Archive - 2003 - Story
Submitted by Brad Guigar on November 3, 2003 - 14:47
They are available for $2 off the cover price for a limited time. Here's where you can buy the books!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 3, 2003 - 10:55
Sequential Tart rolls out its November issue and there are some articles of interest to webcomics. Kim DeVries interviews Derek Kirk Kim at the San Diego Comic Con. Kim is the creator of Small Stories.
Finally, Rebecca Salek takes a look at Thanksgiving and comics and asks "what comics am I thankful for?"
Submitted by Bill on November 3, 2003 - 10:38
The gay romance webcomic Young Bottoms in Love kicks off its fourth volume today with a horror story, written by Comixpedia contributor Bill Roundy.
Submitted by Justinpie on November 3, 2003 - 03:51
In November of 2001, Killroy and Tina made its online debut with little fanfare, acclaim, or talent. In a time when the word "hiatus"
was a webcomic's silent death, Killroy and Tina (KnT for short) kept plugging away for whatever reason. Two life-sucking years and
almost 200 full-color pages later, KnT has spun off Keenspace not only to its own domain, but also to the Modern Tales sister site Graphic Smash, various Modern Tales syndications, and possibly a few unauthorized Comic Reaper thefts. It is viewed in numerous countries throughout the globe, and has been published in, at very least, one language.
Submitted by Erik Melander on November 3, 2003 - 00:11
Warren Ellis's latest column at artbomb.net, entitled "Webcomics' Second Coming", talks about BitPass, the micropayment solution currently undergoing beta testing. Ellis uses Patrick Farley's (www.e-sheep.com) APOCaMON as an example of what micropayments could mean for online cartoonists.
Submitted by Neil.g on November 3, 2003 - 00:10
During the summer of 2002, Neil g, author of Robot Stories ran a spin off in the form of the crazy Sci-Fi Comedy Limited Space. Now, with the team promotional effort of Dayfree Press and Keenspot, Limited Space is back on its own domain (limitedspace.org), with three new strips each week. Join Earthling Hal Keft as he tries to sort out his feelings about his bizarre experiences in space, only to discover that his world on Earth is just as weird as those he experienced on Planet Xenon, last summer.
Submitted by Erik Melander on November 3, 2003 - 00:09
I'm very sorry and it kills me to write this. I simply don't have the time to work on it right now. I hope to resume work on it in spring of 2004 with a hopeful release date of late that year.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 3, 2003 - 00:01
It's time for Community Interview #8. This time David Rees of Get Your War On has agreed to answer your questions. Here's how it works -- post your question to David in a comment in response to this post.
ONE QUESTION PER COMMENT, PLEASE.
If you see another question you think is interesting, moderate it up. If you see something not so useful, moderate it down. We'll take questions for two weeks, until November 14th. We'll send the top ten questions to David to answer.
Submitted by David Wright on October 31, 2003 - 17:34
Over at Balloon Tales, there is an interesting roundtable discussion on lettering with Lee Nordling, Al Davison, Richard Starkings, Todd Klein, Kurt Busiek, Marv Wolfman, Michael T. Gilbert, Batton Lash, Bob Ingersoll, Bill Knapp, Malcolm Bourne, Steve Leialoha, Leonard Kirk, Howard Cruse, Steven Grant & Bryan Talbot.
Link courtesy of Neil Gaiman's blog.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 31, 2003 - 16:08
First up this week is a new journal comic: http://www.philintheblanks.com. This is Phil McAndrew's new website where you will be able to find his journal comic (formerly known as The Daily Phil), sketchbook, and illustrations.
Second is Eden Cafe a manga style 4-koma comic about five ordinary girls living in a ordinary town.
Also last but not least, be sure to check out the all new flash animated webcomic Briadonix.