This blog is certainly growing at a fast clip and in an effort to provide you with the features you requested back in early April, I’ve rethought the layout and content of this blog.ï¿½ I haven’t got rid of any thing (except some advertising) but starting this week, I’ll roll out an events calendar and next Monday will debut the first “In Focus” article – where we take a look at something big happening in the cartooning community.
will feature men and women competing for the title of “Superhero” and to be the star of a new comic book according to the San Jose Mercury News. The show will premiere on the Sci-fi channel on July 26.Those that don’t make it will be ordered to “Turn in your spandex!”
CNW Telbec:Editorial Cartooning – The gold award winner was Bruce MacKinnon, The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, NS, for his Show Of Work. – The other finalists in this category were Michael de Adder, The Daily News, Halifax, NS, for his Show Of Work and Greg Perry, Telegraph- Journal, Saint John, NB, for his Show Of Work.
According to his web site, he is giving away an original framed painting of his characters to one lucky individual who either emails the editor of their newspaper asking them to subscribe to Dog Eat Doug (if the paper doesn’t carry it) or thank the editor for running the feature (if the paper already susbscribes)…. The winner will be randomly selected at the end of this month and announced on his web site.You can see the artwork that will be given away on his web site.
The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists has posted the schedule and agenda of their annual conference that will be held this June 7-10 in Denver. The Danish cartoon will dominate two sessions and will also include two national figures: U.S. Sen. Gary Hart (D-Col., 1974-86) and National Public Radio’s Scott Simon.Visit the AAEC for more details.Hat tip to E&P for pointing out the schedule.
With less than 2 weeks before the public release of Michael Fry and T…. From the New York Times, comes an article that will step you though the history of how RJ made it to the Silver Screen and the challenges that had to be overcome to get the movie to the public.