Archive - Jan 21, 2008
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 21, 2008 - 22:02
I have to admit I really miss A Lesson Is Learned But the Damage Is Irreversible one of the more inventive webcomics of the decade. The artist David Hellman, really brought a lot to the artwork, so much so that the comic is inconceivable without his contributions. Hellman has a sporadically updated personal site at which I discovered this great presentation he gave on comics last summer, using many ALILBTDII comics to illustrate his thinking. Absolutely worth checking out, especially if you were a big fan of ALILETDII
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 21, 2008 - 17:46
Kris Straub's epic sci-fi comic Starslip Crisis is now at starslip.com.
Adjust your bookmarks!Â
I've gotten a few dead-tree books in still sitting on my desk which in a bit of New Year's optimism I'm determined to get reviewed, plugged and just generally, processed, one way or another. One I definitely wanted to get to is Rob Hanes Adventures, a comic book serial from Randy Reynaldo.
I like the (mostly) all ages tales of detective/adventurer Rob Hanes. But I don't understand why it's a comic book and not a webcomic. It's the 21st century already!
With the Eighth Annual edition of the Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards (WCCAs) coming up I wanted to get an interview on the state of the awards with current WCCA Chairman Frank "Damonk" Cormier. Frank worked with me on ComixTalk in the first two years of its existence and I know from experience that he is quite passionate about comics and isn't one to shy from stating his opinion. So I put a range of questions to him regarding this year's awards, changes from last year and how to improve things in years to come.