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Eat turkey. Forget about all your woes. You’re getting sleeepy…

  • Jiffy Burke offers 10 tips for webcomic creators over on Sequential Tart.
  • ROK Comics is being run as a ‘scaled down service’ until further notice. This means there are no employed staff to deal with problems should they arise. ROK isn’t finished yet though, not by a long shot; however, it sounds like they have done what is prudent for now. Best of luck!
  • The San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum is looking for volunteers for events on 12/4, 12/6, and 12/ 16. For more information check out their website.
  • The National Post has a piece about webcomics. I will withhold commenting on the title of the article.
  • Check out RackaFracka by Fritz! Published five days a week plus he has a large archive.
  • Palace in the Sky Webcomic News has an interview with Rachel Keslensky of Last Resort!
  • The Webcomic Overlook has a post entitled ‘Neal Stephenson vs. xkcd’ which is an interesting read.
  • Xerexes interviews Hans Tseng, creator of Directions of Destiny on ComixTalk.
  • The Floating Lightbulb has a rather sad post about a Drunk Duck poser. This isn’t the first that I’ve heard of a story like this either. If true, I wonder what Sean’s motivation for doing something like that is?
  • Comic Fencing picks on Amazing Superteam for a round of sword play.
Reported by Michael Moss.

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