Archive - Aug 27, 2003
Submitted by Steve_Hogan on August 27, 2003 - 23:33
Controversial blogger Jim Treacher joins forces with Steve Hogan to produce a second Treacher Creature Feature webcomic published at ACID KEG. If you like Treacher's take on Frankenstein be sure to check out his popular Hulk movie review Dinonerds.
Submitted by Nekomimikun on August 27, 2003 - 21:29
Suburban Jungle, a Keenspot strip by John "The Gneech" Robey has a new look for its website. The comic is currently on a short hiatus while the author was working on compiling his 3rd book to be entitled "Orange Alert". The comic is set to resume on September 1st.
Submitted by Greg Stephens on August 27, 2003 - 20:57
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 27, 2003 - 18:59
Comic Stack bills itself as "a place on the internet for the comic book community, both for fans and for those trying to break into the business. Comic Stack is not a news-based organization, but rather a community based on reader viewpoints and industry resources." Something perhaps, of a cross between Rocketbox and Comixpedia? In any event, more attention to webcomics is always a GOOD THING.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 27, 2003 - 13:53
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ComicsUtopia invites you to submit your book or webcomic to the database. All we ask in return is that you browse our database and purchase at least two titles from it, or read at least two webcomics. This ensures that everyone who joins ComicsUtopia gets the exposure they deserve and helps us help each other. All information and artwork posted to ComicsUtopia remains the property of the original author.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 27, 2003 - 10:26
Journalista! points us to a solid NY TIMES (free registration required) article on the artistic and cultural legacy of comics giant, Jack Kirby.
Submitted by apfurtado on August 27, 2003 - 09:53
A.P. Furtado's Modern Tales comic, Judging Man, ends its summer of fun tour this Friday, August, 29th. Brought on as a 14 episode summer, fill in comic, Judging Man is a sarcastic and hopefully thought-provoking look at life on the big blue ball we call home.
Tip a glass, shed a tear, and see us off as we cruise on into the webcomics sunset. But...if you can't stand a Friday without a little something by A.P. Furtado, you can head on over to www.tweencomix.com for a Friday dosage of TWEEN. This Friday a new chapter begins in the ongoing "Bad Mojo Saga."