Comics retailer and future wrestling superstar James Sime dropped us a reminder about the deadline for entries for the Isotope Award for Excellence in Mini-Comics — entries are due on Oct. 24. Check out the complete press release after the jump.
James Sime, owner of Isotope the comic book lounge, announced today that there are only seven days left to submit mini-comics for the 2008 Isotope Award for Excellence in Mini-Comics. “You have just one week left to draw, fold, and hand-staple your way to mini-comic glory!” Sime said.
While the minis continue to pour in there is still time to enter your own into the competition. “We’ve got a big stack of mini-comics genius already,” Sime said, “But I know there’s still some last-minute types out there sitting on some hand-crafted gold. It’s time to let your work get the attention it deserves. Get your submissions in and follow in the footsteps of past winners Danica Novgorodoff, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, Joshua Cotter, Max Riffner, and Rob Osborne!”
To enter this competition, send five copies of your mini-comic to Isotope’s address (326 Fell St. San Francisco, CA 94102) before the October 24th deadline. As always, the Isotope will be taking submissions up until midnight on the deadline. From 11am until 7pm the Isotope will be open and available for anyone making those last-minute drop-offs, and from there the staff will continue taking submissions until midnight at The Orbit Room on Market and Laguna Streets in San Francisco.
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