Category Archives: Stumptown Comics Fest ’11

Massively Molly

The absolutely GORGEOUS piece of art that Molly Crabapple was creating at Stumptown is now up for auction to benefit the CBLDF.  The piece measures a whopping 8′ X 7′ (that’s 56 sq ft of awesome for all you math … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Great Pretenders and Other Stories

>Sometimes dreams really do come true. A few months ago I got to meet one of my internet heroes, Julia Wertz. even better, I got to interview her! Once I got over the fact that she was not the grouchy … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Looking Up

Looking Up Ursula Murray Husted Apocalyptic Tangerine Press $20.00 Meandering the tables at Stumptown Comics Fest, I stopped to chat with Ursula Murray Husted. She had a wide selection of books to choose from. When asked which was her favorite, … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Neil Brideau

One of my favorite reasons to go to Stumptown Comics Fest is that I get to meet the creators of some of my favorite books and on-line comics. One of those creators who makes the long trek out to the … Continue reading

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Stumptown Comics Fizzle

I was not very happy on Sunday afternoon. It’s been a week and my feelings haven’t changed. I hoped that a little distance might help me gain some perspective. But, I have to say that my opinion really hasn’t changed … Continue reading

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Interview With Unemployed Man

We catch up with Unemployed Man at Stumptown Comics Fest to chat about his adventures, the economy, and what’s next for him since the Great Recession is now “over”.

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Interview With Jeffrey Brown

We catch up with Jeffrey Brown at Stumptown Comics Fest and chat about Robots, British television, the challenges of autobio comics, and we find out his “Issue”.

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