On January 8, 2007, three Boxcar
alumnus colleagues gathered under the banner of â€œThe Triple Featureâ€ and launched their first talkcast at TalkShoe.com.
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on April 16, 2007 - 15:33
Be sure to listen to The Triple Feature talkcast tonight at 9:00 PM CST when Tom Brazelton from
Submitted by Black_Kitty on April 5, 2007 - 18:28
Encouraged by the success at Wizard World in LA, Platinum Studios will be organizing more DrunkDuck Artist Alleys this year in three other Wizard World conventions. These three Wizard World Events will be at Philadelphia, Chicago, and Texas.
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on March 26, 2007 - 14:34
Listen to The Triple Feature talkcast at 9:00 PM CST tonight and win free stuff!
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on March 19, 2007 - 11:13
Tonight the gang will be talking about the recent DVD release of Casino Royale and all their favorite Bond movies!
A collective, loosely defined, is any sustained grouping of webcomic creators. What they do together varies greatly from group to group. Some are largely a peer group offering each other critical feedback and encouraging support. Others throw in cross-promotion for each others' work. Some build a collective brand with logos, advertising and a central website. Some share business experience and expertise in areas as varied as merchandise, books, conventions, hosting and website creation.
And what did I find from my research? There's a tremendous number of collectives out there (and that I never want to attempt another "survey" article again). And, oh yeah, checking out collectives can be a great way to find excellent new comics.
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on February 12, 2007 - 13:45
Tune in to The Triple Feature talkcast tonight at 9:00 pm CST when Boxcar Comics members Joe Dunn from Joe Loves Crappy Movies, Gordon McAlpin from Multiplex and Tom Brazelton from Theater Hopper get together to talk about movies and pop culture!
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on January 9, 2007 - 10:54
On January 8, 2007, three Boxcar
It's the third annual Comixpedia People Of Webcomics List. This was the hardest one yet to compile. There's a lot of webcomics and a lot of people doing interesting things in and around webcomics. This list, as in past years, is an odd effort to compare apples and oranges: artistic achievement, audience popularity, technical achievement, business savvy, news-making impact all go into the mix.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 15, 2006 - 12:09
Tastefully Done is a 12 month calendar featuring nude versions of characters from up and coming webcomics by 15 different artists. It is now available for sale at Lulu.com and all proceeds go toward cancer research, specifically to Cancer Research UK - Britain's leading cancer charity, and part of the worldwide effort to find a cure for all forms of cancer.
Submitted by cw on September 4, 2006 - 03:46
One day I wound up shooting a wedding. Not in that "oh my, too many violent video games these days" manner, but in the video manner. Of course, me being "into computers" as everyone else likes to say, I decided to do a little editing on the computer. That stupid poorly shot badly edited craptastic DVD did one thing for me: it got me into editing.
Ever since, IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve had a little crush on the art of editing. It's a sorely under appreciated job - the editor nearly has as much control over the quality of the final product as the director. I never really thought about it in relation to comics though - there's no real direct comparison to be made. Artists don't send five versions of a panel to be sifted through and cropped and chosen to be placed in an ever so particular spot on the page.