Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on July 30, 2009 - 16:16
Al Schroeder and several other creators of superhero-themed webcomic have been running a months' long cross-over story called The CROSSOVERLORD. the planning and plotting for this must have been immense. The characters involved in The Crossoverlord comic include Mechagical Girl Lisa A.N.T., DASIEN, Dead Debbie of INDEFENSIBLE POSITIONS, the WCCA-award-winning GREEN AVENGER, LIGHTBRINGER, and MINDMISTRESS.
Al wrote in that today there's a big reveal in the ongoing story for THE CROSSOVERLORD so it's a good time to dig into the archives and catch up if you're not already reading.
Submitted by Al Schroeder on March 17, 2009 - 08:40
In Celebration of St. Patrick's Day, we at the CROSSOVERLORD are proud to announce a new addition to the core "team"...
Submitted by Al Schroeder on March 17, 2009 - 08:29
New girl in town...meet (again) the GREEN AVENGER!
Submitted by Al Schroeder on December 23, 2008 - 10:07
In the Dec. 23rd update of the CROSSOVERLORD we have not only a guest cameo from Wonderella but the return of the WCCA-award winning GREEN AVENGER with a page done by the Green Avenger's creator, Abby Lark!
This is all a special Crossoverlord Christmas present to our readers, and fans of both Wonderella and The Green Avenger! (And yes, Abby assures us that TGA will be returning ... eventually.)
Submitted by NightgigTim on November 13, 2008 - 17:35
Drawn from sources that are recently back from NYC…
ComxTalk has an interview with Abby L. of The Green Avenger.
Creepy returns to MySpace DHP.
Hereville creator Barry Deutsch has signed a book deal with Harry N. Abrams to publish Hereville as a graphic novel.
Johas Diego talks tools of the trade on Webcomics.com.
Michael Schlosky, creator of Mikey’s Life, [...]
Submitted by fesworks on August 29, 2008 - 10:53
Episode 39 - Restarting Your Webcomic: Tara of Galaxion joins Fes, Aaron, and Tanya as we go over reasons and “how-to”s of restarting your webcomic. We also get Jason Wilson of Smuggling Vacation on to discuss some “controversy” that came from his print comic. And David Willis of Shortpacked introduces our show this week.