between bloggers and comic strip artists who have a presence on the web.
like even at the end of it.
cuz the problem is, if you arent reading the paper anymore how are you going to find great comics?
and if youre a comic artist why not expand into the world of blogs which could directly link your comic with, i dont know, a book you might be hyping or merch or something.
just in time for kwanza.
i know i have a much harder time finding something good graphically to put up here than to think of something to say.
i would love to have a comic a day on here.
similarily i bet if corbis had a blogger rate for small images, i might be interested.
and if they sold 4×6 prints for $10 each of the ones that are least requested i bet they might get more takers than theyd realize.
which is a ton better than no
aaron is a college student in minnesota who has written for Baseball Primer, Rotoworld, InsiderBaseball.com, and FOXSports.com
he’s so badass that he got Bill James to write a guest column for the book.
if you want to get matt welch a thanksgiving present, this would be perfect.