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24 Hour Comics Day Highlights 2004
Creating a twenty-four page comic book story normally involves months of work. On April 24, 2004 - 24 Hour Comics Day - hundreds of cartoonists each tried to create a complete 24-page comics story in 24 straight hours. Some were sequestered away in their homes, working privately, while others were working in the middle of comic book shops, creating comics as performance ar ...more
Paperback, 496 pages
Published August 3rd 2004 by About Comics
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A robust collection, with a wide variety of styles and storylines. Because of the diversity there were some stories I weren't fond of (for aesthetic or plot reasons) but overall it was an entertaining and awe-inspiring read. I have a few favorites, including a daydreamer and her teacher, and the Puberty Fairy.
Wonderful mix of comics from around the world produced in one grueling day. Amazing what can be accomplished in just 24 hours! Especially loved the story "Cubicles" by Jeremy Bear on pages 155-178: Best in the book by far. Check it out!