Aspiring writers work at 24 Hour Comics Day

October 3, 2009 | 7:11 p.m. CDT
Aspiring writers, from left, Eric Yearwood, Robyn Seale, and Noah Medling pen and draw their tales as part of the 24-Hour Comics Day on Saturday. Participants aimed at a page per hour in this 24-hour event. Their diverse stories included time travel and the public education system, a robot falling through the sky, and a bear who encounters a ritual in the woods.

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