting down to busy-ness

Ladies, gentlemen and martian invaders! Greetings! The past few days have been pretty darned busy but I’m back with some blogginess, so dig in!

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07.Oct.2009 More EoP Fan Art!

Back in July, Post-It Note artist extraordinaire Larry Joe Mitchell became the first person ever to draw a piece of Enemy of Peanuts fan art. I missed meeting up with Mr. Mitchell at Chicago Comic Con to receive the Post-It, but I think that turned out for the best. You see, if I had met […]

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25.Sep.2009 Straight up pluggin’ it: “Special Edition” #1

Now, I don’t normally sit in my ivory tower of blogginess and insist you purchase things on my recommendation (aside from all these AMAZING T-SHIRTS!!!), but I must insist you grab a copy of Special Edition #1.

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24.Sep.2009 Taking the PoP! Quiz

Way back at Chicago Comic-Con, the good fellows from Panels On Page asked me to step in front of the camera and complete their PoP! Quiz. Hosted by mic master Jason Kerouac, I fielded a series of semi-ridiculous questions about comics and the convention while attempting to be professional and hilarious in my haggard state […]

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14.Sep.2009 Jim’s awesome A-Z poster

On Friday, I got a fantastic package in the mail. I received my “Neill’s A-Z of Awesomeness” poster—ordered from www.NeillCameron.com! And, living up to it’s name, it was/is awesome!

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