Ugly Hill is currently a part of Blank Label Comics. On 2006-11-07 it was announced that Ugly Hill would be published on Viper Comics' website. Ugly Hill has also been published in newspapers, notably The Turlock Journal (Turlock, CA), due to Ugly Hill's association with Keenspot.
Ugly Hill was recognized with the Web Cartoonist's Choice Award 2006 for Outstanding Character Art and a nomination in 2007 for Outstanding Character Rendering.
The Web comic has had several guest authors/artists, such as Howard Tayler of Schlock Mercenary and Kristofer Straub of Starslip Crisis.
Paul Southworth has been a guest speaker at two major conventions in recent years, the New York Comic Con in 2006 and Vericon in 2007.
On March 29, 2009, Paul Southworth concluded adding new content to Ugly Hill. Paul's newest active project is "Not Invented Here".
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Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or ugly:
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“Nothing is beautiful, except man alone: all aesthetics rests upon this naïveté, which is its first truth. Let us immediately add the second: nothing is ugly except the degenerating manand with this the realm of aesthetic judgment is circumscribed.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)