Archive - Oct 4, 2005
Submitted by Erik Melander on October 4, 2005 - 19:39
Clickwheel has announced major changes to their business model and is also accepting submissions for comics to possibly be included in the service.
How is Clickwheel changing?
Clickwheel is changing from its present approach to a new, web-based service for supporting comics on the iPod.
Submitted by DJ_Coffman on October 4, 2005 - 14:14
Yirmumah is holding an impromptu contest. Be the first one to CORRECTLY guess why tomorrow is important in Yirmumah history, and you can win a Yirmumah Prize pack, loaded with cool merchandise and some original art.
UPDATE: Today is two years online for Yirmumah.net!
Fans are encouraged to come to THIS THREAD on the forum and post their top 10 favorite Yirmumah strips.
Submitted by Wes Molebash on October 4, 2005 - 14:13
Viper webcomic, You'll Have That, is now updating Monday through Friday!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 4, 2005 - 11:54
Okay this isn't as unique as the organizers seem to think (in fact they're piggy-backing on the well-established idea of webcomic creators doing wacky hijinks on April Fools' Day), but they did a good job with 24 Hour Comics Day so this could be another exciting event for creators: Comics Jam War is scheduled for next year's April Fools' Day (April 1st).
CulturePulp has a write-up of the recent Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, Oregon.
And last and probably least, Nicholas Cage has named his latest offspring "Kal-el". No response yet from the Cage camp on rumors that Cage is making his first foray into politics by becoming an advisor to General Zod.