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24-hour comic roundup

Today is 24-Hour Comic Day. Needless to say, I'm not taking part although I'm one of the people who could really benefit from it. Here are some artists who are taking part (co-bloggers, feel free to insert other links you find, but only to the actual 24-hour comics, after they've started showing content)

Margreet de Heer has started early, using Tokyo time.
Flo has content up now.
Poepoe has a directory where the comics should go. At least it's some sort of permalink.
That's more than I can say for Tommy A. Apparently the comic now on his front page is part of his 24-hour comic, but how I should be able to tell is beyond me.
David de Rooij now has stuff online.
Albo Helm's effort has also started.
Stephan Brusche yadda yadda yadda.
Kirk is posting his updates in his forum.

Update: The day is now over, and I'm mighty impressed with the quality of the work from some of the Dutch cartoonists above. Especially Flo and Jean-Marc, although both of them went a bit wobbly towards the end.
Meanwhile, in the rest of the world, Ghastly has done something, er, ghastly.
Faith Erin Hicks has a wordless thing that provides the missing link between Hole Boy and Pin Drop. It's also very well-drawn from beginning to end.


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