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Archive for March, 2004


Speak of the devil, Animation Guild president Kevin Koch (he’s not the devil, the subject is) was interviewed on Lou Dobbs last week concerning


Scooter and Ferret

Scooter and Ferret

Neopets… it’s a card game I don’t play, but I am one friend removed from a few people who work there. Word has long gotten around that the pay there for artists is less than stellar; even though the company has long since left start-up status behind, artists salaries are far below a Los Angeles […]


Scooter and Ferret

It’s a bizarre day indeed when the Disney 2003 Annual Report arrives in the mail and the Mickey on the cover has an enormous inflated head. We are getting our report late, it’s true, it’s been sitting around for two months in Atlanta with Scott’s parents. Now Mickey has gone through some legitimate design changes. […]


Scooter and Ferret

My regular readers may be wondering why I’ve done so little commentating on the battle with Eisner lately. Fortunately, the stockholder’s meeting has made the national news in such a big way I’ve been blessed with some time off the subject. Pick an article, any article, and you’ll hear about how 43% of the stockholder’s […]


So I’m walking through the aisles of Excalibur Comics in Portland, when I come face to face with two of my professors from the Savannah College of Art and Design. No, not browsing, but as characters on the cover of a comic book. Mark Kneece and Bob Pendarvis are two of the founding members of […]


Sunday was the Portland Comic Convention at the convention center, and we were in attendance, passing out more flyers and enjoying the booths aplenty. What I really wanted to do was take a moment to meet Anne Timmons, the artist for the cute-as-pie comic book Go Girl! Anne’s comic style is sweet as can be, […]


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