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Discussion (7)¬

  1. kvweber says:

    I am so excited! I registered late because I wasn’t sure if I could make it, but they saved me a spot and now I’m psyched for tomorrow. It’s my first 24-Hour comics day and I can’t wait! :D

  2. Jesse Acosta says:

    Intensely excited for this year. This is our fourth year in Spokane, WA and this year I planned a lot of it at our location at Merlyn’s Comics and Games. We have catered food, sponsored coffee, a Spidey pinata for the kids, raffles for gift certificates to comic shops and art stores, and we have art supplies to give out. We turn it into a huge event for everyone, making it a memorable experience. Hopefully we will be doing some video footage to put on Youtube this year!

  3. Stan Heller says:

    The Bay Area has THREE locations where the creative energy will be rocking the house.
    In San Francisco:
    MISSION COMICS AND ART (my home base)
    NOISEBRIDGE
    In Berkeley:
    Comic Relief

    All tolled, there will be more than forty folks banging away from 11AM tomorrow until 11AM Sunday. Good luck and good times to everyone around the world who is playing.

  4. Eugenia says:

    I’ll be there!!! :D Greece :)

  5. Mirko says:

    A open and free 24H virtual-lab on Verticalismi.it supervised by Giacomo Bevilacqua (G.I. Joe). You are wellcome.

  6. This will be my third year doing this, and every year I try to do things differently. This time, I’m gonna do THE ONLINE VARIATION. Will I finish the 100 panels? Will they finish ME? I’m excited. :)

  7. ScottE says:

    Tried this for the first time at Bosco’s Comics in Anchorage Alaska.

    Even for a first time, my showing of only 6 pages in 24 hours (the sixth completed with 15 minutes to spare) was pretty pathetic. I haven’t produced pages for years, so it was like starting cold.

    I have a year to improve, though.