Welton Colbert returns to the pages of ComixTalk for a very special day! And we're not telling why it's special! You'll just have to figure it out for yourself – click on for the comic!
Welton Colbert must have mistaken the "Old School" theme for "Old News" because his topic today is a response to something that happened months ago. But when has Welton ever been up on the times?
Artist, animator, adventurer and Comixpedia contributor Ryan Estrada has started an evil scheme to introduce webcomics to the 9 million+ registered users of Livejournal. Starting January 18th, weekly installments of his new series Frank: The Comic Strip will appear at livejournal.com. The series will follow the online adventures of the lj mascot Frank the Goat. Continue Reading
As a new year dawns, many look to the future. But for a man as stuck in the past as Welton Colbert, it is impossible to look to the future without looking to the past. Therefore, we present to you this collection of vintage rants, recently unearthed from the Colbert archive.
These webcomic kids today, they just love drawing other people's comics for them. They can't make their own updates, but they seem to make time to make other people's. Well heck, if they wanna do my work for me for a week, that's fine by me.Guest week? Pah! Back in my day, you drew your own comics. You didn't let just anyone go around drawing your comics for you. Why, if you found out someone else was drawing your comics, you'd take them to court! And back then you didn't take them to some namby pamby courthouse, where you'd whine to a judge and he'd make them give you money, no sir, back then you'd take 'em to a courtyard, so you could challenge them to a duel. Continue Reading
You may have noticed that last week, Zampzon and Daku, hosts of the webcomics podcast "Digital Strips," were trying their darndest to snag an interview with Welton Colbert. Well, they finally got a hold of the old coot. The following comic rendition of the interview that took place was written by Estrada and Zampzon, and illustrated by Zampzon and Estrada.
Earlier this week, there was a bit of a dispute between Penny Arcade and attorney Jack Thompson about Jack’s offer to pay ten thousand dollars to any game company who would make and release his game about the brutal murder of people in the gaming industry. When someone did, Jack said that the offer was merely satire, and he did not intend to make the donation.
The Penny Arcade boys decided to be the better men, and with nothing more than a brief mention buried beneath their latest news post, made the 10,000 dollar donation themselves, in Jack’s name. That’s class.