Submitted by Vas Littlecrow Wojtanowicz on September 15, 2011 - 10:33
I was pretty thrilled with myself. I redrew three more pages of the first 24 of Rasputin Barxotka that desperately need it. I can't wait until that's done. Mandarr and Paul are getting the week off. They totally earned it. :D
Submitted by Vas Littlecrow Wojtanowicz on September 13, 2011 - 08:56
(NSFW) In today's Rasputin's Angels, DJ Dmitri faces the awkward situation of having to introduce his stepmom at the Gentlemen's Club:
Submitted by Vas Littlecrow Wojtanowicz on September 12, 2011 - 12:05
Submitted by Pear-pear on August 7, 2011 - 13:57
In anticipation of the 100th comic, I spent some time this week on the Pear-Pear site, with two goals: creating a functioning archive page in keeping with the site's aesthetic; and a slight redesign of the feedback page. I also explored the possibility of finally creating an online store, but that may have to wait...not yet financially viable.
Submitted by Pear-pear on August 5, 2011 - 12:15
So, the 99th cartoon is up, and I'm running out of time to figure out what the benchmark of 100 cartoons will mean. I have a couple ideas, but most of them just revolve around getting the comic's website up to its full, promised potential.
Like, you know--actually having a functioning archive page, or anything for sale on the store page. It'd be about time! The comic's in its 4th year.
Another idea that Erin and I have been kicking around is to put out a book. That wouldn't be ready by the time I put out the 100th comic (hopefully soon), but it's definitely something I want to pursue in the near future.
Submitted by Pear-pear on July 25, 2011 - 11:17
Pear-Pear is probably considered dead by most of the people who used to follow it, but I am determined to at least resolve the current arc. Even if I am only updating twice a year at this point.
Of course, I don't want to be updating that infrequently. So, I'm hoping that my new project, which motivated my wife and I to reorganize part of the bedroom into a workspace for graphic art, can throw off a little extra energy in the Pear-Pear direction.
The theory is, now that I have a space, desk, a drafting table, and a computer devoted to cartooning/graphic art, Pear-Pear comics are all that much more likely to happen.
Submitted by Brian Moore on June 3, 2011 - 10:30
Hello Comixtalk! I made a short comic report on my trip to the National Cartoonists Society 65th Annual Reuben Awards, which took place over Memorial Day weekend in Boston.
Submitted by Brayo M on April 26, 2011 - 13:30
God' son makes a comeback to earth. In the form of a pint sized, 12 year old psycologist. He soon discovers we are all mad....some more than others!
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on February 21, 2011 - 02:22
Cloud 9 Comix is Australia’s first digital comic book publisher. Collecting the best of independent comics from all six continents, Cloud 9 Comix delivers some of the favorite titles from Italy, France, Croatia, India, Argentina, Australia, USA and many other countries, with a number of titles fully translated and adapted into English language for the very first time.
"We are big fans of the international comic book scene and we will bring a number of classic Italian fumetti, French BD, as well as titles from Asia and South America to the digital platform, starting with the iPad and following up with Android and other platforms in the coming months”, says founder Benjamin Slabak. “Furthermore, we will work with and support independent comic book authors and small publishers in making their titles available to an audience that’s wider than ever before. A myriad of digital tablets and e-reader devices are slated for release during 2011 and we expect the digital comic book scene to experience a boom in 2011”.