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April 7000 BC Meeting

Saturday, April 14 | 1:00| Santa Fe Southside Library | Santa Fe, NM

The April 7000 BC meeting will be held Saturday, April 14 in the Community Room at Santa Fe Southside Library at 1:00 — note that this is a different library branch than the one we usually meet at, this is the one off Jaguar at the southern end of town. The community room is off the Children’s Room.

New members are always welcome. Send an email with any questions, or check out the Membership page.

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7000 BC at GalaxyFest 2012

GalaxyFest 2012 | February 24–26 | 3:00-8:00; 10:00–6:00; 10:00–6:00 | Antlers Hilton | Colorado Springs, Colorado

7000 BC‘s convention season continues with our first appearance at GalaxyFest, Colorado Springs’ premier media and literacy convention. We’ll be on hand with books from the group, including our new Jams collections.

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7000 BC at Albuquerque Comic Con This Weekend

Albuquerque Comic Con 2012 | January 13–15 | Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque | Albuquerque, NM

7000 BC is pleased to return to the Albuquerque Comic Con, at its new location at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque. Buy your tickets and find us in Artist Alley with the latest from the group — including some brand-new releases from the group, and our just-printed Jams anthologies!

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Fogelson Library’s First Annual Symposium on the State of Contemporary Comics

Fogelson Library’s First Annual Symposium on the State of Contemporary Comics | Thursday, October 27 | 7:00–9:00 |The Forum at Santa Fe University of Art and Design | Santa Fe, NM

Comic books have come a long way — come join the discussion with New Mexico artist and writer Andy Kuhn and 7000 BC members Courtney Angermeier, Jeff Benham, and Bram Meehan.

Free and open to the public, at the Forum at Fogelson Library on the Santa Fe University of Art and Design campus.

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Number 14 — A 7000 BC Jam

Been a while since we’ve had a 7000 BC jam posted, isn’t it? Click the image to enlarge September’s jam comic by Jeff, Aliina, Jackson, Courtney, Larry, and Avi.

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24 Hour Comics Day Is Over In Albuquerque

All done in Albuquerque — another great 24 Hours Comic Day in New Mexico has successfully concluded.

 
 
 

Thanks to the 7000 BC members who worked so hard to put this all together; Media Arts Collaborative Charter School for hosting; Winning Coffee Company and Downtown Java Joe’s for their food donations; Astro-Zombies, Comic Warehouse, and the new Kaboom Test Labs for their prize donations. And, of course, to all the participants who made this such an amazing time.

 
 
 

Chuck was liveblogging the day; check out hour-by-hour updates and photos at:

  • HOUR ONE: And So It Begins…
  • HOUR TWO: The Wheels are Turning…
  • HOUR THREE: The Fun Continues…
  • HOUR FOUR: Moving Right Along…
  • HOUR FIVE: Raffle Winners!
  • HOUR SIX: They Say a Picture is Worth 1000 Words…
  • HOUR SEVEN: And a Few Thousand More
  • HOUR EIGHT: PIZZA!!!
  • HOUR NINE: Some Words of Thanks!
  • HOUR TEN: Still Cookin’
  • HOUR ELEVEN: Still More Raffle Winners!
  • HOUR TWELVE: We’re Halfway There!
  • HOUR THIRTEEN: And They Say the Arts are Dying in America?
  • HOUR FOURTEEN: The Kids!
  • HOUR FIFTEEN: Getting Closer…
  • HOUR SIXTEEN: We’re Still Here…
  • HOUR SEVENTEEN through NINETEEN: Z-Z-Z-z-z-z…
  • HOUR TWENTY: Almost at the Home Stretch
  • HOUR TWENTY-ONE and TWO: The Final Raffle!
  • HOUR TWENTY-THREE: The Finish Line
  • HOUR TWENTY-FOUR: It’s All Over, Even the Shouting…
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  • Liveblogging 24 Hour Comics Day in Albuquerque



    Once again, Chuck will be blogging Albuquerque’s 24 Hour Comics Day. Follow New Mexico’s only event at 24 Hours From Q-Town and 7000 BC: 2011 Edition

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    string #23

    Now available for download — the latest issue of string, the regular anthology of comics from 7000 BC.

    Download a PDF of string #23 and stop back by to check out future.

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    24 Hour Comics Day 2011 in Albuquerque

    24 Hour Comics Day | Saturday, October 1–Sunday, October 2 | noon–noon | Media Arts Collaborative Charter School | 4401 Central Ave. N.E., Bldg. #2 | Albuquerque, NM

    Accept the challenge — be a part of 24 Hour Comics Day 2011. Join 7000 BC and make a 24-page comic book pages in 24 consecutive hours. No experience or special skills needed — this free creative exercise is open to everyone.

    Test your stamina and learn you what you’re capable of, along with thousands of artists of all skill levels from around the globe. Albuquerque has consistently been one of the largest gatherings in the world for this international event. See photos from past years here and here.

    This year’s location is Media Arts Collaborative Charter School (MACCS) in Albuquerque, at 4401 Central Ave. N.E. If you plan on participating, please send an email so we can get a count of participants.

    This event is open to all ages (with guardian’s permission for minors). Bring your papers and pens and join us at New Mexico’s only 24 Hour Comics Day location in 2011!

    Update: thanks to our sponsors …

  • Media Arts Collaborative Charter School
  • Downtown Java Joe’s
  • Winning Coffee Company
  • Comic Warehouse
  • Astro-Zombies
    and to ComicsPro for puttting it all together.

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  • 7000 BC at Bubonicon 43


    Bubonicon 43 | Friday, August 26-Sunday, August 28 | The Sheraton Albuquerque Airport| Albuquerque, NM

    7000 BC returns to Albuquerque’s annual science fiction and fantasy convention Bubonicon. We’ll be back in the dealers room with a table full of comics from the group.

    Jeff will present a history and appreciation of Monsters in Comics on Saturday at 1:00 and our friends Robert and Amanda will discuss what goes into inventing a language Friday at 7:00, both in the Rio Grande Room. Full programming information is here.

    We’ll also continue our tradition of creating a drawing of 43 rats — live, in front of your eyes — to be raffled off on Sunday night, with the winner to be drawn as the final rat; tickets available at the table.

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