Welton Colbert, the world self-renowned comic reviewer, and retired cartoonist, is having a guest week.
Have you ever wanted Welton to review your work? Here's your chance. Draw a comic about Welton reviewing your comic. That's right, you get to review your own strip.
Things have been picking up for Welton. From his humble beginnings at RyanEstrada.com, he's moved onto the Webcomics Examiner, Comixpedia, Webcartoonist's Choice Awards, Webcomic Telethon, Adult Webcomic Telethon, Whispered Apologies, Squid and Ink, and many more.
But that's way too much work for an old man like Welton. So many webcomics to review, so little interest in reviewing them.
Crazy old Ryan Estrada is back up to his old tricks. Right now, to help finance his big move to India, he’s auctioning off a custom 24 hour comic. He’ll do a 24 pager about whatever you want, send you the original art, and give you the rights to publish it. You can send a title, a story idea, or even send a link to your comic or character, and get a 24 page guest strip. Click here to get all the info or to bid. Continue Reading
This month, many participants in the Daily Grind participated in "Draw like another grinder" week. Inspired by the occasion, Welton did a long overdue review of everybody's favorite Ironman Challenge.
Due to technical difficulties with the print run, if you go to ryanestrada.com this week you can read Ped X-ing: a 168 Hour Comic free. The comic and explanation are here. Continue Reading
Ped X-ing, my
168 175 Hour Comic, is now available in print. The book is 208 pages,including the 168 hour comic the 7 hour introduction comic, and all of the guest art (including a new comic, “Ped X-ing a’la France” by my sister) Continue Reading
Tymothi Godek has comics in a wide array of styles and techniques at his site The Yellow Light. Most notable are his WCCA-nominated infinite canvas comics, created with Markus Muller's Infinite Canvas application.
This month's summer-themed extravaganza, Welton Colbert reviews Whispered Apologies in an all-Ryan webcomic collaboration!
This month, Welton Colbert takes a look at Squid and Ink, the upcoming monthly anthology featuring new comics from a number of extremely talented cartoonists. And Welton.
Welton Colbert was once respected and feared all at once as both a comics creator, and a sequential arts historian. He has come out of retirement to share his wealth of knowledge with a new generation of artists. This month, Welton takes a look at the place where unbridled creativity and friendly competition collide, Strip Fight.
Old School meets new school as Welton Colbert comes to ComixTALK to tell you kids today about a time when being a cartoonist meant something. This month, Welton interviews Andrea Peterson, creator of No Rest for the Wicked.