TUESDAY: We get to grips with Jon Scrivens (Little Terrors) who's just turned one year old and find out about his new merchandise
WEDNESDAY: We review the book from Dubious Tales just for the Thing convention
THURSDAY: We get to grips with Ivan Pope (boot_error) and get an inside knowledge about he must dream of stencils
FRIDAY: Another interview, this time with Eddie Bowley (Edd Egg) and find out about rumours aren't always true
SATURDAY: We have words with Chris Thomas and James Walker (RPG-TV) about their successful year and first convention
SUNDAY: And finally, if you haven't got sick of interviews, Philip Spence (Ninja Bunny) delights you with his wonderful stuff and there's a bonus interview that will only be up for ONE DAY!
With the Lulu Blooker Prize short-list announced Zach Miller (from Joe and Monkey) has been listed as one of the people under the hammer once again. Webcomics in Print quickly grabbed him on Friday for a quick interview about the Blooker Prize and the future of Joe and Monkey.
Also this weekend saw the UK Web & Mini Comix Thing 2007 take place with such webcomics as Bunny, Little Gamers, Beaver & Steve and RPG-TV donning the tables. Mike Rouse-Deane (reviewer of Webcomics in Print) details his experience in his LiveJournal Blog. A Flickr group has also been set up to document the experience for those who have photos of the event.
Always thought you knew everything that happened this year in the news? Webcomics in Print is testing your brain with its first annual Big Bad Webcomic Quiz. With 50 questions spanning the entire year's news, events and even a few trivia questions, do you think you can figure out the answers in time? You've only got until New Years Day before the answers are revealled… Good Luck!
Webcomics in Print is celebrating Christmas like Christmas should, with a massive 12 prize donation drive to gain funds to bring all kinds of awesome (and more books) to its pages.
For each Â£1 people donate, one name goes into the bucket (alas we have no hat). From the 13th December – 24th December, each day one name gets picked from the bucket and one of the prizes wings its way to the winner abeit after Christmas most likely, but all a surprise as to the contents of what they receive.
The animation, just under 2 minutes, is available to download. Currently creator Ivan Pope is looking to see about making more, that's if people like it!