News Briefs for June 12, 2008

» Jeff Stahler has a new collection of his comic panel Moderately Confused out in book form. It’s entitled “21st Century Confusion: A Moderately Confused Collection” and can be had at or your nearest bookstore.

» Todd Clark also has a new book collection for his comic Lola. Check it out on Amazon.

» Arizona cartoonist Sean Hoy will be in Scottsdale for a couple of book signings to promote his book ” Out of the Cup” (coffee related cartoons). Naturally, the signings are at area coffee shops. See his website for more information.

» What the Duck creator Aaron Johnson is celebrating the upcoming 500th WTD strip. Fans can download a Go Duck Yourself cartoon then modify, color, accessorize it and send it back in. Best ones are featured on the site and get a WTD t-shirt.

» Rome News-Tribune editorial cartoonist Mike Lester was on Georgia Public Broadcasting yesterday and this morning.

» Editorial cartoonist Andrew Wahl was honored with 3rd place in the SPJ’s Excellence in Journalism Region 10. First and second place went to David Horsey of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Jack Ohman of The Oregonian.

» Hawaiian webcomickers Audra Furuichi and Scott Yoshinaga, who draw nemu nemu, will be part of The Teen Summer reading program presenting a the basics of webcartooning.

» Vlad Kolarov, who draws illustrations and cartoons for greeting cards, advertising, newspapers, etc. has launched a new web site to sell his single panel cartoons.

» Abell Smith, one of the cartoonists featured in Ted Rall’s “Attitude 3: The New Subversive Online Cartoonists” has posted his first animation.

» Mr. Media interviewed Cafe Con Leche creator Charlos Gary. During the live stream-cast Chris Browne who does the Hagar the Horrible calls in. A BlogTalkRadio player is below if you want to listen to the full program.

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One thought on “News Briefs for June 12, 2008

  1. Am I the only one who thinks it would’ve been a hoot if Jeff had persuaded the Bad Cartoonist to write the introduction to his new collection?

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