Archive - Jun 3, 2008
Dorothy Gambrell is a prolific creator, probably best known for her webcomic Cat and Girl. We've interviewed her twice before, once for our March 2003 issue, and again for our October 2004 issue. We've also reviewed her webcomic Cat and Girl and her webcomic The New Adventures of Death. I got a chance to catch up via email with what she's working on now.
John Allison has been making webcomics for almost as long as the world wide web has existed. First with the comic Bobbins and then since 2002 with his current project Scary Go Round. We reviewed Scary Go Round in our December 2005 issue and interviewed John for our 2003 issue (John also did the cover art for our December 2005 issue). I got a chance to catch up with him via email on the eve of the 6th anniversary of Scary Go Round.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 3, 2008 - 09:18
All kinds of webcomics have been impacted by an exploding transformer has temporarily taken out that functionality. As Joey notes it hit WCN and Adultwebcomics.com and other Joey-hosted comics like American Elf.
It looks like Blank Label Comics has suffered from it too.