Archive - May 2006 - Article
Monique MacNaughton reviews Chris Shadoian's webcomic about the movies, Popcorn Picnic. MacNaughton finds PP to be "a witty and sometimes wistful conversation about current film and pop culture references."
Al Schroeder talks to Joe Dunn about his various webcomics including the popular Joe Loves Crappy Movies and his collaboration with Mitch Clem, The Coffee Achievers.
Theater Hopper has been entertaining us for years with its autobiographical yet satirical look at the lives of movegoers -- and the movies that obsess them. Comixpedia talked with creator Tom Brazelton about movies, webcomics, and the fans of both.
Al Schroeder talks with Gordon McAlpin, the creator of the webcomic Multiplex about movies, webcomics, and what's playing at the theatres in heaven and hell. The webcomic Multiplex follows the employees at a movie theater with wit and style, and is a hit with webcomic and movie fans alike.
Tell us something about yourself that we don't know. (I don't think love of movies counts.)
Faulty intelligence. A war of choice. Incompetent leadership.
No, not the current war in Iraq. Think 1812 and Canada.
Dasien by Neil Purcell is a classic example of the superhero genre - lots of action, nefarious evil-doers and heroes in spandex.
This month, Kelly J. Cooper spends some time pinning down the words we use to describe webcomics. Words properly pinned, she next looks for what turns out to be a fairly elusive target: a webcomics dictionary.