We have 40 venues registered from 4 continents!
We are still missing South America, Africa, and Antarctica.
(Picture is courtesy of Alte Kaserne Kulturzentrum. They are doing 24 Hour Comic Day in Winterthur, Switzerland. www.24stundencomics.ch)
We have 27 venues from 4 continents registered so far. http://www.24hourcomicsday.com/event-locator/
19 in North America.
5 in Europe.
2 in Asia.
1 in Australia.
Register yours today!
17 Venues have registered so far!
TO LOCATE A VENUE: http://www.24hourcomicsday.com/event-locator/
TO REGISTER A VENUE: http://www.24hourcomicsday.com/host-an-event/become-a-host/
We are now accepting registrations for venues. The first two registrations have been from Russia and Finland. Please go to the Event Locator to see where they are!
Hey Everyone -
We will start official registration for venues on July 15, 2014. We are currently working on fixing a few bugs in the website. Please check back then!
It’s all over but the shouting, and we’re all too tired to do any shouting anyway.
Jeff says he’ll finish, but now he’s adding 3-D accoutrements to his pages.
NEWS FLASH!!!! Better late (not really late, with 2 minutes to spare) than never, Jeff has completed the oddest, most unwieldly, 24 Hour Comic in history!
The Redneck Zombie saga (all 3 chapters) has finally come to a close.
So there you have it. Another successful 24 Hour Comic Book Day.
Our thanks go to Gene and the crew at Kaboom Test Labs West, for being such gracious (and trusting) hosts. We simply could not have done this without you!
Also to you who have attempted to follow us both here and on Ben’s Live UStream feed. We’ll have time lapse photography of the whole event soon.
Until next year…
Be Well, Kids!
Addendum: We received the last two entries from our previously undisclosed location, another segment of the Coconuts vs. Soap saga, but I’m afraid I’m more confused now than ever!
Oh well, mine is but to post, not to interpret.
One more hour to go and another 24 Hour Comic Day will be “In the can”, as they say.
We bade farewell to Julie.
The big news of this hour is that Aliina has finished, maintaining her perfect record for the 7th year in a row. She holds the 7000 BC record for the most finishes, a record she will probably maintain, since nobody in 7000 BC has ever done that.
Here’s her comic “MUSES”. It’s a bit risque’…
Aside from that, not a lot going on…
One more hour to go.
Well, not much happening because most everybody has either left or is finished.
We do have Jeff, Garrad, and Aliina, still working so here’s their work.
And Ben did a sketch card of a Stormtrooper.
It’s almost over,