Jill Thompson

We hit Challenger Comics on Western Ave. to meet Jill Thompson. She was signing books and doing scetches to benefit PETA.
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Indy bands and self-published comics

The interesting thing about being in two different publishing worlds – comics and mysteries – is the times when one world’s opinions don’t exactly translate to the other. That’s the case with self-publishing. In the mystery field, quite understandably, self-publishing is not well thought of. There’s a lot of reasons for this: You can’t get the books into bookstores, there’s a perception (many times justified) that they lack quality and at the end of the day sale numbers are very low. But the main reason Read More +
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New, free COTR page

New page up for Children of the Revolution. Now, if my allergies will let me get some sleep … My second story, Something to build upon, continues M-W-F right here.
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Buy comic book day

It’s free comic book day today. Walk into just about any comic book store and you can come away with a bag of samplers. I have nothing printed up – all my free stuff you can find links to on the left side of it page. It’s kind of like free comic book day everyday on the web. The first story I ever did, Lost Child, is rerunning and just about wrapping up. The second story, Something to build upon, is back on the web Read More +
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Teaching art at Schaumburg Library tonight

Teen writing and drawing group Monday, March 23, 2008 (every fourth Monday) 6:30-7:30 pm, on writing by Josh Elder 7:30-8:30 pm, on drawing by Tim Broderick Central branch of the Schaumburg Library, 130 S. Roselle Rd., Schaumburg, IL For more information, call (630) 372-7800
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Future of comics

A few weeks ago, while linking to a bunch of stuff on other sites, Xavier over at Comixtalk.com jokingly asked for someone to do an essay on the future of comics for his site. So I did.
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