Submitted by pclips on March 7, 2006 - 15:47
Submitted by Aleph on March 7, 2006 - 15:20
This is just to let folks know that our agami break is over and the third arc cover just went up. There is no posting schedule for Malakhim, so those who link in, please adjust your links accordingly. I usually manage to do at least one update a week but the best way to describe us is 'As-completed'. RSS for the win! If there is an RSS feed we're not compatible with or not using that you'd like us to comply with, please let us know via the webmaster email.
We'll be putting out a new set of buttons and banners to go with the new arc in the next couple of weeks.
And yes, the cover art is the same quality I'm striving for in the comic itself.
Submitted by spargs on March 7, 2006 - 14:10
My own blog hey -
Time for some uninformed opinions, presented as straight fact.
People who read Digi-comic are, on average, much smarter than people who don't.
This just makes sense. I fact I believe I read a University of Wollongong study recently (in some reputable publication) that also confirmed these findings.
Submitted by Greg Carter on March 7, 2006 - 12:33
MomoCon is an anime/manga/webcomic/more convention in the Georgia Tech Student Center in Atlanta, March 18-19.
And, yes, admission is FREE.
Lots of webcomic and comic folks will be there including, Jennie Breeden, Gina Biggs, mckenzee, Bill Holbrook, Andy Runton, J Chris Campbell, the whole UpDown Studio gang (including me!), Purrsia Press, Terminus Media, and lots more.
I did say admission and parking are free, right?
Submitted by The William G on March 7, 2006 - 12:19
There are people who are wondering why I didn't update It's About Girls on Monday... Well, I tell yah why:
My internet is gone, I dont know why and the man will visit my home tomorrow, and I'm typing this from a smoke-filled PC room.
I shoulda taken some pics of this place and posted them to show you MY HELL!
Submitted by tynic on March 7, 2006 - 00:45
Rocket Surgery Comics is running a guest week from March 6th to March 10th. The week kicks off with the excellent art of John Lee (Suburban Tribe) and the disturbing musings of Andrew Hussie (Team Special Olympics).
Submitted by Kiba on March 7, 2006 - 00:21
It time to rumble!
The forum used to be active. Let us bring activity to our beloved forum!
I encourge my fellow comixpedia readers to make the forum what it was once again! A lively webcomic community full of interesting discussion, debates, and among other things.
So, LET POST LIKE CRAZY!
Submitted by rabbitpie on March 6, 2006 - 22:40
Wow Comixpedia looks so Web 2.0 now!
I love how EVERY SINGLE WEB SITE IN EXISTENCE now lets you publish a "blog". Seriously, I have about 15 of these things now, and I have enough trouble updating one...
Submitted by mckenzee on March 6, 2006 - 21:18
Interesting. I didn't really need a new forum for self-expression, but knowing myself, I won't be able to avoid it.
What's happening? Um...
I'm putting together the Sinister Bedfellows: Anthology, still waiting on stories from Colleen of Fluff in Brooklyn and Eric of Websnark.
I'll be at MomoCon in two weeks. I might even have a place to sleep :)
I'm #8 on the Comixpedia Top List, which makes me question the methodology.
I keep callling people by the wrong names, due, I hope, to the medication I've been on and NOT brain damage from the high fevers.
Submitted by Wednesday Burns-White on March 6, 2006 - 20:17
Creating your own hilarious Chick tract, or rewriting the dialogue for an existing one, rarely ever works as well as you think it might. It's difficult to come up with effective subjects that haven't been worn smooth by uncreative teenaged Discordians. And, if you're going to roll your own, which of the art styles do you use? (There's at least three main ones.) Which lettering phase seems just right?