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Drawn from sources that love The Muppets…

  • The Guest Strip Project is in dire need of strips, so if you haven’t done one please go on over and get involved.
  • The economy claims another victim, this times it’s Young American Comics. Their final news letter announced their going-out-of-business sale.  Sad to see you guys go!
  • The Webcomic Junkie has a part 1 of a series of posts about made up webcomic terminology.
  • James Sime from Isotope Comics in San Francsico and other shop owners talk to CBR about the effect of webcomics on traditional comic sales.
  • This Week in Webcomics has the first have of an interview with Calamities of Nature creator Tony Piro.
  • The Independent of Southwestern Minnesota has a piece about Jamie Haram, creator of Picatrix.
  • Xerexes is looking for some new and cool webcomics to read.
  • The Montreal Mirror has an interview with Karl Kerschl, creator of The Abominable Charles Christopher.
  • Webcomics have made it back onto Instructables.
  • Adam Susskind has a webcomic tutorial in PDF form.
Reported by Michael Moss.

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