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Max Cannon

Max Cannon is author and creator of the independent comic strip Red Meat.

Cannon began producing the strip in 1989 for the Arizona Daily Wildcat, the student newspaper of the University of Arizona (although he was not a student there at the time). The strip was later picked up by the Tucson Weekly, and it now appears in over 75 alternative weeklies. It also appears in The A.V. Club section of the satirical newspaper, The Onion.

Cannon is also creator of the Comedycentral.com webshow, Shadow Rock available now on Atom.com.

Cannon lives in Tucson, Arizona, U.S. with his two young children. He hosts a monthly short film contest at the Loft Cinema. [2] A longtime fan of Marvel Comics, Cannon recently did work for them.[1]

His comic strip can be viewed at www.redmeat.com.

External links

  • Arizona Daily Wildcat"Max Cannon shakes up the Loft" in the
  • Reno News ReviewInterview with Cannon in the
  • Max Cannon urges readers to write the editor's of alt-weekly papers to try and save the comics printed there
  • Cannon discussing his work for Marvel Comics
  • Shadow Rock
  • Excerpt of a Max Cannon interview
  • Max Cannon interview
  • Interview of Max Cannon
  • Max Cannon bio

References

  1. ^ Sean T. Collins (7 October 2009). "Strange Tales Spotlight: Max Cannon". Marvel.com. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 


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