Athena Currier (pictured below) has begun serializing her hilarious Stapler-Award-winning Mini-Comics Day mini-comic on her website here.
UPDATE: Here is part 2.
Here is the cover of a Spider-Man bootleg comic made by Ben Zmith and his son Henry at the Minneapolis Mini-Comics Day event.
Mini-comics pioneer Steve Willis (creator of the longest running comic series of all time, Morty Comix, currently at issue #2370, available only at an abandoned phone booth) organized a great-sounding Mini-Comics Day event in McCleary, WA. Here is Steve’s overview of the event (note: you’ll want to follow his blog, as it is immensely entertaining).
Here is Jim Gill’s report on the event.
Here is Paul Tumey’s account of how things went down.
Here is a video of Steve telling some kids how to make a mini-comic:
You can see all of Steve’s Mini-Comics Day posts here on his blog.
Here are links to the entire contents of a number of the Mini-Comics Day comics that were produced at the McCleary event:
UntitledÂ – by Steve Willis
HeadgearÂ – by Jim Gill
The Tapir’s Pug Dog SweaterÂ – by Paul Tumey
All New Refraction ComixÂ – by Frank Young
Emanations and ExpectorationsÂ – jam with Willis, Gill, Young, and Tumey
The Floating Head of HumptulipsÂ -Â jam with Willis, Gill, Young, and Tumey
This is the Story of LudwigÂ -Â by Bryan Willis (Steve’s brother) and Amy
Also, Bruce Chrislip somehow managed to participate in the McCleary event all the way from Cincinati, Ohio!