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Thursday, May 07, 2009 

Thirty-second Comic Book Carnival











Welcome to the May 7, 2009 edition of the comic book carnival. Here's what we have for this month.





Sudipto Sarkar presents Inkscape: Draw freely posted at Open Source: The future, saying, "This article is about an Open Source and free cartoon drawing program, which makes it easier to draw cartoons without putting in a lot of effort. Best of all, it is free of cost!"




Matt Willard presents Exciting Action-Packed Fun Time Game!!! | Giant Robot Invasion! posted at Giant Robot Invasion!, saying, "These days, a lot of manga is based on colorful re-interpertations of children's toys. Some have transformed into huge franchises, such as Yu-Gi-Oh and Pokemon. How does this affect the classic games of our youth, and what can we sell out next to make even more money? I offer a few ideas for what we can bastardize next."




Ryoga presents Rin-ne: The first chapter of Rumiko Takahashi?s new manga series has been released posted at Ryoga's Really Random Rants.




Kneon presents whalecrash: Making webcomics with Twitter posted at kneon transitt shouldn't be allowed to blog.




Patricia Turner presents 100 Favorite Library Sites for Children and Their Parents posted at Online University Lowdown.




Tom Bondurant presents Thoughts on Donna Troy and "Dollhouse"; or, If You Wait Long Enough, It Gets Better posted at Comics Ate My Brain.




Gear Live presents Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time remake footage posted at Playfeed.




swapnil warang presents Book Review: "Comedy of Errors" posted at Book Reviews.


Josh Catone presents Scholars and Rogues » Hobbits, wizards, and storm troopers: the future of fan art posted at Scholars and Rogues.


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