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Drawn from sources that are sure that there is no bottom…

  • Ryan Estrada applies for his dream job as Caretaker of the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef. Best of luck Ryan!
  • Applegeeks reaches 500 episodes. Congratulations Hawk and Ananth!
  • Todd & Penguin are back.
  • Karen Ellis faces a disastrous fire. For the latest go read her blog. Right now she needs the Mac version of Photoshop.
  • Palace in the Sky Webcomic News has an interview with Jamie Jennings of Emerald Winter.
  • Creator Interview with Greg Kinman at Zuda Fan.
  • The Christian Science Monitor asks, are your comic books really at risk?
  • Strip News details some cool stuff in happening in webcomics.
  • The Weekly Webcomic Wrapup is still looking for that special someone.
  • The Webcomic Overlook takes a gander at Anders Loves Maria.
  • Shepard, Lessig and Steven Johnson in NYC Feb. 26th – Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy.
  • WonderCon is coming!
  • Crappy economy and Diamond de-listing hit Viz hard, company announces restructuring. Good luck!
  • The Harvey Award nominations are open.
  • Digital_Femme has a post entitled Black Women in Comics: Part 1.
  • News-a-rama has an interview with Stuart and Kathryn Immonen.
  • Quitting Time will now publish on Monday and Wednesday. That’s right! Twice as much wacky retail antics as before!
  • The ComicSpace T-shirt Store Beta is open for business.
  • Video of the webcomics panel at Katsucaon 15.
Reported by Michael Moss.

One Response to “Webcomic Wire – 2/27/09”


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