Posts Tagged ‘web comic’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with William L. Brown

William L. Brown is longtime local cartoonist whose work ran in the City Paper in its earliest days, as well as a cluster of other alternative weeklies across the country between 1988 and 1992. The strip, President Bill, followed the adventures of an average local guy who was selected to be president, whether he wanted to [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat With Daniel Boris

Daniel Boris jumped into public view last year as on of the finalists in a Washington Post comic strip contest. Judge Richard Thompson said of  Boris' alligator character, "And who can't warm to a tiny pet with a potential taste for kids?" For the contest, participants had to submit a week of daily comic strips, [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Buzzboy‘s John Gallagher

With his character Buzzboy, John Gallagher has been a mainstay of the local independent comics scene for years now—for a decade it turns out. John's a regular exhibitor at Baltimore Comic Con's section for children's comics, and is a nominee for the 2010 Harvey Award, which will be given out at the convention. Although he's got a [...]