Cross Hatch Dispatch 3/16/2007

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It’s time for a jam-packed weekend dispatch, filled with web comic recommendations, feel-good and thought-provoking articles, and a few ways to fill your day with comics.

First though, we need to say congratulations to Tom Devlin and “Peg” at Drawn & Quarterly. They just gave birth to baby Dagwood Devlin, or Woody for short. With a name like that, someone should be writing a comic strip about him.

Now, I’ve been meaning to beef up on the webcomics recommendations for the Daily Cross Hatch, but I find that I’m constantly swimming around in so much great stuff that it’s hard to choose. I finally narrowed it down to a few that made me happy this week:

  • Bellen by Brian/Box Brown features Ben and Ellen, a couple of adorable, but batty, nose-chomping philosophers. Our graphic today is from Bellen!
  • Jason Little’s further adventures of Bee (of Shutterbug Follies) continue in Motel Art Improvement Services. There’s just so much there. You might as well not leave the house for the weekend.
  • Dan Goldman’s neon-splashed Kelly is a twisted and hilarious story about a seemingly mild-manner young man. It was so racy it was rejected by Nerve.com.

After going through this week’s comic news, I realized comics are pissing off tons of people, including…

The dispatch would also like to direct you to a couple of neat exhibits:

Happy St. Patty’s day everyone!

-Elizabeth Chou

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