Archive - Dec 1, 2005
Submitted by Erik Melander on December 1, 2005 - 21:08
Earlier this week, Scott Kurtz announced Truth, Justin and the American Way a five issues mini serie to be published by Image Comics. The series is written by Kurtz and Nodwick creator Aaron Williams and illustrated by Giuseppe Ferrario. More info at PvPonline.
These webcomic kids today, they just love drawing other people's comics for them. They can't make their own updates, but they seem to make time to make other people's. Well heck, if they wanna do my work for me for a week, that's fine by me.Guest week? Pah! Back in my day, you drew your own comics. You didn't let just anyone go around drawing your comics for you. Why, if you found out someone else was drawing your comics, you'd take them to court! And back then you didn't take them to some namby pamby courthouse, where you'd whine to a judge and he'd make them give you money, no sir, back then you'd take 'em to a courtyard, so you could challenge them to a duel.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 1, 2005 - 12:44
Ctrl+Alt+Del: The Animated Series will be available online at cad-animation.com. A trailer for Episode 1, scheduled for release next February 1, 2006, is already available at the site. The series will release a new four-minute episode every month.
Submitted by Alexander Danner on December 1, 2005 - 03:31
Alexander Danner announced today the launch of Full Story, an index of completed webcomics.
The internet is, in many ways, a cult of the new. An exciting new idea can propagate through blogs, and forums, and e-mail seemingly instantaneously, such that it appears everywhere almost at once. And just as quickly, yesterdayâ€™s idea is replaced with todayâ€™s. The old idea may never be spoken of again, unless it can somehow be made new again. This is just as true of interesting webcomics as it is of anything else.