Brion Foulke is the creator of Flipside, a webcomic he describes as, "[A] story about relationships, sex, and compromise. It's a romantic fantasy adventure with a lot of action, and a small dose of horror." I got a chance to interview Brion via email this month.
Gianna Masetti is the creator of The Noob, which started back in 2004. It both presents and parodies the MMORPG genre of video games. I got a chance to interview Gianna via email between her travels to Italy last month.
Alex Kolesar and Joseph Kovell are the creators behind the historical action comedy webcomic No Need for Bushido. I got a chance to interview them via email last month.
Scott Christian Sava is the creator of the fantasy webcomic, The Dreamland Chronicles. Drawn in a 3-D art style, the tale of Alexander Carter's adventures in his dreams alternates with him and his brother's attempts to find out the meaning of Dreamland itself. I got a chance to interview Sava via email recently and ask about his life as a webcomics creator.
Jenny Romanchuk is the creator of The Zombie Hunters, a webcomic about a world filled with zombies and a team of outcasts who hunt them. Romanchuk has actually gone beyond a simple premise to creating a full-fledged world here, spinning out rules for the zombies and the society of humans who remain. It's a little gory at times but a great story.
I got a chance to interview her this month and really, what other day woud be better to post this on then Halloween?
Phil Foglio, along with Kaja Foglio, creates the wonderful steampunk-flavored science fantastical webcomic, Girl Genius. Given all of the characters dressed up in alternate-Victorian clothes and wonderful steam-age gadgetry in the comic, it seemed extra appropriate to post this interview with Phil to the site today.
Earlier this month, I interviewed Chris Hallbeck who does the weirdly funny webcomic The Book Of Biff. More recently, I found out that he was a finalist in this year's Bomb Shelter Webcomic Idol contest. A bit of a fortuitous coincidence and reason enough to hustle this one onto the website.
Chris Hazelton is the creator of Misfile, a webcomic about, well, a celestial misfiling of epic proportions and the angelic clerk who tries to clean it all up. It's a great premise and Hazelton has been spinning it out on the web for more than four years now.
I got a chance to interview Chris via email this month.
Zap! is a science fiction webcomic hosted on Keenspot. Written by Chris Layfield and drawn by Pascalle Lepas since 2003, the webcomic has continued to improve, particularly on the visual side. (Don't despair the lengthy archives, there is a great overview of the storylines for new readers who want to quickly get up to speed).
I got a chance to interview Chris and Pascalle by email this month.
Greg Poulos and John Chouinard are the creators of the new webcomic Chronillogical, a webcomic about time-traveling graduate students. Greg handles the writing and John creates the art for the strip. It's a relatively new webcomic, but already one I check in on a regular basis. I got a chance to interview Greg and John via email this month.