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News Briefs for October 13, 2008

» Comic Book Resources looks at the career of Oliver Harrington.

» Greeting card cartoonist Mike Scovel was named 2008 Cartoonist of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists.

» Frazz creator Jef Mallett is profiled in the San Antonio Express News.

» Berkeley Breathed is scheduled to be at the Charles M. Schulz museum to talk comics, sign his latest book “Pete and Pickles.”

» Tall Tale Features’ Tom Racine talks with Brian Anderson, Francesco Marciuliano and Mike Witmer about the Opus ending announcement.

» John Hart Studios has released two desktop wallpapers featuring the characters of B.C. and The Wizard of Id.

» Michael Jantze’s studio has won three Silver awards for his short animation “Mr. Lux – At Your Service” and one for a promotional short “The Norm Short.”

» Marshall Ramsey gave a motivational talk to a group attending the opening of his exhibit of editorial cartoons at the Mississippi Museum of Art.

» R.J. Matson has an exhibit of work featured at the Susan Calloway Fine Arts in Washington D.C. The exhibit is entitled “Cartoons You Can Believe In and The Cartoons You Deserve.” The exhibit runs from October 17 through 31st.

» Hope College will exhibit Pat Oliphant’s cartoons and sculptures of President Bush. The exhibit opens October 17 and runs through November 22.

The St. Louis Post Dispatch takes a look at comics that don’t freeze their character’s age including For Better or For Worse and Funky Winkerbean

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