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Serializer.net returns

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Serializer was an excellent art comics site that went up in flames due to a server crash many moons ago, but we received word that it is returning, with a strong line-up of world-class cartooners.

Attention Comics Readers of the Word Wide Web — Serializer.net, the critically acclaimed site for art comics on the web, is reassembling. Bookmark it. These are the facts as we know them:

1) Expect your new serializer.net by the end of this month of October.

2) Serializerists of the future and their works of art include:

Nick Bertozzi, As Yet Untitled Experimental Comics, then “Drop Ceilingâ€?
Matt Bors, “Idiot Boxâ€?
Patrick Farley, “Apocamon: The Final Judgementâ€?
Matt Feazell, “Amazing Cynical Man!â€?
Renée French, “micrographicaâ€?
Jenny Gonzalez, “Too Negativeâ€?
Merlin Goodbrey & Douglas Noble, “The Rule of Deathâ€?
Tom Hart, “Hutch Owenâ€?
Sam Henderson, “The Magic Whistleâ€?
Jonathan Larabie, “The Minibar Billâ€?
Phil McAndrew, “Beanâ€? and/or “Hug the Cactusâ€?
Metaphrog “Louis – Lying to Cliveâ€?
Eric Millikin, “Fetus-Xâ€?
Jen Sorensen, “Slowpokeâ€?
Casey Sorrow, “Feral Calfâ€?
Joda Thayer, “Few and Far Betweenâ€?
Jason Turner, “True Lovesâ€?
Approximately five other artists to be named later

3) Publisher’s Weekly refers to many of serializer’s artists as “art comics favoritesâ€? and “critical darlings.â€? London’s Sunday Times has called serializer “high art,â€? and The New York Times thought some of our comics were “Well drawn and funny.â€? The Comics Journal found some Serializer comics to be “daring, entertainingly perverseâ€? while The Guardian found artwork on serializer that “threatens to seriously tamper with one’s smug equilibrium.â€?

4) Questions? E-mail ericmillikin-at-gmail-dot-com

5) Spread this far and wide.

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