New Foghorn cartoon magazine published

April 8, 2009 in Comment

Inside this issue;
Chris Madden introduces us to a Wallace you may be unfamiliar with.
Tim Harries wonders where all the stylophones went.
The Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival preview offers a plethora of cartoony goodness.
Wilbur Dawbarn gets scientific.
The Foghorn guide to Evolution raises a few eyebrows.
And Pete Dredge takes on Horne and Corden.

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1 response to New Foghorn cartoon magazine published

  1. I am writing to see whether you may be able to offer me some advice/information on how to get my own cartoon characters published/made into cartoons. I have been drawing my own cartoon characters and writing storylines for a long time but am at a loss as to what to do with them! I have made the first step of getting them copyrighted but need some advice as to where to go from here. I have a lot of ideas and believe my characters are good enough to entertain people and would really appreciate any help you can give me.
    I have even had a comic printed and would gladly send you a copy, i would also be more than happy to send other samples of my work, which includes full comics, gags, sketches etc.

    I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.



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