Archive - 2005
John Allison's Scary Go Round is an odd strip, full of bafflement at the world of Tackleford. It is a strip that makes you go "Huh."
A Lesson is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible has attracted a lot of attention with its vibrant, often extremely colorful art and its surreal style. This interview with its creators is very in keeping with the spirit of the webcomic.Al Schroeder rang up David Hellman and Dale Beran, the creators of A Lesson is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible for an online chat about their groundbreaking webcomic. After a few technical difficulties getting started, we found out that David and Dale share an appreciation for Carl Banks, Czanne and Zelda III.
The Perry Bible Fellowship has been called outrageous, morbid, hysterical, surreal... In this interview, creator Nicholas Gurewitch elaborates on all of the above.
Submitted by Eric Burns on December 5, 2005 - 03:23
Gossamer Commons, the contemporary fantasy webcomic, enters a new era this week as it begins to tell a "yuletide fairy tale" in the wake of Greg Holkan's moving on and before the arrival of new artists Peter Venables and Ben Brooks.
Submitted by glych on December 4, 2005 - 01:33
On Sunday, December 4th, No Stereotypes reaches comic #200. Version 3.0 of NS features the core cast of Atom, Jody, Raven, and Spontaneous and has only 100 more comics to go to the conclusion. Oh the madness of it all!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 2, 2005 - 18:17
Our 2005 Year in Review issue is coming up December 12th. It's a two week schedule so we'll give you half on the 12th and some more on the 19th. And just because you've all been nice this year we'll give John Allison's great cover art for the issue today :)
We're also in the process of running our new site engine for Comixpedia through a BETA test which will last through December and hopefully before the January issue we'll do the full switchover to it. You can help by looking around and reporting to me (xerexes AT comixpedia.com) stuff that doesn't work and stuff that's just hard to figure out. As part of this test we'll be running the December issue articles on both Comixpedia.com and the BETA site.
More details, including the URL for the beta site after the jump.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 2, 2005 - 13:53
Plus, there's an interview in the Pulse with her about upcoming graphic novel CRAZY PAPERS.
Submitted by jdalton on December 2, 2005 - 12:26
Keep on schlockin' in the free world! Today's the 2000th Schlock Mercenary strip. That's five years, five months, and 20 days. Later today (and tomorrow), creator Howard Tayler will be at a local comic-book store, Dragon's Keep, so stop by and congratulate him.
Tayler was interviewed by The Pulse.
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.