Archive - Mar 29, 2006
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 29, 2006 - 23:37
I'm moving Comixpedia.net to the new server. I
f all goes well it'll be up by tomorrow morning at the latest.
UPDATE: This got delayed until Thursday night.
Submitted by DrSetebos on March 29, 2006 - 14:54
Jason Siebel, creator of Anywhere But Here, met a girl at the hospital and asked her to marry him seven days later.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 29, 2006 - 11:56
Oh wait that's Sunday, isn't it? Well I'm bloody tired anyhow (was up much too late)...
Flight 3 is in Diamond's Previews. The third edition of this anthology series promises to be just as amazing.
In notwebcomics news, Jeph has hit upon what is sure to be a hugely successful t-shirt featuring the inscription "Bomb the Blogosphere" (here's a link to it appearing in his webcomic Questionable Content).
And this site looks interesting: Start A Story
Start a Story is a project that encourages creativity and collaboration. To find out more click here. To the right are quick links to the various 'Start A Story' projects, to see them all, a description about each of them and the chance to be involved; click here.
And Lirazel points out a new Christopher Baldwin project (reportedly NSFW): I Am Hans Krunkel.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 29, 2006 - 00:51
Another milestone: Kris Straub's guest comic is the 500 installment of Zach Miller's Joe and Monkey webcomic. Straub also mentions that Miller's book Totally Boned is up for one of Lulu's Blooker prizes. (Erik wrote about the Blookers last October.)
The Great Outdoor Fight - wow, that's really hard to describe. But I always have a hard time describing Achewood. It's just... Achewood. Tim Tylor blogged earlier about the wiki a fan set up for this storyline.
Fleen also has more questions with Dave Kellett (Sheldon) on syndication and newspaper comics.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 29, 2006 - 00:00
Shaenon Garrity writes in the Webcomics Examiner today about Jason Shiga's shigabooks.com which Garrity states hosts "damn near every comic he ever created." (Garrity wrote about Shiga in the first issue of Comixpedia way back in February 2003.)