Word of the challenge slowly spread, especially as Dave Sim published his own 24 hour comic, as well as those of McCloud, Bissette, and Neil Gaiman, in the back of his popular Cerebus the Aardvark. Eventually Scott McCloud had collected six 24 hour comics on his website from different, well-known comic-creators. Creators Erik Larsen and Chris Eliopoulos published their 24 hour stories together in the one-shot comic Image-Two-In-One featuring The Herculean and Duncan ("The Herculean" being Larsen's creation, and "Duncan" being Eliopoulos').
With that said, I decided to organize the first ever Truthful Comics' 24 Hour Online Comic Book Challenge. Why online? The reason why I decided to do this online is because the members of Truthful Comics live in deferent parts of the country so it was impossible for us to meet for this event, and since I wanted to do this challenge with them; the best course of action was to doit online. As it turned out, none of my colleagues could join me. :/ Regardless, I decided to go through with it even if I had to go at it alone.
There were a few fellow artists who ended up joining me as well as some fans, which made the long challenge somewhat bearable; if not enjoyable. So, without further ado, here's what I was doing for the past 24 hours. Enjoy! #24hourcomicbookday