Monthly Archives: October 2011

Michael Jantze: And the land of Norm

Michael Jantze is an absolute amazing comic strip writer. You may know him from his comic “The Norm” and what a great and beautifully drawn piece of art. Michael now teaches as a professor at SCAD (SavannahCollegeof art and Design), … Continue reading

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Dan Thompson: And the adventures of Rip Haywire

Dan Thompson is the creator of the absolute amazing adventure comic “Rip Haywire”. Dan started his career for FunnyBone Interactive doing character design and animation, and moving on to gag cartoons and freelance illustration. With a clients list that includes … Continue reading

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Mark Parisi: Off the Mark

Mark Parisi has described himself as having two marketable skills, cartooning and grocery bagging. And having taken the path of the cartoonist, he’s been making people laugh for almost 25 years with his comics. Mark is the man behind the … Continue reading

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Cayetano Garza Jr: and the Infinite Canvas

Cayetano Garza Jr. is a graphic designer, cartoonist, musician, painter, and pioneer. He started making webcomics in 1996 to avoid sending out expensive submission packets to comic publishers and started “magicinkwell.com” in 1998 so he could publish his work exclusively … Continue reading

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