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‘Doonesbury’ Mourns The Death Of Print, Is Promptly Clowned By Webcomics Community

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It's no secret that newspapers in print aren't doing so hot these days, a fact that has put the hundred year tradition of comic strips (plus Sudoku and the Junior Jumble) in danger. For some strips, the cold embrace of oblivion would likely be a welcome relief from the horrors of life, but as you might expect, a few others are a little more wary of their impending extinction...

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‘The Hunger Games’ is the Young Adult Fantasy Version of Achewood’s ‘The Great Outdoor Fight’

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Last weekend, I joined the rest of America in going to see The Hunger Games. I haven't read the original novel, but I have to say that I really enjoyed the movie. The plot was compelling, the characters were engaging, and the setting had a great visual aesthetic that made it a really enjoyable film to watch...

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‘Achewood’ Creator Chris Onstad Becomes the Food Critic For the Portland Mercury

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If you're like me, in that you love both Achewood and delicious food, we have some good news for you: The Portland Mercury has announced that Achewood creator Chris Onstad will be taking over as their resident food critic...

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Chris Onstad on His Return to the Uncanny ‘Achewood’ [Interview]

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For some, Chris Onstad's Achewood has always been a bit of an odd duck. A webcomic starring a series of quirky anthropomorphic characters based on stuffed animals, Achewood has been a hilarious and often surreal journey with a cast of characters that includes depressed cats, painfully earnest otters and coke-addled squirrels...

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Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) 11.27.11

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As we move into the second installment of our weekly webcomic round-ups, I want to thank everyone for their suggestions, and to keep things as transparent as possible, mention a few things about how comics are included in each week's list...

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An ‘Achewood’ Primer Celebrating the Webcomic’s Thanksgiving Return

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Just when it seemed there was little to be thankful for this year, Chris Onstad dropped the best news I've heard all month: Achewood has returned!

Onstad made the announcement today on Twitter, ending the eight-month hiatus of what is quite possibly the best webcomic ever...

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Link Ink: ‘Achewood’ to Return From Hiatus?, ‘Powers’ Pilot Gets its Deena Pilgrim and ’60s Spider-Meme

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Webcomics: It's Twitterficial, Chris Onstad's Achewood will return from hiatus... soon?

TV: Actress Lucy Punch has been cast as Deena Pilgrim for FX's Powers pilot.

Sadness: Hilarious Tumblr page Peanutweeter has been struck down by Iconix Brands Group after filing a complaint under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act...

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Chris Onstad on His Indefinite Hiatus from ‘Achewood’ [Exclusive Interview]

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Chris Onstad announced through his website on Sunday that his critically-acclaimed webcomic, Achewood, is now on indefinite hiatus. After almost a decade, the adventures of Roast Beef, Ray, and the rest of the beloved characters are over -- for now anyway...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – December 2: A Relatively Tiny Thursday

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Savage Critic and "Reading Comics" author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

KEY
* Stuffed animals
^ Alternative energy sources
% The perils of maturity

* ACHEWOOD VOL...

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This ‘Rise of Arsenal’ Cat Themed Sketchbook Totally Rules

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I have long wanted to have my own theme sketchbook to bring to conventions for artist commissions, but I've never hit on quite the right idea. ComicsAlliance contributor David Wolkin put me to shame at the recent Comic-Con by coming up with an amazing idea: A "Rise of Arsenal" #3 theme sketchbook featuring Arsenal and a famous cat, a nod to the infamous issue where the one-armed Roy Harper suffers erectile dysfunction, takes heroin, and then beats up a bunch of dudes in an alley while he's high on smack to defend a cat corpse that he believes is his dead daughter...

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