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News Briefs for June 11, 2009

Comic Strips

» Mallard Fillmore creator Bruce Tinsley will be on “The O’Reilly Factor” tomorrow night at 8:00 pm (EST) to discuss the 15th anniversary of his strip.

» Cory Pandolph launches his fourth comic feature Monday. Promo video (of sorts) on youTube.

Interviews

» Scott Nickel continues his series of interviews. The latest round include Peter Bagge and Pab Sungenis (The New Adventures of Queen Victoria?)

Museums

» Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art is hosting a multimedia comics extravaganza on June 18. The evening features a “dazzling cartoon slide shows featuring work from the critically-acclaimed comics anthology TYPHON Volume One.” Artists schedule to appear include: Gregory Benton, Rupert Bottenberg, Victor “Bald Eagles” Cayro, Nick Gazin Hawk Krall, Hugo, Pshaw, Hans Rickheit, Hellman and Sikoryak.

Webcomics

» Fans of “Operation: For the Love of Russia” can now purchase a 52 page full color “trade-paper back style” book for $10. Upgrade it for $15 and get a sketch by Eben07 comic artist D. Bethel and autographed by both creators.

Community Comments

#1 J Read
June/11/2009
@ 3:08 pm

Cory, just what in the world are you trying to prove?! That a cartoonist can work 23 hours a day? Every other cartoonist going (except maybe Randy Glasbergen) is going to hate you!

#2 Corey Pandolph
June/11/2009
@ 3:18 pm

They already hate me, man. Just trying to get myself out there and make a buck.

I dunno, sell a T-shirt or two.

HA! Oh God.

#3 J Read
June/11/2009
@ 3:38 pm

Seriously, how many hours per week are sitting at your drawing table? When will you have time to comment on the web versus print threads here? Or more importantly, when will you have time to make music and drink beer?!

#4 J Read
June/11/2009
@ 3:41 pm

As long as you can still keep giving us “The Elderberries,” there won’t be any trouble from this fan.

#5 Garey Mckee
June/11/2009
@ 4:46 pm

More Toby!

#6 Phil Tography
June/11/2009
@ 8:29 pm

thanks for the tip about Bruce being on The Factor. 15 years for a conservator-political cartoon, whats that in liberal years ?

#7 Phil Tography
June/11/2009
@ 8:31 pm

I meant to say conservative-political cartoon, brain freeze

#8 Lawrence Rozner
June/11/2009
@ 8:56 pm

It’s probably not the wisest decision to go on the O’Reilly Factor at this point. After all, it seems like Glenn Beck is knipping at O’Reilly’s heels ratings-wise.

#9 Nate Fakes
June/12/2009
@ 6:56 am

I’m currently working on my 25th daily comic strip (not really – but it sounds pretty incredible).

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