We have a print-only strip in the August edition of GQ magazine. Some kid has probably scanned it into Google.
PRESS RELEASE: Dark Horse to publish Great Outdoor Fight hardcover.
Achewood is TIME's No. 1 Graphic Novel for 2007.
Our Halloween strip in the SF Weekly.
Interview in The Onion's AV Club
Achewood in The Economist's Intelligent Life
Achewood in Entertainment Weekly
Chris Onstad's Ray Smuckles columns in the Sydney Daily Telegraph:
Interview in TACO
Interview in Orato
Achewood in the Huffington Post.
Achewood is in TIME again, this time in the print edition (cover date: 4/2/2007).
Achewood writeup at Chow.com.
TIME Magazine on Achewood.
A second TIME columnist riffs on Achewood.
All Achewood strip dialogue is now searchable, courtesy of the elegant OhNoRobot search service. Thanks to our readers, nearly 95% of our approximately 1,100 strips were transcribed within twenty-four hours.
The Onion, AV Club Blog.
Eight-page interview with Chris Onstad in The Comics Journal's 30th anniversary issue, #277.
Achewood in Nerve as a "new radical." Or maybe it was 2005. The staying power of internet press makes Warhol's fifteen minutes sound generous.
9/20 New Brian Palmer Interview. Other good reads: David Cross, Nicholas Gurewitch (Perry Bible Fellowship)
9/16: You made it possible for us to raise our goal of $500USD for the Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts! Thank you to everyone who chipped in. Your response was overwhelming and inspiring.
9/6: For the period 9/6 - 9/16, Achewood is donating 10% of its shop sales (up to $500USD, excluding shipping/handling and sales tax) to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The donation will be made to the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Thank you for your support!
Writeup in the Brown University Indy
Achewood writeup at Ruminator.
Some new press at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Achewood is tackled by The Yale Herald.
Achewood is tackled by The Ubyssey, out of the University of British Columbia.
Achewood is tackled by The New Partisan.
Achewood takes up a few column inches in Comics Journal issue #264 - Journalista dept.
A review in the Webcomics Examiner pinpoints the dual nature of Achewood: simultaneously funny and not funny.
Philippe attends a synthpop concert and even spends some time covering the mic.
A previously subscriber-only Serializer.net Achewood strip is available in full color in the new Hi-Horse Omnibus.
Ray's Place turns one! Twelve months later, Ray still has the same balanced, considered style you've grown to know and read. Happy Anniversary, chochacho.
Dave Barry: "I am, in fact, a big Achewood fan."
Achewood reviewed in The Comics Journal #259
Pick up the new Fugue Magazine for a beautiful 4-page Achewood spread + interview
Volume III is released. This initial run of books is hand stamped by the author as a first edition, with the Achewater Publishing imprint.
Achewood celebrates its second anniversary. In two years Achewood has generated nearly five hundred strips, five books (three published and two in production), and has shipped thousands of orders to customers on six continents.
We extend a sincere thanks to our fans for making it all possible.
The Achewood Shop reaches the 1,300 customer mark!
Ray's Place, a weekly column by Achewood character Ray, switches to an advice column format. It receives several hundred letters in its first week. Ray's Place runs Tuesdays.
We relaunch with a new look and our most ambitious store to date. Our Spring lineup includes seven new designs available on thirteen styles of garment. Additionally we now offer faster turnaround times, more customer service operators and upgraded shipping materials.
Achewood's grant proposal is officially rejected by the Xeric Foundation.
Nine guest artists contribute Achewood strips for a guest week which is so relaxing that it lasts nine days.
Our apparel store has closed for a bit, to reopen approximately on November 11. The store will be freshly equipped for the holidays, featuring smart new merchandise (including the Volume II pre-order) and the guarantee that all orders, placed by a certain date, will ship in time for gift-giving.
On October 1, 2001, a humble Achewood launched with some dialogue about a drum machine and no clear punchline. It was not certain how long the experiment would last. One year and 233 strips later, Achewood still fails to show a reliable format and its abandonment is considered nightly. Shirts and Pullovers go on sale for a brief time, in celebration.
Achewood is mentioned in the Abercrombie and Fitch Quarterly Catalog, in an article by ardent reader and renowned fashion journalist Sean T. Collins.
Congratulations, Achewood, on reaching something like 130 strips. It is your 130-strip anniversary.
Congratulations to the Achewood submissions packet on being formally rejected by Fantagraphics Books.
Achewood will appear in the February issue (#241) of The Comics Journal. TCJ is the journalistic arm of Fantagraphics Books, publishers of The Acme Novelty Library, Frank, Maakies and the works of Robert Crumb and Dan Clowes.
Achewood will appear in the form of a paid advertisement for Achewood. It cost $100.