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From series creator Bob Lipski:
posted April 16 , 2006

Hey everyone,

There's a lot going on lately!
Uptown Girl celebrates her third year of comics, with issue 36 now in comic
shops.  This issue is a bigger issue than most, with 36 pages.
For a list of comic shops that carry Uptown Girl, click here:
http://www.uptowngirlcomic.com /links.php

Also in comic shops, is ‘Uptown Girl-All the Right Friends'.  This is the
third trade collection, collecting issues 25-36, plus two bonus stories.
It's a MASSIVE book, over 440 pages!
You can order it online at:
http://www.smallpressswapmeet .com/creator.php?name=gravityb ob
Or pick it up at comic shops around the Twin Cities, such as DreamHaven
Books, The Source, Big Brain Comics and Outpost 2000.  For locations, visit
the website ( www.uptowngirlcomic.com ) under ‘Comic Shops'.

Don't forget you can subscribe to Uptown Girl as well!  Information is on
the website.

Convention season is here (already?) again.  The first event that started
my convention schedule was Lutefisk Sushi, an art show showcasing the
finest cartoonists around Minnesota.  I have 2 original pieces of Uptown
Girl art for sale at the gallery.
Next up is this weekend, with APE!  APE is Alternative Press Expo, which
takes place in San Francisco.
And of course, at the end of April, we have Microcon, at the State
Fairgrounds in St. Paul.
For information on these conventions and future shows, visit:
http://www.uptowngirlcomic.com /conventions.php

‘Uptown Girl-the animated series' is really taking off!  I got to see the
first pieces of animation last week, and it was just amazing to see
Rocketman dance and Uptown Girl move.  I can't wait to show this off.
Brian Bastian ( www.tommychicago.com ) is hard at work writing fresh stories
for the series.
The animated series is being developed by Monkey with a Moustache
( http://www.monkeytheater.com/ ).

Ok, that's all for now.  Thank you all for your support and for reading
these past few years.  I appreciate all the emails and everyone who reads
the comic.

-bob-


 

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