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Webcomics Weekly News Roundup – October 14, 2008
» Comic Book Resources reports that Cartoon Network is developing a number of webcomics for television that competed on Zuda. The first treatment is Peter Timony’s Night Owls. Other possible animated series include: Bayou, High Moon, Black Cherry Bombshells and Supertron.
» Randall Munroe’s XKCD joked that someone should create a program that reads your YouTube comment back to you before you submit it. Apparently, YouTube is going to do just that – or at least jokes that it will.
» Comics Riff Mike Cavna has named five webcomics to look out for: Achewood, Danny Dutch, Slow Wave, Thingpart, Traced.
» Fantagraphics is now posting Rocky, a “smash-hit” comic by Swedish cartoonist Martin Kellerman.
» Tall Tales Features’ Scott Metzger says he’s temporarily giving up Stewart and that Charly & Company creator Mike Sieber is joining TTF.
» Today marks the launch of Joe Carr’s The Catty Corner.
» Dennis West has a new comic: Backyard Frontier.
» Phil Johnson, a freelance writer for David Letterman launched a weekly feature last month called Schwilm.
» Karen Drastal has launched a biweekly feature called Baby Train.
» David Reddick (who also does the webcomic Legend of Bill) has launched a single panel called Reddickulous – which is also available through mobile comic network ROK Comics.