Archive - May 2, 2007 - Story
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 2, 2007 - 16:17
A pretty funny spin on the "I'm a PC and I'm a Mac" ads featuring the Man of Steel and Spidey talking about their respective companies' movie efforts. (Best line from Supes: "I might even get to fight a supervillain next time!")
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 2, 2007 - 15:48
Interubes pundit Clay Shirky posted about Scott McCloud's decision to re-release The Right Number for free (formerly it had been available for purchase via the just recently discontinued Bitpass payments system).
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 2, 2007 - 10:25
Derik Badman has a review of the second collected volume of James Kochalka's webcomic American Elf in print. (I wrote a review of the first volume of American Elf which you can read here)
We don't write as much about Kochalka as we did in the earlier years of Comixpedia, but that is really no reflection on the creativity and importance of his work (instead I tend to think it shows the growth of webcomics as a whole). I think Kochalka is important to webcomics for a couple of reasons. Kochalka's self-enforced construct for American Elf (one comic a day capturing a moment therein, without any compulsion to build an overarching storyline), turned out to be such a natural fit for the web that he both inverted his entire publishing strategy for the comic (he now publishes everyday on the web and then collects the work for print in these large volumes), and he also inspired a whole movement of "journal webcomics" that roughly followed his construct.