Archive - Oct 8, 2003 - Story
Submitted by Morbius on October 8, 2003 - 16:32
WirePop announced today that it will officially launch on October 10 with its amazing list of launch titles from highly talented manga style artists.
The next big webcomic subscription site is here. WirePop is the first genre specific for English Manga and Manga-styled webcomics.
WirePop will feature some big names in the webmanga community such as:
- Denise Jones of Eversummer Eve
- Brion Foulke of FlipSide
- Dan Hess of Angel Moxie at Venis Productions
- Niko and Clay of Fantasy Realms
- Svetlana Chmakova of Chasing Rainbows on Girlamatic
- HAI from Homanga
- And many more talented up and coming artists.
Submitted by kjc on October 8, 2003 - 09:46
The Indiana Review literary magazine has been around for 25 years. They're currently putting together a special issue about "marginal identities, immigrant experiences, transnationalism and hybridity." They are looking for the standard poems and stories and non-fiction work, but they are also looking to add comics. From the IUB.edu website:
Attention Comic Artists: We're looking for black and white comics that tackle these subjects to include in this special issue. IR is 6 x 9 inches. Ideally, we'd like to feature three or four artists, devoting about 16 pages total. Payment: $50/page.
Submission Deadline: October 31, 2003. However, we'll keep reading until we fill the issue...
Check the link for more details about the subject matter and submission guidelines.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 8, 2003 - 01:02
Does this chicken scare you? It should. It's
part of one of the starter panels from our
Event. We want you to create a 13-panel scary story
starting from a random panel we assign.
Don't be chicken. Give this a spin and try to
scare the pants off us. You might be
frightened by what you come up with.