Archive - Sep 8, 2003 - Story
Submitted by Morbius on September 8, 2003 - 22:49
WirePop -- www.wirepop.com -- announced today the new webcomic "Cat Boy // Mouse Girl," by Nancy Duong, will be joining the webcomic line-up on WirePop.com, the growing Manga and Manga-styled webcomic subscription magazine.
"I really love Nancy's art style and story humor. When she submitted her comic 'Cat Boy // Mouse Girl' I knew we needed to have her on WirePop." said George Panella, WirePops' Publisher "In the mist of fantasy and sci-fi titles, 'Cat Boy // Mouse Girl' will add a much needed romantic comedy flavor to the WirePop line-up. Her comic will have you grinning in no time."
Submitted by FractalDragon on September 8, 2003 - 17:56
Yahoo Japan will be bringing works of manga greats such as Osamu Tezuka (of "Tetsuwan Atom" AKA "Astro Boy" fame), Shotaro Ishinomori ("Cyborg 009" and "Kamen Rider") and many more to the web.
The original Yahoo Japan Article is also availible on the web (for those who can read Japanese).
Submitted by Jamie Robertson on September 8, 2003 - 17:50
Available today, Girl Spy is the new Scary Go Round book by John Allison. It's all new material, laboured over with a similar level of intensity to that employed by the builders of the Brooklyn Bridge. For more on the book, click here!
Submitted by Mudron on September 8, 2003 - 17:47
Pants Press's comic anthology "Wary Tales" is now available for online viewing via Bitpass at this link.
"Wary Tales" - a collection of pseudo-tragic reinterperitations of fairy tales - first premiered in printed form at this summer's San Diego Comic-Con International, and is now made available online for the first time as a result of encouragement and support from everybody's favorite webcomics guru, Scott McCloud.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 8, 2003 - 16:53
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 8, 2003 - 15:49
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 8, 2003 - 11:13
Award winning creator of Fred The Clown, Roger Langridge, takes satiric aim at the maddening monotony of the clerical profession in The Thirteenth Floor. Dark secrets await a
trio of misanthropic desk jockeys as they investigate the mysterious disappearance of the office manager.
Langridge's Fred The Clown has been one of the most popular series at Modern Tales since the website's premiere. It won the 2003 UK National Comic Award for Best Online Strip, and has been nominated for two Eisner Awards and one Ignatz Award.