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Brad Guigar celebrates 10 years of webcomics

Yesterday, Evil Inc. creator Brad Guigar celebrated 10 years of doing webcomics. His first foray was a strip called Greystone Inn which ran for five-and-a-half years between 2000 and 2005. In addition to his current strip, Evil Inc. he also produces Courting Disaster. He was nominated for an Eisner in 2007 for a comic entitled Phables.

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#1 Mike Rhode
February/15/2010
@ 12:42 pm

I like his work quite a bit. You can usually find him at conventions on the east coast and I buy his newest collections from him then. He’s good about collecting his work in print, which sadly perhaps, is the way I read most webcomics.

#2 Alec Fritz
February/15/2010
@ 1:00 pm

@Mike I wouldn’t apologize, that’s a way for webcartoonists make money.

#3 Eldon Cowgur
February/15/2010
@ 1:39 pm

Hey, congratulations Mr. Guigar. Hope you stick around for another 10.

#4 Ben Paddon
February/15/2010
@ 2:07 pm

Hoorah for Brad!

#5 Scott Kurtz
February/15/2010
@ 2:57 pm

Brad is one of the greats and a person I’m proud to call my brother. Congrats, dude on a decade of fighting for your dreams.

The man can ink a figure. On more than one occasion I’ve run my fingers over a Brad Guigar inked sketch in a book to see if he drew that live or if it was printed.

#6 Dan Taylor
February/15/2010
@ 4:16 pm

Congrats Brad. To say that your contribution to the relatively new world of webcomic is significant would be an understatement. The book by the halfpixel gang is a bible for webcomickers… keep on rocking! :-)

#7 Eddie Pittman
February/16/2010
@ 12:22 am

Congratulations Brad!

#8 Derf Backderf
February/16/2010
@ 9:25 am

Well done, Brad! I think Phables is especially well done.

There was a time when he and I shared a cubicle wall, when we were both drawing locator maps for the Akron Beacon Journal.

#9 Tony Piro
February/16/2010
@ 10:32 am

Congrats to a true scholar and gentleman! Also, here’s a link to Evil Inc in case anyone is interested

http://www.evil-comic.com/

#10 Dan
February/16/2010
@ 11:16 am

Couldn’t have happened (be happening) to a nicer guy. Congratulations, Brad.

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