TWIG #1

April 3rd, 2008 by Colin Tedford · 7 Comments

Hey everyone, it’s the first issue of our new free comic! You’ll soon be able to find copies around Vermont, New Hampshire, and western Massachusetts. If you’d like to help out, you can download a PDF version (right-click & download current month only) to print, copy & distribute. If you do, drop us a quick email (treesandhills@gmail.com) to let us know how many & where you put them. If you’d like to print & distribute regularly, email us about it and about getting small ads to help pay for printing.

On to the comics! Click to enlarge.

Twig #1 side a TWIG #1 side b

TWIG #1 contains comics by Colin Tedford, Marek Bennett, Morgan Pielli, and Keith Moriarty. Send your 300dpi submissions to treesandhills@gmail.com!

Tags: Comics · Publications

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Colin Tedford dot com » Blog Archive » TV Turnoff Week // Apr 3, 2008 at 2:13 am

    [...] Spinning World appears in The Commons and TWIG. [...]

  • 2 Colin Tedford dot com » Blog Archive » Free Comics - and more! // Apr 4, 2008 at 12:07 am

    [...] – anyone can download it from the website to print and distribute! Check out the first issue at http://www.treesandhills.org/2008/04/twig-1/ [...]

  • 3 Josh Blair // Apr 4, 2008 at 11:41 am

    Colin,

    A great first issue. I think this is an awesome project you’re doing, and I hope to see it flourish for a long time to come.

    -Josh

  • 4 djRF // Apr 4, 2008 at 4:36 pm

    Hay, that’s great. I’ll pick up a copy between Springfield & Brattleboro. Check out my web address. You will most likely get a laugh
    DjRF

  • 5 djRF // Apr 8, 2008 at 7:11 pm

    I sent a contact with a web address of cartoons (www.geocities.com/rf_countrychristian). I hope you got to see it before it went down. Geocities does that to me occasionally. The last time they shut me off was because they said I had outside links. Well I didn’t have any out side links on this set-up but: they still shut it. I’m afraid to ask them why this time. There were some great cartoons on those pages. I might as well find another free host. I’ll let you know when I get back up.

    djRF

  • 6 Colin Tedford // Apr 8, 2008 at 9:45 pm

    Josh: Thank you!

    djRF: I did click through to your site, and was pleased to “meet” another area cartoonist and entertained by the comics. I’m sorry to hear about the site hassles – if you click the “Resources” link in our menu up top, there is a section on free (mostly blog-style) webhosting. I recommend wordpress.com – although the free version gives you a limited set of templates to work with, it allows you to set up static pages in addition to the traditional blogging functions. Our site here uses wordpress software, though it’s hosted on our space, so we have more options. Also have a look at webcomicsnation.com.

    I haven’t brought any TWIGs to Brattleboro yet, but I hope to leave some in Turn It Up! and Everyone’s Books soon (maybe other places as well).

  • 7 Marek Bennett // Apr 9, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    This is a great model… readers can become distributors. This is comics as they SHOULD be… local and CHEAP! Yay, TWIG!

    Colin, can we place the PDF link more visibly within the post? I’m thinking it should be on its own line, maybe bold or otherwise set apart to give it that portentious “HERE BE DOWNLOADS” authority…

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