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New Webcomic Launch on Wednesday! Joe Carr's The Catty Corner!
by Scott Anderson, posted October 13th, 2008
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Prism Comics is proud to announce its latest comic strip to appear on Prism’s Webcomics page, Joe Carr’s The Catty Corner. The first comic will appear on October 15th, with a new strip appearing each week after that.

Joe Carr told us a little bit about himself:

“I was born and raised in South Central Pennsylvania as #7 of 8 children. At an early age, my parents enrolled me into art school, and ever since, art has encompassed a large part of my life. I have an Associates Degree in Commercial Art, and for the past twenty-some years, I've been designing t-shirts and fabric prints for a variety of clients. Most notably, I've done work for Disney Theme Parks, Warner Brothers, Siegfried and Roy, Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus and Harley Davidson. My white tiger design, which I had illustrated over twenty years ago, is still selling at The Mirage Hotel and Casino. A little over a year ago, I was asked to create a comic strip for a new local gay magazine called The Panzee Press. That is where The Catty Corner began. The Catty Corner is a fictional bar and revolves around its "irregular" regulars and their colorful commentaries on life. Due to its overwhelming popularity, I've been encouraged to "revamp" it and re-release it to a larger audience.”

Joe is currently working as a freelance artist, and you can view his portfolio at http://bcarr.net/joecarr, where you can also contact Joe with any reactions to The Catty Corner.


Scott Anderson settled in Nashville, Tennessee, after living in various locales across America. Although Scott currently works as a legal assistant, his past jobs have included freelance editing for several science fiction/fantasy authors and assembling sparkly fairy wands.

Prism Comics promotes the works of the LGBT community in comics. It does not implicitly endorse any other material or products associated with those works. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s).


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