24 Hour Comics Day New Mexico Wrap-Up

24 Hour Comics Day was a big success at both Harwood Art Center in Albuquerque and at Warehouse 21 with the assistance of True Believers in Santa Fe. We had 24 “official” participants in Santa Fe (28, including folks who were working on other projects), 13 of whom finished 24 pages before the end, and 24 participants in Albuquerque (plus one blogger) with 8 completions.

There was plenty of liveblogging from the events; Santa Fe posts are at the official 24 hour comics blog:

Hour-by-hour posts from Albuquerque (Q-Town) are at 24hcd.blogspot.com as well — but they also had their own dedicated blog at 24 Hours in Q-Town.

24 Hour Comics Day is a completely volunteer-run event, so we truly appreciate the donations from Walter Burke Catering, Java Joe’s, Upper Crust Pizza, La Montanita Co-Op, and BAWLS, the official energy drink of 24 Hour Comics Day.

And thanks to the Santa Fe New Mexican for their article on the Santa Fe event, which printed while it was still going on.

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  1. Doctor Popular October 23rd, 2008 11:28 pm

    24 artists with 13 completions? Holy crap, those are both impressive numbers. Way to go!

  2. Bram October 24th, 2008 12:10 pm

    Thanks. Though, to be completely honest, not all of those 13 completions were strictly by the Official 24 Hour Comics Day Rules. But still.

    We’re just really happy with the total turnout and the high number who stuck it out to the end.

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