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Thank you Jonathan for coming to XOXO and presenting your beautiful presentation. 
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Johanna Draper Carlson wrote up a very nice piece about "The Chairs' Hiatus" Kickstarter. Thank you so much! 
 
Johanna Draper Carlson over at Comics Worth Reading recommended The Chairs' Hiatus by Matthew Bogart -- I checked it out. The story is really great and it's posted online at his site.  He's doing a Kickstarter campaign through August 20th to raise money to print it, and he's halfway to his goal already! It's a 96 page GN. They're both here on Google+ and I blogged about it, so you can go to the links to Johanna's site and to Matthew's in case you're not familiar with them.
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PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT! This comic is one of my all time favorites (and it's made by a friend), an dthis Kickstarter is for a nice color hardcover edition. I really want this to succeed! Please take the time to take a look. IT IS TOTALLY WORTH YOUR TIME! I PROMISE! ALL CAPS!!!
The funny & touching graphic novel about best friends / rock stars: Mary and Nel in a beautiful, two color hardback book.
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We're at 30%! Please consider sharing to put hardback books of "The Chairs' Hiatus" on shelves for years go to come. http://kck.st/WygsKu
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Can the Kickstarter get to 25% in the first day? It's SO CLOSE! :) Is there anyone you know that might be interested in it that doesn't know about it? http://kck.st/1p24LCs
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Want to help me make a beautiful book? It's The Chairs' Hiatus Kickstarter!  http://bit.ly/theChairsKS
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A time-lapse video of a sketch I did for one of my generous Patreon backers:
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If anyone is interested in publishing comics on ComiXology Submit, or wondering what it's like having your book in a bundle like the "100 comic for $10" one they just launched at SDCC, I wrote up and updated a post about my experiences.

#cXsubmit    #comics   #comixology   #selfpublishing  

https://medium.com/@matthewbogart/the-chairs-hiatus-and-comixology-submit-22d7a34084cb
One cartoonists experiences publishing a graphic novel through ComiXology.
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+Matthew Bogart You remind me of a drama teacher I had in college.
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I just posted my first Kickstater update. Wow! What a day! Here's the plan: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/matthewbogart/the-chairs-hiatus-special-hardback-two-color-editi/posts
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Thanks Jake! That's really kind! It's an exciting day!
 
PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT! This comic is one of my all time favorites (and it's made by a friend), an dthis Kickstarter is for a nice color hardcover edition. I really want this to succeed! Please take the time to take a look. IT IS TOTALLY WORTH YOUR TIME! I PROMISE! ALL CAPS!!!
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If anyone knows someone who wants to interview a little known cartoonist abut their upcoming Kickstarter I happen to be that second guy.
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Awesome! Well I'll be spreading all kinds of word about it in a few days. 
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I'm always excited when people find Satellite Beach. It's an older comic of mine that not too many people see these days, but I'm still proud of it. 
 
I am on the lookout for good comics on the web these days. If you know of any, if you got stuff to recommend, please let me know...

Here is something I found recently. It's short, but I think this is a little gem. It's made by a guy named +Matthew Bogart 
Find some more of his stuff here: http://www.matthewbogart.net/comics/ and if you like what you see, maybe consider this http://www.patreon.com/matthewbogart
A short online comic by Matthew Bogart about a drummer who falls for his bandmate. Originally published in the SPX 2002 anthology. 
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Comic artist, petter of cats.
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I'm a cartoonist who draws quiet, touching comics about normal people, rock stars living in worlds of jetpacks and rocket-ships.

I'm currently posting weekly pages of my new graphic novel "Oh, It's the End of the World" on my website http://matthewbogart.net

You can follow me for free updates. 

You can read my last graphic novel: The Chairs' Hiatus for free at on Google+ :

or download an iPad and iPhone version to read offline here: http://www.matthewbogart.net/the-chairs-hiatus-downloads

I also have lots of other comics and drawings on my web site matthewbogart.net
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The third part of a web comic in progress about Mary Sozer, a member of the band "The Chairs."

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A web comic in progress about Mary Sozer, a member of the band "The Chairs."

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The last few times I've been in there the staff has been rude. Also they keep *all* of their books in bags so you can't flip thru anything to see if it's worth your money.
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The main positive thing that I have to say about this hotel as that the clerk at the front desk was very nice. He did his best to make up for the shortcomings of the hotel and seemed like he genuinely wanted to make our stay pleasant. That's great and goes a long way, but there were still issues. The drawbacks were that the rooms were very small, the bed was surprisingly uncomfortable (and I usually expect a hotel bed to be somewhat uncomfortable) the street noise even with the windows closed was substantial. Which is unfortunate because without air conditioning you really want the windows to be open. Taking a shower is like being sandblasted. In order to make the water warm enough you have to turn the shower pressure all the way up and since the shower is so small it really knocks you up against the back wall of the water closet. The Wi-Fi in the building was terrible. Getting directions, checking e-mail, etc. all took three times as long as it should due to the connection dropping. We ruled out that it was a problem with our computer since we had the same issue on my laptop, my girlfriend's laptop, and my iPad. As we had important information stored in our e-mail about the itinerary of our trip I went downstairs and talked to the front desk clerk who kindly offered to allow us to connect via ethernet cable to the Internet in his private office. So that was nice. It's also fun being in Chinatown even though it contributed to the street noise.
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We had a great time staying here. We arrived too late to swim in the pool or Jacuzzi was open until 10 o'clock And that was iron and ironing board a lot of fun. The rooms were large with a microwave, desk to work at, coffeepot, iron and ironing board, as well as a sink outside of the bathroom so that people can get ready while someone else is in the bathroom. The continental breakfast was surprisingly good! There was a waffle maker with regular and strawberry batter, scrambled eggs various cereals, fresh fruit, hard-boiled eggs, orange juice, apple juice, as well as English muffins, and more I'm sure I'm forgetting. the Wi-Fi seems to work fine as I'm posting this from the hotel. The one drawback is that there isn't a lot of selection for food in the area. The hotel is apparently so your only selection is what's a little off the beaten path So you're only selection is what's nearby, and that's mostly fast food.
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