Archive - May 2, 2006
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 2, 2006 - 10:22
The May issue is upon us and I will post Joe Dunn's wonderful cover art sometime today. We'll be looking at "movies and webcomics" albeit in a scattershot sort of way. (Coincidentally, this week the Webcomics Examiner has a review of Chris Shadoian's webcomic about movies, Popcorn Picnic.)
And a big thanks to recent advertisers like Ka-Blam digital printing, Mike Baron's and Andie Tong's webcomic The Architect, and Stuart Immonen's 50 Reasons To Stop Sketching at Conventions. If you're interested in advertising with Comixpedia here's more information.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 2, 2006 - 09:57
Why? Just curious I guess. I know Alexa is skewed, possibly even fatally flawed (it only measures traffic from people who install the alexa plug-in) but it's easy to use...
Comixpedia vs The Comics Journal (just their website obviously)
Comixpedia vs The Comics Reporter
Submitted by kjc on May 2, 2006 - 02:36
"Sex Scandal Involving CBLDF's Charles Brownstein Leads to Women's Empowerment Fund" from The Comics Journal #276, by Michael Dean, Posted May 1st, 2006. Read it while you can - per the disclaimer, "This full story will be online for a limited time. Portions of the online version will be redacted when The Comics Journal #276 hits newsstands."