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February 28, 2014

30,840 Is One Heck Of A Mini-Comics Print Run

While I'm not one to point at every feature story featuring a cartoonist that comes along, I rather enjoyed this one on Caesar Meadows and his mini-comics distribution efforts during various Mardi Gras-related events. These efforts have led to plans for over 30,000 mini-comics commissioned to be thrown from floats during last night's Carnival 2014 parade. This follows years of similar yet more modest endeavors. Thirty thousand has to be pretty up there for a mini-comics run; we have to be getting into similarly commissioned or stunt mini territory with that figure. I like the idea of people catching mini-comics, too. And you get a little primetime New Orleans comics-room shelf porn. Wanted: more features like.
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