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BIG FUNNY reviewed at Newsarama

BIG FUNNY has been reviewed on Newsarama… go read it here.

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BIG FUNNY: Poopsheet & Pre-order

BIG FUNNY’s first review is online at Poopsheet Foundation! Click logo to read it:

Can’t make it to the gallery opening at Altered Esthetics on August 7th but want to grab a copy of BIG FUNNY? You can now pre-order a copy (limit one per customer at this point) on the BIG FUNNY website.

Just click here and then scroll down until you see the purchase button:

If you don’t have a paypal account, you can use a credit card.

The massive, 48 page BIG FUNNY newspaper is $5. If you’re pre-ordering one we tack on $5.95 for shipping & handling. Pre-ordered copies will ship out August 7th, 2009.

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BIG FUNNY Press Release

Here is the BIG FUNNY press release. Please do spread the word.

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Peoplings in Albuquerque Arts

In this week’s digital edition of Albuquerque Arts, there’s an article about Peoplings and an interview with 7000 BC members Courtney and Jeff about the project.

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Some Twin Cites Cartoonists on KFAI’s Wave Project

Zander Cannon, Kevin Cannon, Danno Klonowski and myself (Steven Stwalley) were interviewed by Britt Aamodt this evening (December 14th) on KFAI’s Wave Project about cartooning. The show will be online for the next two weeks. You can hear the interview here.

Note: The broadcast mp3 begins with the Somali Oromo radio show that preceded it… it starts at 1:38 in the file.


More Comics In City Pages Comix Issue Online

Above: A teeny view of Zander Cannon‘s contribution to the Comix Issue.

Due to some confusion at City Pages, a number of excellent entries to the previously mentioned City Pages Comix issue did not make it into the print and, initially, the online edition. Some have now been added to the online edition… go check them out!

“Five Blind Elephants” by Zander Cannon
“Republican Party Loyalists” by Andy Singer
“The Republicans are Coming… To Get you!” by Spanky Cermak
“When the Elephants Come to Town” by King Drowns

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Second Annual City Pages Comix Issue Out TODAY: When the Elephants Come to Town

Above: Tim Sievert‘s contribution to the Comix Issue.

The second annual City Pages Comix Issue that many Conspirators contributed to is out today! The theme was “When the Elephants Come to Town,” which is a reference to the Republican National Convention in St. Paul this year. Many items that did not fit in the issue were included online. The print issue will be all over the Twin Cities for the next week.

Among many other things, Kevin Cannon has contributed another one of his enormous, chicken-fat-filled cartoons:

Click the images to go to the City Pages Comix Issue, and see the above cartoon much, much larger!

Note that you can leave comments on the feature on the City Pages website here.

UPDATE: The City Pages Comix Issue was just featured in the Comics Reporter here.


From Sandman to Star Trek to Sammy the Mouse

Here’s a very cool article on the Twin Cities comics scene called From Sandman to Star Trek to Sammy the Mouse by Britt Aamodt.

Below: Danno getting interviewed at Diamond’s.


Dannovision Tonight (May 23rd)

If you turn on a teevee device tonight, you may see Danno! Here is what he says about it:

A week ago an old roommate of mine filmed me at AE jabber-jawing about local comics, the Conspiracy, Lutefisk Sushi, and Altered Esthetics itself.

That interview is part of a new CHEAPO sponsored show on the CW23 Friday nights that focuses local music and art and stuff.

Well I just found out thru the miracle of technology, an interview a week ago is a aired segment TONIGHT (Friday).

So if you wanna see me blabber on and on about the same 4 topics over and over, the show airs at 10pm and Midnight on channel 23(the CW–or whatever channel that is on cable/satellite/neuro-transmitters).

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More Press for Kevin Cannon and Far Arden

Here is more press for Kevin Cannon and his graphic novel Far Arden that he recently printed 100 copies of… note that Far Arden can be read in its entirety online here.

The Broken Frontier Interview I posted the other day now has the second part up.

Far Arden is reviewed at Kleefeld on Comics here.

Note that if you are in Minneapolis and you want a copy, I’d buy it soon at the Lutefisk Sushi show at Altered Esthetics. There aren’t many left.

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