Saturday, October 3, 2015

24 Hour Comics Day 2015, early afternoon

24 Hour Comic Day 2015 is in full force at the Center for Book Arts today! Stop on down to check it out and participate!

I dropped by with a load of 24 hour comic boxes from previous years for all the participants. There are still a number of them left for anyone who wants one, so stop on by and grab one while they are still around if you want one, no participation necessary.

Hard to believe we've been doing these annually most years for over a decade, now. Here are the participants so far today. Unfortunately, I did not get everyone's name (we all miss David Steinlicht... if you want your name added let me know at webmaster(at)

Come see these fresh early afternoon faces slowly deteriorate into madness as the night wears on!

 Latham is hanging out and greeting folks up front. -

Ryan Dow is crying in a corner, working on a heap of Captain Sadness strips.-

James Powell -

Alex Mitchell - - TUMBLR: red-fathoms
 Kristin Tipping -

Jacob Y.
 Thomas Boguszewski

 Neal Skorpen -

 Event organizer Carlos Merino. Thank you, Carlos! -

 Sarah Kopitske

Jajeev Nithiananda Nithianarda -

Jon Sloan -

 Lisa Marie (not Presley) -   -
Read her 24hr comic at

Phil Lee - (The Onion Knight)

 Maddi Gonzalez -

Spencer Amudson -
 Sara Martin - &

 Alex Araiza -

Jack Kotz -
Carlito Quinones -

And of course, Ted Anderson, photographed against his will and not participating, but providing moral support for the cartooning community, one of his many natural talents.

Also participated:
Erika  Finne: -
John Bivens:
Felipe Camargo Rojas -
Kyle Harabedian - -

[Sarah Kopitske, left]
Sara Richardson - and Scott Barrett - also showed up part time in the evening. 
Steven Stwalley, founding father of the International Cartoonist Conspiracy, Minneapolis cell, brought 24hr comic boxes of past editions for everybody. - Check out his work at:
- Blog at
- New webcomic, Strip Mall, at

- Old webcomic, Monkey's Paw, at
- Even older webcomic, Soapy the Chicken, at

Thanks again to organizer Carlos Merino and helpers, Latham Luepke, Erika Finne, Neal Skorpen and John Bivens, and our generous sponsors at The Center for Book Arts, The Source Comics and Games (providers of the pizza dinner), and MCAD (providers of coffee and doughnuts galore!) .


Guy Bock said...

Is there any way of reading the participants 24 hour comics?

Carlos Merino said...

Hi Guy, we are linking the comics here as soon as we know about them. Please give us a couple of days.

Carlos Merino said...

You can also check @24HourComicDay on Twitter