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September 14, 2016

Your 2016 Comics Workbook Composition Winners


The four Comics Workbook Composition contest announced its winners late last week. This is one of the best places to find new, interesting cartoonists -- cartoonists that may or may not work according to the principles taught in Comics Workbook sessions, but all of whom has a significant amount of sympathy to the approach favored by Frank Santoro and the other teachers.

First Place ($500 cash prize)
* Cameron Nicholson -- For a Lack of Better Words

Second Place ($250 credit at Copacetic Comics)
* Shee Phon -- I Know It's Not About Me, But I Don't Want To Die

Third Place ($100 credit at Copacetic Comics)
* Cameron Arthur -- Oasis

Honorable Mention ($50 credit at Big Planet Comics)
* Lisa Wilkinson -- The Last Time I Saw Tate
* Janne Marie Dauer -- Blame It On the Night Moves
* Luke Howard -- Extragalactic
* Niall Breen -- Śūnyatā

Special Prize ($25 credit at Copacetic Comics)
* Lina Madöry -- Reflection

No Prize Shout Out!
* Jillian Fleck -- I Got A Job
* Phillip Dokes -- Falling

You can find links to a huge number of submitted comics, all of which will also appear here in the weeks ahead. Congratulations to everyone who won a prize and everyone that completed work and submitted it to the contest. That takes industry and bravery.

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