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Jenny Is Ten

It’s been ten years since Jenny Everywhere was first made public. I check up on her every couple of months, and I’m always shocked and pleased to see new people discovering her and creating new worlds for her. Thanks to everyone who took a chance on her. The toast is on me.

In celebration of her tenth birthday, I present the only Jenny Everywhere story I’ve ever completed, a 24-hour comic from a few years back. Check out the hot mess after the jump.

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Posted in Jenny Everywhere on August 13th, 2011 by Steven

Happy Birthday, Jenny!

According to The Shifter Archive Project, today marks the 8th anniversary of the unveiling of the world’s most cheerful public domain comic book character, Jenny Everywhere.

The most gratifying part of the Jenny Everywhere experience is watching artists discover and provide their own take on the character. I never would have imagined that eight years on, with very little in the way of promotion, people would still stumble across Jenny Everywhere and feel compelled to add to her story.

Jenny Everywhere sketch by Cameron Stewart.

Posted in Jenny Everywhere on August 13th, 2009 by Steven

Jenny Everywhere In No Café This Time

Artists unknown. From The Monthly Montreal Comix Jam – 2003 Vol. 5.

Posted in Jenny Everywhere on March 24th, 2009 by Steven

Fat Jenny

The only known Wintle Newsstand still in operation is situated in Gotham City, just over Sprang Bridge on Finger Street.

Image taken from the first page of Jenny Everywhere: Miss Adventure, a comic jam initiated by Scott D. M. Simmons. Thanks for making my day, Scott.

Posted in Jenny Everywhere on November 10th, 2008 by Steven