Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 26, 2003 - 11:46
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 22, 2003 - 15:47
This is the first of a series of forum interviews with questions taken from our readers. R Stevens, the creator behind Diesel Sweeties, has combined the extreme look of pixelation with the bizarre concept of a former porn star dating a robot. The cast has expanded since those first strips about Clango and Maura, including people R Stevens has admitted are based on real life people. Since starting, he's had a brief try at a strip on Modern Tales (Kid Clango), started a monthly club for goodies (the Clango Club) and self-published his archives as a paper book with a shiny, shiny cover.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 27, 2003 - 12:07
Achewood has been having a week chock full of guest artists like James Kochalka, Jeff Rowland and John Allison.
His comic has been compared to Seinfeld - and he's done a week of "crossover" strips to prove it. John Allison, the creator behind Bobbins and Scary Go Round, hasn't always had it as easy as Seinfeld. Allison ended Bobbins, hosted on KeenSpot, to move to Modern Tales with Scary Go Round.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 25, 2003 - 12:47
David Schumacher has released version 7.2 of ATP Autosite. ATP is a "site automation script" that automates many tasks needed to update a daily (or less frequent) webcomic site.
ATP allows for archive navigation through back/next links, monthly calendar links, and a drop-down menu. Version 7.2 adds new features such as providing for a comic "title" and allowing for daily text with the comic to be archived.
2010 Update: David site stopped updating around 2003 and he pulled all versions of ATP from the site. Not sure if there's another source for ATP available. The only major site I'm aware of still using ATP is John Allison's Scary Go Round.
Submitted by dunk on February 12, 2003 - 17:24
John Allison's latest bit of brilliance is about to hit print!
Looks, Brains & Everything, the first Scary Go Round collection is now available for pre-order. And as if that weren't good enough, the first 200 people to pre-order will apparently get their names in the back of the book for posterity. It's 128 full-color pages, and packed with creepy goodness (or so rumour has it).