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Stripped: Amazing New Documentary on Comics Now Available on iTunes

posted by Nell Minow

I’m a big fan of comic strips and a proud Kickstarter contributor to the new documentary “Stripped,” out today on iTunes.

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There is no better way to celebrate April 1st, spring, or just the joy of laughter than this look at luminaries like:

Bill Griffith (Zippy the Pinhead)
Brendan Burford (King Features Syndicate)
Chris Hastings (Dr. McNinja)
Anthony Clark (Nedroid)
Dan Piraro (Bizarro)
Danielle Corsetto (Girls With Slingshots)
Darrin Bell (Candorville, Rudy Park)
David Duncan (Savannah College of Art & Design: SeqArt Department)
Brian Ralph (Savannah College of Art & Design: SeqArt Department)
David Malki (Wondermark)
David Reddick (Legend of Bill)
Dylan Meconis (Family Man)
Emily Horne (A Softer World)
Kate Beaton (Hark, A Vagrant!)
Gary Tyrrell (Fleen)
Jon Rosenberg (Scenes from a Multiverse)
Gene Ambaum and Bill Barnes (Unshelved)
Greg Evans (Luann)
Rodd Perry and Guy Endore-Kaiser (Brevity)
Hilary Price (Rhymes with Orange)
Holly Post (Topatoco)
Howard Tayler (Schlock Mercenary)
James Strum (Center for Cartoon Studies)
Jeff Keane (The Family Circus)
Jeff Smith (Bone, RASL)
Jenny Robb (Ohio State Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum)
John Lowe (Savannah College of Art & Design: SeqArt Department)
Jim Davis (Garfield)
Karl Kerschl (The Abominable Charles Christopher)
Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet, Flight)
Scott Kurtz (PvP, Table Titans)
Kris Straub (Chainsawsuit, Broodhollow)
Brad Guigar (Evil, Inc.)
Meredith Gran (Octopus Pie)
Michael Jantze (The Norm)
Phil & Kaja Foglio (Girl Genius)
R.C. Harvey (Meanwhile… A Biography of Milton Caniff)
Ray Goto (Savannah College of Art & Design: SeqArt Department)
Dove McHargue (Savannah College of Art & Design: SeqArt Department)
Richard Thompson (Cul de Sac)
Roz Chast (The New Yorker)
Ryan North (Dinosaur Comics)
Scott McCloud (Understanding Comics)
Sherry Stern (LA Times)
Stephan Pastis (Pearls Before Swine)
Steve Hamaker (Fish N Chips, Bone)
Tom Gammil (The Doozies, The Simpsons)
Zach Weiner (SMBC)
Jeannie Schulz (Peanuts, Schulz Museum)
Andrew Farago (Cartoon Art Museum)
Shaenon K. Garrity (Skin Horse)
Jessica Ruskin (Schulz Museum)
Lalo Alcaraz (La Cucaracha)
Keith Knight (K Chronicles)
Mell Lazarus (Momma)
Bill Amend (Foxtrot)
John Glynn (Universal Press Syndicate)
Lee Salem (Universal Press Syndicate)
Robert Khoo (Penny Arcade)
Matt Inman (The Oatmeal)
Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins (Penny Arcade)
Lynn Johnston (FBoFW)
Cathy Guisewite (Cathy)
Patrick McDonnell (Mutts)
Mort Walker (Beetle Bailey, Hi & Lois)
Jeph Jacques (Questionable Content)
John Geddes (USA Today)
Brian Walker (Hi & Lois)

And…..
Bill Watterson (Calvin & Hobbes)

Worth it just for him alone.



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