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Our pals at San Francisco’s ISOTOPE Comic Lounge whipped up this flyer for our annual post-APE jam (including probably the most wholesome-looking photo of Brett I’ve ever seen):

more shameless self-promotion!

Oh by the way, my interview with PWCW‘s Laura Hudson is up on her blog Myriad Issues. We talk about a few issues related to digital comics distribution, including my attempt to construct a theoretical division of media experiences into “ephemeral” and “permanent” — something that isn’t entirely fleshed out yet, but I’m getting closer to figuring out what I’m trying to say.

This is the section that seems to be hooking people the most:

If you treat your comics as newspapers from a fictional universe, there’s no reason to read them twice.

THIS SATURDAY: 24-Hour Comics Drawpocalypse

Gonna be in Portland this weekend?

Kick off Official Comics Month in style, watching 20 of Portland’s best tackle the ultimate sequential-art challenge: the 24-Hour Comic Book.

Check out the SWEET commercial we produced, starring David Chelsea and produced by local pro Bob Bates.

I’ll be there the whole time (from Saturday to Sunday), snapping photos and liveblogging away!

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Leigh Walton talks comics and maybe other arts. (RSS)
He also works for the very excellent publisher Top Shelf Productions (which does not necessarily endorse the views and opinions, etc, herein).


Header by me. Contains an interpolation of the final panel from All-Star Superman #1 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. Speaking of which.