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The Crooked Man

The Crooked Man

Webcomics | Corinna Bechko, one of the co-creators of The Crooked Man, says that she and artist Gabriel Hardman are working to turn their Zuda submission into a graphic novel. They placed fifth in the July 2008 Zuda competition. (Thanks David!)

Webcomics | Warren Pleece’s Montague Terrace has started running on the ACTIVATE website. You can also find all the pages at his blog. In other ACTIVATE news, the site also now includes a column by Tim Hall.

Twitter | T Campbell is twittering his thoughts on Crisis on Infinite Earths as he rereads the decades-old crossover series. “Praise, critique, and lots of snark ahead.” [Via The Beat]

e-Devices | The full audio of the South by Southwest interactive panel “Comics on Handhelds: Taking Webcomics Mobile” is now online. The panel features Dan Goldman, Rich Stevens, Douglas Edwards, Molly Crabapple, Dave Bort and Rantz Hoseley “in a let’s-sketch-out-solutions talk for transitioning webcomics to a variety of new petri dishes,” Goldman said.

Webcomics | The Zuda Fan Art blog features exactly what it says it does in its name.

e-Devices | Rumor has it that the new iPhone, announced earlier this week, will have graphic capabilities beyond Sony’s PSP. (Personally I’m digging the new Voice Memo feature it’ll sport). The new iPhone will be available June 19.

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Brigid Alverson

June 12, 2009 at 8:58 am

That’s great news about The Crooked Man. We all loved it when we reviewed it for Digital Strips, and I’m glad to see the story will continue.

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