Archive - Nov 4, 2004
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 4, 2004 - 12:03
Sequential Tart drops another issue on the world with reviews of four webcomics: Questionable Content, The Angel Interceptor, The Devil's Panties, and The Infinite Gag Strip.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 4, 2004 - 11:37
IndyWorld has a new issue out (well since late last week) and there are several articles of interest. Two that stood out to me that you might want to check out are:
Ephemera vs. the Apocalypse by art spiegelman is a piece edited from a September 10, 2004 lecture Spiegelman gave at Cooper Union's Great Hall in New York City. Spiegelman talks about time, space and his latest book in a piece illustrated with sketches from In the Shadow of No Towers.
A Critique of Bagge's Reason by Marc Singer is an examination of Peter Bagge's political point of view in the cartoonist's Reason Magazine comic strips.
Submitted by MaximKovalenko on November 4, 2004 - 01:52
On Monday next week (November 8th) Requiem will hit 100 episodes. Requiem is a dark sci-fi/fantasy story about the end of the world and its aftermath and is composed entirely with 3D rendering software.
Requiem updates daily.
Submitted by the_poet on November 4, 2004 - 01:49
Graphic Smash announced the launch of Bryceworld, an all-ages science fiction webcomic. This weekly, full-color serial can be found here.
It's the story of 16-year-old rebel Bryce Metzger, who finds himself on the other side of the galaxy with nobody to call a friend except the intelligent computer program Terry and the strange prototype starship, the Cutting Edge. Bryce has no desire to return home to the control-freak father he left behind, so he spends his time exploring the galaxy and finding out more about himself and the universe around him.