Archive - Mar 11, 2007
The members of the Sugarskull collective conducted an interview amongst themselves and recorded it in comic format. The members of Sugarskull are Jones, Sarah Glidden, Sarah Davis, Alice Hunt, and David Patty and between them they create a lot of comics including: Vampirates, The Reader, The Awakened, Goodbye Chains, Keeps, Small Noises and Venus in Points.
Founder Alice Hunt describes Sugarskull as "designed to give quirky quality comics more attention" and their comics as "a little sweet and a little dark, like the candies that gave us the name."
A mini comic might be one of the best off-line promotional items for your webcomic you can have. It's handy, it's quick and it gives you something to sell cheap or giveaway at conventions, stores and wherever potential readers may gather.
And for not much money at all, you can add some color. This month, Grant Thomas provides a step-by-step guide to creating a classy color cover for your next mini comic.
Terrence Marks interviewed married creators Scott Kellogg and Kathryn Kellogg Garrison about comics, alchemy and farming. Scott is the creator of the long-running webcomic 21st Century Fox and Kathryn is the creator of Carry On. (Scott has also contributed to Comixpedia, his The Art of Flame article appeared in our March 2004 issue.)
Terrence Marks interviewed married creators Amber Williams and Mason "Tailsteak" Williams. Amber is the creator of the comic Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, and Mason is best known as the creator of the comic 1/0. (An interview with Mason about his comic 1/0 appeared in Comixpedia's June 2003 issue.)
Submitted by Black_Kitty on March 11, 2007 - 11:46
A new interview series is coming up at Broken Frontier called The Scott Mitchell Rosenberg Interview Series. Their first guest is Mark Canton, one of the producers for the recently released film 300. For those of you not familar with 300, it's based on a Frank Miller comic book of the same name.
Do you have a question for Mark Canton? If so, you've read the right article! But the deadline's tomorrow 12 noon PST so think fast!