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National Cartoonist Society Foundation issues first edition magazine

The National Cartoonists Society Foundation has issued the first of what may become many issues of The National Cartoonist. The new magazine which is intended primarily as a digital magazine, will celebrate “the best in cartooning, past and present, with extensive interviews, in-depth features and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the world of cartooning and comics, as well as beautiful reproductions of rare and, in many cases, previously unseen original art from some of our greatest luminaries!” The first issue is a printed souvenir edition being handed out at San Diego Comic-Con (booth #1307).

For the rest of us non-SDCC-attendees, you can read the magazine online.

Community Comments

#1 Crowden Satz
July/22/2014
@ 9:31 am

Way to interrupt my workflow! Displays beautifully on my Cintiq. There goes my productivity for the next hour …

#2 Jeff Payden
July/22/2014
@ 10:13 am

Haven’t even read it, but I love it already. Great idea!

#3 Dave Stephens
July/27/2014
@ 12:28 am

There’s a sort of an “easter egg” in there – Watterson drew Batman piloting a spaceship on one of his “Second Grader” drew Pastis’s strip – it is VERY tiny, but look for it – it’s worth it!

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