Where to start, where to start?
- Latin Heartthrob Aaron Diaz has an art-technique blog now. I’m no kind of artist, but I’m fascinated by what he’s had to say.
- Final tally on the Web-Comics Auction for the Gulf: $3867, if my math is correct (and rounding off those pesky cents). Well done, all the bidders; thanks for your generosity, contributing artists; and big super-special thanks to Carly Monardo for organizing the whole damn thing.
- Final updates have been made to the SDCC Webcomics Find-O-Tron; anybody that didn’t get in updates, you’re on your own.
- Then there’s this: yesterday’s My Cage (link may go away in future; permanent capture here), a newspaper strip, threw out some love to a few webcomics stalwarts. I’m sure that the majority of those that read it in the paper were confused, but for those that decided to do some digging — welcome. Thanks to My Cage creators Ed Power and Melissa DeJesus, and to Phil Foglio for tipping us off.
- Finally, the rumors were (as widely whispered last week) true: Axe Cop and Dr McNinja are teaming up, with Chris Hastings drawing three pages to run at Axe Cop next week, and Ethan Nicolle drawing three more running at Dr McNinja the week after. Even better — the story is a true collaboration between Hastings, and Malachai Nicolle, age 6, and possessor of the wildest comics imagination this side of the DC in Silver Age. This is likely the greatest crossover ever.