Aug 03, 2009
Categories: The Cross Hatch Dispatch
[Above, Rufus Dayglo roughs up Tank Girl. Below, shell-shocked Dispatch.]
- Lucy Knisley is back from Paris and getting interviewed on Newsarama.
- Smoke Signal! It’s a new free comics newspaper from Desert Island, and it’s hot off the press. Why don’t you watch a video about it.
- Do you like cartoonists and vegetarians? Minty Lewis is both, and she was recently interviewed by Veganasaurus.
- Still suffering from Comic-Con withdrawal? The Cross Hatch’s own Brian Heater has released some final celebrity sound bites (Leonard Nimoy’s voice among them) over at PCMag.
- As if that weren’t enough, San Diego’s NPR affiliate KPBS Radio broadcast 33 minutes of Comic-Con audio coverage, now available free online. The segment includes an interview with Miguel Cima of Dig Comics.
- Webcomix collective ACT-I-Vate has recently announced their upcoming anthology, The Act-I-Vate Primer which features work by Roger Langridge, Mike Dawson, Nick Bertozzi, and many others.
- MEGA NEWS FLASH: The cover image for first-ever Pictures for Sad Children anthology has been revealed.
- Are you aware that iGoogle now features a plethora of comics-related themes? They’ve got everything from the syndicates to the superheroes to the downright indie.
- Rufus Dayglo, the new artist of Tank Girl, will be sketching and signing at The Beguiling in Toronto this Friday, from 6:00 to 8:00.
- Amy Reeder Hadley of Madame Xanadu has a signing on Saturday, at 3:00, at the Tattered Cover Bookstore in Denver.