Our friends at SketchCrowd, a new initiative to create crowdsourced comics, are letting us run some of their new strips on our site to see what kind of response they get. The way it works is that individuals can upload their ideas to the site, and if SketchCrowd likes them, they'll publish them in their syndicated comic strip ... and it might appear on a site or publication like ours. If SketchCrowd licenses something for the artist, they'll then share the profits. Here's the first installment. We'll keep posting them as SketchCrowd sends us new panels. If you like what you see, let us know. Or you can go to SketchCrowd, upload your own comic, and see if they pick it up for publication.
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