Norman man's rock 'n' roll comic completed in 24-hour sessions

This year's 24-Hour Comics Day is set for Oct. 20.
by Matthew Price Published: August 31, 2012
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He also says 24-Hour Comic Day is a good excuse to try wild ideas.

“Don't try too hard, because you can't,” he said. “You can't get stuck on stuff. At some point you just let weird stuff happen.”

And his final tip?

“I drink a lot of coffee, too,” he said.

ComicsPRO's Executive Director Amanda Emmert said the all-volunteer project is free to participants.

“We get to work with creators from many different countries, and the main thing they have in common is a love of comics,” she said in a 2011 interview with The Oklahoman. “Many hosts use this event as an opportunity to teach their communities about comics and about how anyone can make them. And making comics, or comic strips, or mini-comics, or Web comics, even at an amateur level, increases your understanding and appreciation of this amazing medium.”

You can see more of Paul Milligan's art, and order prints, commissions, and comics at www.stumblebumstudios.com.

Find out more about ComicsPRO at www.comicspro.org. Find out more about 24-Hour Comics Day at www.24hourcomicsday.com.


by Matthew Price
Features Editor
Features Editor Matthew Price has worked for The Oklahoman since 2000. He’s a University of Oklahoma graduate who has also worked at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and was a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund intern for the Dallas Morning News. He’s...
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