HEY! KIDS! COMICS! : Woodring, Cannon, Herriman, Chelsea, and Kent’s King Aroo : October 9th, 2008



Top Shelf Comix brings us a fun comic on yard sales, all told in verse, by David Chelsea. Click the image to go there.

The second day of Sundays of Jack Kent’s King Aroo at Cartoon Snap (here’s yesterday’s again). Click the image to go there.

On his new blog called Freshman for Life, my friend Kevin Cannon posts the entire Sloth Force Seven mini-comic he posted the first seven pages of yesterday. You can subscribe to Kevin’s Freshman for Life blog here. Click the image to go there.

Mark Kausler posts some more George Herriman Krazy Kat dailies, among other goodies, on his CatBlog. Click the image to go there.

Finally, another mind-melter from the great Jim Woodring. Click the image to go there.

HEY! KIDS! COMICS! : David Chelsea’s Website : September 12th, 2008


Note to new readers: The Hey! Kids! Comics! feature on this site is a regular list of interesting links to mostly old free comics around the web.

TODAY’S FEATURED ITEM: Tom Spurgeon at the indispensible Comics Reporter blog points us to David Chelsea’s lovely website. Note that Chelsea’s brilliant autobiographical graphic novel David Chelsea in Love is currently shamefully out of print, but there are some cheap copies on Amazon.

Mr. Chelsea is also responsible for the best book on perspective that has ever been written, and probably that ever will be written, Perspective! For Comic Book Artists: How to Achieve a Professional Look in Your Artwork.

He has a couple of his numerous 24 hour comics available for free on his site, among other things.