Submitted by mckenzee on March 6, 2006 - 21:18
Interesting. I didn't really need a new forum for self-expression, but knowing myself, I won't be able to avoid it.
What's happening? Um...
I'm putting together the Sinister Bedfellows: Anthology, still waiting on stories from Colleen of Fluff in Brooklyn and Eric of Websnark.
I'll be at MomoCon in two weeks. I might even have a place to sleep :)
I'm #8 on the Comixpedia Top List, which makes me question the methodology.
I keep callling people by the wrong names, due, I hope, to the medication I've been on and NOT brain damage from the high fevers.
Submitted by Uncle Ghastly on March 6, 2006 - 20:07
Okay, the new layout for the forums is totally confusing and I much prefered the old sidebar that showed me what threads were recently commented on.
Submitted by Greg Carter on February 16, 2006 - 15:00
Atlanta webcomic creators Jennie Breeden (The Devil's Panties), Greg Carter (No Frailty), and Elliot Dombo (Legend of Terrar) will be in the Artist Alley at Techwood Con, Friday-Sunday, February 17-19, 2006. There will be gaming galore. Friday night is a FREE preview of the weekend fun.
Submitted by Greg Carter on January 30, 2006 - 22:47
Submitted by Richard Stone on November 27, 2005 - 20:59
What systems are out there now that people are using to serve as their comic archive?
Detective, suspense, parlor game, crime, noir, police proceduralâ€¦ these are all different ways to slice the mystery genre. But how to organize the Mystery WEBCOMICS? Alphabetically by title? By author? By sub-genre? Or perhaps semi-randomly, as the whim takes me? Yep. That'll do.
Submitted by Al Schroeder on October 27, 2005 - 13:43
I'm 52 today, Oct. 27th...born in 1953. Anybody older doing webcomics?
Submitted by Uncle Ghastly on September 8, 2005 - 18:18
According to the stats for August, almost 75% of the readers of my webcomic are using Mozilla. 23% are using IE and the remaining 2% are an assortment of other 3rd party browsers. Not long ago it was roughly a 50-50 Mozilla/IE split. I guess this means Mozilla is going to be the browser I design future incarnations of the site around (not that it wasn't already since it's the browser I use). An
Submitted by trs on July 8, 2005 - 18:45
Many comics start out as some kids' hobby, I know mine did. As time passes, you become better (at least you hope you do) and you start fleshing out your characters. You've been building that house that is the storyline in your head when you finally look back, only to find out that you made the foundation out of pebbles and ducttape.
Submitted by pclips on June 16, 2005 - 13:21
Hey besides Bad Blood, Chopping Block and Midnight Macabre, what are some good comics for a site for fans of horror movies to link to?