Official Press Release
Cartoon Art Museum Event: Thursday, February 11, 2010, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
$5 suggested donation
The Cartoon Art Museum welcomes Scott Kurtz, creator of the popular webcomic PvP: Player vs. Player from 7:00 to 9:00pm on Thursday, February 11 for a special presentation on the business of webcomics. Kurtz will discuss the origins of his award-winning comic, the ups and downs of web distribution, and will engage the audience in an informative discussion on how—and why—to self-syndicate your own comics. A booksigning will follow the presentation.
About Scott Kurtz
Scott Kurtz has been creating comics since age nine. He attended the University of North Texas where his daily strip, Captain Amazing, appeared for four semesters in the college paper. Kurtz' earlier strips Tales from the Tavern, Wedlock and Samwise earned him his first online audiences and gained him notice in the computer gaming industry. His current on-line comic, PvP: Player Vs. Player has been appearing daily since 1998 and has a following of over 150,000 readers a day. PVP won the 2006 Eisner Award for Best Digital Comic.