Submitted by El Santo on February 2, 2009 - 20:05
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Submitted by joeychips on September 7, 2007 - 17:09
The first ever Silly Daddy animated cartoon is complete.
This entire short movie was done in the Chiappetta studio by Silly Daddy and his built-in team of child laborers working for under minimum wage. See for yourself.
Submitted by Erg on April 6, 2007 - 16:57
Joey Manley, over here, is talking about a post he made over here, about this book here. And having read all three of these things, I have come to an important realization about comics and why they are not in the "mainstream" even though people are working so hard to legitimize them.
Submitted by Joey Manley on April 5, 2007 - 11:01
Believe it or not, I've just posted a substantial review to GraphicNovelReview.com, after allowing that site to lie fallow for several months. My apologies.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 21, 2006 - 10:57
It's been two years since Comixpedia published an update to our Most Read project which tracked the audience shares of webcomics.
It was difficult to determine readership numbers then, it's just as difficult to conduct any kind of "Internet ratings" now. But it's an extremely useful process for Comixpedia as it helps to ensure that we are not overlooking significantly popular webcomics in our coverage (It is not a prerequisite that a webcomic be "popular" to merit coverage. The strength of readership of a particular webcomic, however, is a legitimate tool for deciding what we should write about). If you have suggestions for future efforts in this area feel free to post a comment here.
Submitted by Ben_Adams on January 11, 2006 - 19:03
A new autobiographical webcomic has hit the scene called Misfit's Journey. It chronicles the life and times of Ben Adams when he was your average Seattle generation-x slacker.
Before he wrote the PRISONOPOLIS miniseries that was praised by COMIC BUYERS GUIDE columnist Tony Isabella ... before he wrote for Joe Zabel's MURDER BY CROWQUILL anthology ... but after he wrote and drew '80s small press comics ... Ben Adams was a Seattle slacker.
Joe Zabel is both a webcomics creator (most recently he finished The Ice Queen: A Trespassers Mystery) and the founder of The Webcomics Examiner. I really enjoyed our conversation - the topics ran all over -- from Joe's webcomic work to Harvey Pekar and journal webcomics to the future for webcomics in general.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 2, 2005 - 00:12
The Small Press Expo is all about the art of the comics medium. Comics from every type of genre, style and format. It's the face of the comics medium without the distortion of the obsessive focus on the superhero genre most comic conventions would give you.
Plus, it's been well infiltrated by webcomics creators.
I spent all of Saturday at the convention this year and at times the floor was fairly crowded. Unfortunately since then I've been away in the Golden State and just didn't have a chance to write up a proper feature on it. So consider this a bit of a rambling remembrance of people, moments and most importantly, comics.
(And there's a lot of pictures after the jump so it'll take more than a second for the full page to load.)
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 21, 2005 - 14:34
SPX is this Friday and Saturday in Bethesday, MD. I'll be there (so will Ryan Estrada!) and actual creators, including Harvey Pekar, by the hundreds!
The Ignatz Award Ceremony will be held Saturday at 9:00 PM.
Unfortunately the SPX site still doesn't seem to have put up a list of the Ignatz nominees or for that matter updated the page on the Ignatz awards. We did, however, write about the nominees for Outstanding Online Comic last week and the full list of nominees were posted on the TCJ Message Boards.
Winners are determined by the attendees at this year's SPX. Read on for the full list of nominees: