Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 16, 2009 - 11:00
Gordon McAlpin wrote to let me know that he'll be on a Kickstarter-themed edition of Fanboy Radio this Sunday. They'll be talking with Gordon about his Kickstater pre-funding effort for a print collection of his webcomic Multiplex. (also on the show will be Yancy Strickler (co-founder of Kickstarter) and Jamie Tanner (a print cartoonist who is funding his second graphic novel through KS))
And in other Kickstarter efforts,Spike has just launched one for a new book called Poorcraft to be written by Spike and drawn by Diana Nock.
Submitted by NightgigTim on October 17, 2008 - 00:36
Submitted by fesworks on October 14, 2008 - 12:08
Fes, Tanya, and Aaron are talking about 24 Hour Comics! We had a few audio irregularities this episode, but please enjoy nonetheless! Tanya also presents us with 6 helpful tips to fail (and some to succeed)!
Submitted by Tim Broderick on October 6, 2008 - 16:01
Took the family up to Minneapolis to visit some old friends and attend Fallcon, a small but growing comicon there.
They took fantastic care of all the creators there, even had someone show me to my table personally. I couldn’t have asked for more.
Submitted by Jerzy on May 2, 2008 - 02:17
Sugary Serials, the all ages, Saturday morning cartoon style web and print comics anthology, has recently completed the web serialization of its seventh issue. At the end of every month we collect that content into a print edition on sale in our IndyPlanet store.
Submitted by fesworks on April 17, 2008 - 22:22
We discuss Jenny Everywhere: the Open source, Public Doman webcomic sensation. The origin, the character, the comics, and the idea. Take a listen to the show and see how you can join the party! Mark Savary brings us a review of Sarah Zero; and Peter Tarkulich gives his impression of The Sealed Gate.
One Milestone this week: Poharex turns 1 year!
Submitted by fesworks on April 11, 2008 - 10:50
Fes, Tanya, and Brett Hainly discuss why we used to review webcomics and why it has worn us numb. Why? Hint: We blame people that never learn. The show runs very long today. Perhaps its because we found so much that pisses us off. Aaron of The Best of What’s Left, a long time contributer to the show has officially become another co-host for the show! On top of that, we decided to go with Mark Savory, of Autumn Lake, to be our new Webcomic Reviewer! Officially! This week he reviews a comic that follows the story of Dracula by Bram Stoker, though it’s done in a furry style! Check out Dracula!