News Briefs for October 23, 2008

» La Prensa, an Ohio latino publication, writes about Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos efforts to use their comic strip Baldo to education and fight against hispanic stereotypes.

» I’ve mentioned before that Richard Thompson is drawing the cover for the November Nickelodeon magazine. He’s posted a preview. The magazine hits the stands October 21.

» Dennis the Menace cartoonist Marcus Hamiliton was recently in his hometown of Lexington, NC to speak to a local Presbyterian church about his work and career. The Dispatch has an excellent write up.

» By the time you’re reading this, the auctions have been closed for some early For Better or For Worse (and pre-FBOFW) books that are being sold on Ebay. But it’s not too late to pick up some Dog Eat Doug originals.

» Paul Gilligan continues to work on the treatment for an animated Pooche Cafe film.

» Frank Cho, of Liberty Meadows fame, is interviewed by Comic Book Resources for his continued work on Jungle Girl.

» Earlier this month, The Comics Riff blog announced a poem writing contest for fans of Richard Thompson’s Cul de Sac. The winners have been announced.

One thought on “News Briefs for October 23, 2008

  1. Richard’s piece for Nickelodeon is INSIDE the magazine – it’s the cover to the comic section inside. So don’t look for that cover on the newstand – just buy the November issue.

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