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Meet Crave's new cartoonist, Blake Stevenson

Meet Blake Stevenson, Crave's new cartoonist! His new weekly comic, Low Latency, debuts today.

Self-portrait of the artist.

Allow me to introduce you to Blake Stevenson, Crave's new cartoonist. Blake is an extremely talented artist who hails from our great northern neighbor, Canada, where he works as a graphic designer and illustrator.

A regular CNET reader for years, Blake got introduced to the site through The 404 Podcast.

Blake has lent his unique artistic style and vision to a number of 404-inspired pieces, including movie parodies and posters. Most importantly, he directly inspired the show's current logo.

I'll be working with Blake to bring you CNET's first-ever tech-inspired cartoon, Low Latency, every Thursday. Check out our debut panel below!

Blake Stevenson

This year has certainly not been the best year in Nintendo's otherwise impressive history, and its recent posting of a nearly a $1 billion loss only added insult to injury.

Though the 3DS stumbled out of the gate when it was released in April, a drastic price cut and the release of a few notable pieces of software have helped the shaky portable find some solid ground--for now. However, with the Wii console in Nintendo's rearview mirror, and a less than enthusiastic reception of the Wii U at E3 2011, the company finds itself in a rare vulnerable position.

Low Latency is a weekly comic on CNET's Crave blog written by CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated by Blake Stevenson. Be sure to check Crave every Thursday at 8 a.m. PT for new panels!