All Ages

Monday, May 30, 2005

Post-TCAF link blogging

Still trying to regain my sparkling personality after TCAF, which was all in all an incredible success for everyone who attended. I have tons of pictures and will give a full report of all the kid-related happenings in the next couple of days.

In the meantime, here's what's going on in the world of comics for kids these past few days:

- Newsarama reprints an article from Comic Shop New about ALIAS COMICS as one of the up and coming publishers of 'all ages' material. I haven't had the chance to read any of these books as of yet but we all know my issues with the term all ages from past rants.

- The Pulse has an article written by Alan Gross, the author of NBM's CRYPTOZOO CREW on his experiences with teachers and kids and how they've both responded to his 'family-friendly' comic book.

- The Fourth Rail reviews a self-published kids comic by Brian Clopper called WINGNUT AND FIDGET, about an intergalactic bounty hunter and his wacky sidekick. Brian was one of the first guys I was in contact with about marketing and creating comics for kids back in the day when I was negotiating the Jetcat deal. Nice to see him back creating comics again.

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