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News Briefs for March 10, 2008

» A 1903 Jungle Imps original Sunday was sold for $33,900 last week
. Jungle Imps was a strip created by Winsor McCay of Little Nemo in Slumberland fame which ran from 1905 to 1914.

» Charles Brubaker has posted an email interview that he conducted with Chuck Asay.

» Pooche Cafe creator Paul Gilligan was featured on last week’s Comics Coast to Coast.

» Brian Anderson has a new Dog Eat Doug book coming out in September. You can pre-order it on Amazon.

Community Comments

#1 brian
@ 3:15 pm

Paul’s interview is great. As usual the guys at CCTC did an awesome job. Picture 60 minutes with Steve Martin and Martin Short.

And thanks for the plug. The DeD picture book will be released at the same time.

#2 Garey Mckee
@ 6:16 pm

I wish I had 34k to bid on original Winsor McCay art. If a Jungle Imps panel can auction for that amount, what would an original Nemo panel auction for? I think I had stated here on TDC before that while I love Little Nemo, it’s McCay’s lesser known panels that I find quite interesting and they are usually more bizzare and surreal than Nemo (if you can believe that).

#3 Garey Mckee
@ 6:19 pm

OOps that should be bizarre. As in, my spelling of the word bizarre is quite bizarre.

#4 Charles Brubaker
@ 6:20 pm

Thanks for the plug, Alan.

Asay was a great guy to interview. Hopefully I can interview more cartoonists.

#5 Rich Diesslin
@ 7:26 pm

Nice interview! Asay seems very approachable and in addition, I like his positions on most issues! ;)

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