Amazingly high-quality work on display: The Mayday Event is not the most populous event Comixpedia has ever seen, but MAN, is it producing some great stuff. The latest entries evoke everything from Eddie Campbell to the golden age of slapstick. Check it out — and it’s never too late to get involved! Continue Reading
The Comixpedia May event is off and running! Help Mayfair Day vault from crisis to crisis as he leaps between panels provided by some of the web’s most stunning action artists! Continue Reading
With over 20 participants signed up in the first 12 hours, Blind Date is already shaping up to be a great event!
A word to the wise, however: IT IS NOT A DATING SERVICE.
Where is the love?
RIGHT HERE, baby!
Comixpedia Event #2: BLIND DATE is now accepting sign-ups for what promises to be the weirdest, wildest, and most red-hot-lovin’ event of 2004! Continue Reading
Q. When do a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and an editorial cartoonist share the same spotlight?
A. When their names appear together on a death threat… Continue Reading
Despite its coordinator’s ham-fisted HTML skills, Comixpedia’s Fright Night Project moves forward like the beast that would not die!
Two (or more) new comic links are being posted daily, in a blood-soaked orgy of creativity starting from the crazed inspiration of our special guest starting panelists!
Whether you’re a participant or just looooove comics, be sure to come by and soak up that oogy ambience, then talk about it on our forum! Continue Reading
Fright Night 2003 starts with a bang today, presenting the first of 25 scarifyin’ submissions to the first-ever official Comixpedia-sponsored event! Thrill to the worrisome work of Edward J. Grug III and Jesse Clark! And keep coming back daily for more submission URLs, right up to the apex of horror: HALLOWE’EN ITSELF, when we present our seven winners!
Go ahead and scare yourself now! Continue Reading
It started here, then this thread picked up on it, and now Bob Roberds is in on the act.
What magic is there behind a Cubs vs. Red Sox series that has the webcomics world all a-tizzy? Inquiring minds want to know! Continue Reading
A month after the Man-Man relaunch, another super-strip has rebooted: The Japanese Beetle has returned to the acclaim of thousands… Continue Reading
Man-Man is dead, and his successor (and twin brother), Man-Man-Man, is…dead.
Gelatin, steam engines, time-travelling robots, mad science and mayhem abound as the award-unwinning Man-Man Comics romps through the final five episodes of its ultimate 30-episode story arc, “Countdown.” Continue Reading