Submitted by Greg Carter on March 24, 2005 - 15:54
MomoCON(link) is a free anime and gaming convention in Atlanta, Georgia, this weekend, March 26-27, 2005. A major focus of the convention this year is webcomics, with many authors as guests.
Submitted by Joey Manley on December 11, 2004 - 00:17
This goes for anybody who is using phpBB2 to run a forum. You need to upgrade to the latest version: phpBB 2.011 -- NOW!!! There is a serious security flaw in earlier versions.
They have a patch file, as well as a full install you can download.
I'm not sure if the "patch" can be applied to a pn/phpBB hybrid like you've got going on here on Comixpedia, but there is a way to at least close the most important security hole in phpBB2 by changing one line of code.
Here's the info on how to plug the hole without using the actual patch:
Here's where to get the patch, if that'll work for your installation:
Submitted by GregUSA on November 23, 2004 - 18:10
The East Meets South Anime Convention will be held December 3-5 in Anniston, AL. EMS will have the traditional 24-hour anime and gaming, plus many related events.
There will be a webcomics panel at Noon on Saturday featuring Greg Carter, author of no frailtyand founder of UpDown Studio, Jennie Breeden, author of The Devil's Panties, and J. Scism, author of Slumbuzzle.
Submitted by John on March 21, 2004 - 00:36
Are there any Web Comic Aggergators other then Comictastic? I know some comics take advantage of RSS feeds, but I was wondering if there were any webcomic specific aggregators.
Submitted by Bill on July 1, 2003 - 01:28
I was at the Gay Pride Parade in Manhattan on Sunday, and somewhere between the Venezuelan drag queens and the Log Cabin Republicans, I got to thinking: where are the gay webcomics? I read about a dozen strips regularly, and aside from Young Bottoms in Love (currently on hiatus, at http://www.popimage.com) none of them have gay characters.
So when I got home, I plugged “gay webcomics” into a search engine. And lo, a huge list appeared! But the first four I visited were uniformly horrible. Bad writing, bad art, poor web design… just bad.
So I’m looking for some guidance – what’s good and gay? Is there a gay spy comic out there? Are there gay people doing journal comics? (aside from me, that is http://www.billroundy.com/daily32.html)
What do you recommend?
Submitted by patrickfindlay on June 21, 2003 - 20:59
Eeerr OK, so eerrr, whats your favorate drink. Mines root beer. :shock: