Sean C's blog
Submitted by Sean C on July 18, 2008 - 21:40
I recently interviewed DJ Coffman after the latest webcomic drama, talking with the comicker about his new projects, and where he's going post-Platinum. It doesn't touch much on drama, but that's been done to death already anyway. It's over at Way of the Geek, and can be found here.
Submitted by Sean C on January 10, 2008 - 13:50
For the longest time, Iâ€™ve wanted to do a charity comic, sending all the profits to The Jimmy Fund, and now Iâ€™m finally getting it going.
Submitted by Sean C on October 19, 2007 - 17:24
After reading through a staggering 105 submissions, this year's top ten has been chosen for Bomb Shelter Comics' Webcomic Idol. It's a very eclectic group this year, and a very talented one, too. The complete list can be found here:
The voting starts on Sunday, so familiarize yourself with the comics you don't know now. The first round will cut the field in half, so be sure to support your favorite comic!
Submitted by Sean C on September 25, 2007 - 16:45
Bomb Shelter Comics has opened the gates for submissions today, and anyone wanting to enter may do so here.
Good luck to all who enter, and we're looking forward to a great contest this year!
Submitted by Sean C on April 30, 2007 - 22:38
Bomb Shelter Comics and Transplant are throwing down for no reason! The grudge match without a grudge!
So here's where you all come in. The format for this battle will be randomly assigned "themes". We want those to come from a neutral source. So if you wanna say, "road rage" or "monkey in a washing machine", go for it! We're gonna randomly assign them to the participants, so be creative and challenge us.
Submitted by Sean C on April 16, 2007 - 12:09
Cain is Able, my webcomic about the unfortunate anchorman Tate Cain, returns from a near month-long hiatus with a new surprise...it's in color! Can this colorblind creator successfully move from a black and white world to the realm of the color spectrum?
Eh, I'll give it a shot.
Submitted by Sean C on January 11, 2007 - 22:48
After cancelling the Webcomic Idol contest due to voter fraud, Bomb Shelter Comics extended an invitation to all ten finalists to join the collective, and we are proud to announce that One-Liners and Zed Reckoning have joined Amazing Superzeroes, What Birds Know, On the Edge, and Stark Reality in accepting the invitation.
Submitted by Sean C on January 8, 2007 - 11:28
Bomb Shelter Comics has ended the Webcomic Idol contest after discovering new evidence of additional voter fraud. We tried a number of potential solutions to combat the cheaters, but they just kept breaking the system.
Submitted by Sean C on December 1, 2006 - 15:52
Given all the recent fuss over Wikipedia’s history of blatant dismissal of the webcomics medium, I feel the need to express the following, and I think all webcomic creators, both superstar and little guys, should take this to heart.
"Why do we even care about this?"
We do not need Wikipedia.
Submitted by Sean C on October 25, 2006 - 16:32
Bomb Shelter Comics is proud to announce our biggest contest to date - Webcomics Idol. We're taking open submissions now, and after we go through them, we'll narrow the field down to ten finalists. After that, the fun really begins!
The finalists must produce a weekly update to be judged by our esteemed guest judges, who include:
- Tim Demeter - Graphic Smash
- Daku - Digital Strips
- DJ Coffman - Yirmumah, Hero by Night
- A BSC member or two
Each week, the judges will review and critique the finalists based on their updates, and then the public will vote on their favorite. Each week, the comic with the lowest number of votes gets eliminated.