The Cross Hatch Dispatch 5.10.10

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[Above, Kevin Colden gets ready to rule the night. Below, evening at the Dispatch.]
  • The new humor anthology The Devastator has a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle-related video. Townsend Coleman, the original voice of Michelangelo, reads aloud a piece from the publication.
  • Jonathan Rosenberg has announced the end of his long-running (nine years!) webcomic, Goats. Webcartoonists everywhere should share a moment of silence in respect for Rosenberg’s feat.
  • After almost a year long hiatus, Eisner nominated artist Kevin Colden’s I RULE THE NIGHT has returned to the Zuda Comics line up—for mature readers only.
  • Hope Larson would like you to add your voice to a poll about comics reading habits that is currently running on her blog.
  • Cartoonist Evan Dorkin will be the keynote speaker at the Center for Cartoon Studies’ 2010 commencement.
  • Speaking of CCS, founder James Sturm has made some words and pictures about his recent decision to quit the internet.
  • Can Roy Lichtenstein’s estate claim copyright over the images that Lichtenstein himself appropriated?
  • Spring is here, and this coming weekend is Spring Con! The event will take place on the State Fair grounds in St Paul, Minnesota.

-Athena Currier

One Comment to “The Cross Hatch Dispatch 5.10.10”

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