I’ve known that the New York Times Magazine had been publishing work from graphic novelists in their Funny Pages section for awhile, but I hadn’t really checked it out until now. They are all available online as individual PDF downloads, and offer work from JASON, Megan Kelso, Seth and Daniel Clowes (whose work is seen above). I found the entire Mr. Wonderful piece by Clowes compiled into one single PDF download via BrumBrum.com. I can’t wait to dig into all of these.
Now that I’ve had time to breathe between projects at work a bit, I’ve toying with the idea of making a Sunday only webcomic, on top of another weekly webcomic. Both would be unrelated. The weekly webcomic would be built with sprites I design. The idea would be that since my schedule is so busy, re-using art and changing dialogue three times a week could make a web strip manageable for me. The Sunday webcomic would be longform and more literary in nature. This combination would be ideal with my thoughts on doing a creator book, like Clowes’ Eightball or any of those alternative books I grew up with where the cartoonist had several stories going per issue. Just thinking out loud… this is a culmination of thoughts that have accumulated in my head recently after seeing my Webcomics Nation page (I’m getting quite a bit of work up there!) and the NYT Magazine Funny Pages.
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