Some Mini-Comics Day 2013 comics found on the internet for your reading amusement:
Here are some photos from the Minneapolis Mini-Comics Day event at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts in Minneapolis. Thanks to everyone who participated! Many delightful and ambitious mini-comics were made… you can see pictures of some of them below.
Male Interior by Dan Murphy
Happy Endings by Azìsa Moor
The Van by Matt Reints
Nipples the Clown “Looks for a Job” by Mike Toft
Plotz #3 by Stwalley
If anyone else from the event posts their comic online, let me know and I’ll get it added here.
Hi! We are Soda Pop Comics and we thought it would be awesome to celebrate Mini-Comics Days for the first time here in Puerto Rico. The event took place at Biercade and over 19 artists participated: Rosa Colón, Joel Vázquez, Miguel Angel Sanjurjo, Franchy Morales, Luis LaCourt, Jenny Centobene, Rosairi Reyes, Ivia Pantoja, Nicole Perez, Benny Sierra, Mario Gracia, Rosaura Rodriguez, Tico Jimenez, Pedro Vargas, Wilgonsi, Marieli Aixa, Cristian Guzmán, Jonathan Rodriguez, Christian Saenz.
Read all the mini-comics here!
(Above image by Athena Currier)
March 24th, 2013 is the date for the third annual Mini-Comics Day, celebrating the art of cartooning and creating hand-made comic books (the first event was held April 9th, 2011).
On Mini-Comics Day, participating cartoonists from around the world will write, draw, and print copies of a mini-comic, completing the entire process from start to finish in a day or less. Anyone in the world can participate.
Mini-comics have been democratizing the art of making comic books since the 70’s or earlier… with the popularization of photocopiers, it became apparent that anyone with an inclination and some spare change could print a little comic book. Wildly varying in both form and content, mini-comics are a wonderful synthesis of cartooning and hand-made art objects.
Guidelines: To participate, create a mini-comic from start to finish on March 24th, 2013 (including writing, drawing and printing it). You can make your mini-comic by yourself or with other artists.
Format: Your mini-comic can be any size, length and format you desire. A standard mini-comics size would be eight 4.25″x5.5″ pages (which can be made from one 8.5×11 sheet of paper printed on both sides).
Submit: Optionally, you can post information and/or images from your comic on this blog. Contact for an account to post here.
Bonus points: If you are working with a group of cartoonists, you may want to consider collecting your mini-comics together to distribute as a set. Bags, rubber bands, or boxes all work great for this purpose.
Events: Mini-Comics Day events will be organized at different locations around the world. You can read more about how to organize an event in our FAQ. The purpose of Mini-Comics Day events is to provide a place for cartoonists to draw and/or print their comics, and possibly to trade or sell their minis if they choose to.
If you would like to organize an event, contact us at so we can promote your event and add it to our event listing.
About The International Cartoonist Conspiracy: Founded in Minneapolis in 2002, The International Cartoonist Conspiracy is a loosely organized group of cartoonists with cells all over the world. The Conspiracy has been responsible for many collaborative projects, including anthologies, gallery shows, and numerous jams every month. Any cartoonist anywhere can start a cell, and anyone with a desire to draw comics is encouraged to participate.
Here is the poster for the Minneapolis event by last year’s Stapler Award Winner for best Mini-Comics Day Mini-Comic, Athena Currier:
Hello, folks. Felipe 5 Horas here.
I’m here to talk about Atrapalho Comics, an internet based Brazilian comics group that is going to participate on the Mini Comics Day. Yey!
It’s almost midnight in Brazil, which means that we are going to start drawing soon.