Submitted by Faith on May 13, 2009 - 18:18
So last weekend was the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, and I was there. I tend to make myself pretty sick at conventions, either through not eating or not sleeping or whatever, so I was all impressed with myself that I managed to make it through this convention realitively unscathed ... until I had an allergic reaction to something on Sunday morning, and by late Monday my left eye had swelled up to enormous proportions. GROSS! Wanna see? Fortunately some drugs have helped things, but I've never had that happen before, so it was freaky.
Submitted by Faith on January 18, 2008 - 23:50
Hey, guess which shaky cam monster movie was sold out? If you guessed 27 Dresses, you'd be wrong. So thus a night on the town quickly evaporated to everyone standing around muttering "so what do you want to do?" "I dunno, what do you want to do?" Well, I thought I'd come home and write a crack-tastic entry about my wild (okay, this is me, and I consider plaid socks "wild") signing at The Beguiling over Christmas. Yes, a little late in the writing, but I wanted to do a long and cracktastic entry, and hadn't had the fortitude to do it before now. So anyway!
The spirit of cooperation is alive and well in webcomics. In that spirit, this month we present five stories that exemplify the value of cooperation: Agnes Quill, Vulture Gulch, Rip & Teri, After Days of Passion and The Archeologists.
A host of cartoonists will descend upon the Toronto Reference Library - meet Svetlana Chmakova, J. Torres, Scott Chantler, Ed Northcot, Ramon Perez and Eric Kim. Details here.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 16, 2006 - 09:58
Hey don't forget - we got lots of good stuff already in the June magazine - check out the list of articles here.
Stephen Crowley's Magellan has made its archives free on account of its nomination for a WCCA in the Super-Hero/Action category.
Gary Chaloner is selling some of his artwork plus some comics (not his) from his personal collection. Gary is the writer/artist behind the John Law series.
A short interview with James Kochalka on music and comics.
Submitted by hirovox on May 4, 2006 - 18:18
Hi all! This is my first webcomic...although not my first comic. It's called Battle Academy. It's a family strip for kids aged 8-12, and deals with a martial arts public school. Pretty fun stuff! Anyways, I hope you all check it out...take care!