Archive - Sep 29, 2005
Submitted by kjc on September 29, 2005 - 23:58
Michael McKay is the creator of the popular webcomic Alice. His nephew Freeman was diagnosed with a rare brain disease, Opsoclonus-Myoclonus Syndrome. Essentially, his immune system is attacking his brain. He is two-and-a-half but he is having to relearn how to walk, eat, talk, everything.
Michael is trying to raise $4,000 to help his sister and brother-in-law with the cost of the drugs, the hospital administration, and the travel required to get Freeman to treatment. He is offering multiple ways to pay and a couple of incentives for donations on a special page at his website.
And yes, Alice came back from hiatus way back in February. (It had been on hold since May 2004). In case you didn't know.
Submitted by Bryant Paul Johnson on September 29, 2005 - 23:58
Dear readers of English language webcomics and foreign readers with dictionaries,
On September the 30th, Teaching Baby Paranoia (everyone's favorite source for historical comics of dubious accuracy) will celebrate its 300th episode. On the off chance that you've been preoccupied with matters of war, poverty, racism, flooding, weather-controlling-secret-societies or major league baseball (or combinations thereof) I invite you to join the fun at Modern Tales.
Submitted by Black_Kitty on September 29, 2005 - 23:58
NightGig had recently released their sixth podcast with an interview of Jenny Lui, creator of Random Thoughts and an administrator of DrunkDuck. Dubbed The Gigcast, it is a weekly podcast featuring webcomic news and interviews with amateur cartoonists.
Submitted by Erik Melander on September 29, 2005 - 12:15
Seven new series will debut on Girlamatic.com in October.
Submitted by Chris Crosby on September 29, 2005 - 12:05
Keenspot Entertainment is looking for a full-time advertising salesperson. Learn more at Monster.com.