Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 20, 2004 - 13:46
To enter Fright Night 6 take Jon Morris' starter panel and expand it into a creepy comic all your own. Load the finished comic to your own server and send us the URL up to Sunday, October 24th at Midnight. BWHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!
Two entrants will win somethng concrete - one picked by Jon will win the original art for the panel and one picked by Comixpedia readers will win some promotional time on Comixpedia throughout November. But all entrants will be winners in the hearts of Comixpedians everywhere!
It's not too late!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 12, 2004 - 12:36
Fright Night No. 6 is underway and if you haven't signed up yet now is the time for all webcomickers interested in some Halloween fun to SIGN UP!
Participants will get plenty of attention on Comixpedia and two folks will win: one lucky participant will win win the original art for this year's starter panel by the infamous Jon Morris and a second lucky participant will be chosen by the fine readers at Comixpedia, and receive free banner impressions for the month of November!
All you've got to do is draw your own comic using Jon's starter panel, upload it to your site (sorry folks, but space is limited around here), and send us the url before October 24. To play, send us your name and url to email@example.com, and get cracking!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 8, 2004 - 12:18
The Fright Night Project No. 6 needs you! Click to get a copy of the Jon "Jeremy" Morris starter panel and turn it into your own webcomic work of horror, mayhem or comedy. We'll be showing of all off the entries at Comixpedia and one winner will get the original artwork from Jon Morris.
Also don't forget to check out the latest installment of the Weekly Webcomic Jam this Sunday!
Submitted by dunk on October 8, 2004 - 07:41
It's here folks, or actually, it's in that drop-down box above (the one called "Special Projects".
Three participants already, and some really kick-@$$ artwork up for grabs from webcomic's own Dr. Frankenstein, Jon Morris!
Submitted by CalamityJon on October 6, 2004 - 15:29
BOO! HALLOWEEN STORIES, an annual October tradition from the pens of Manning Leonard Krull (Jerkbox & Punk'nhead, Silicon Valley of the Kings) and Calamity Jon Morris (Jeremy, Open Book) is BACK FROM THE DEAD for its third consecutive year!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 4, 2004 - 23:46
Bill Duncan and Jon Morris have been working hard... to bring you Fright Night 6! We had so much fun with hosting Fright Night last year that we had to do it again. Click away to get all the details on this year's webcomic making contest. The big deadline for entries is October 24th.
And don't forget the third weekly webcomic jam has now begun! Be sure to check out the latest updates every Sunday.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 25, 2004 - 12:05
Modern Tales has been presenting Open Book by Jon Morris (Morris did the April cover for Comixpedia). This webcomic started on Jon's own site but it continues on MT. An anthology of short stories, this work seems to clarify the "jon-morrisness" of his work even more than his initial work on Jeremy, simply because he is moving around topics and genres now yet still preserving the dream-like coloring, the cartoonish yet emotionally expressive characters, including a great knack for getting dialogue right.
If you haven't been following this it's worth putting on your to-do list.
Syndicates, groups, hubs, and collectives.
Despite the fact that few of them ever meet face to face, webcomickers seem to crave community and camaradie. To this end, some webcomickers seek out like-minded creators, and form groups. Some of these groups are meant to do little more than offer comfort and a sense of community, while others are meant to expand reader bases, and occasionally even make money.
This feature takes offers a snapshot of some of the perks and drawbacks of collectives, and then offers a list of these joined creative masses in the event that you've just been itching to be assimilated by someone... anyone.
Submitted by CalamityJon on February 25, 2004 - 15:41
See that little guy in the avatar to your right, there? Well, he's back!
After a year-long hiatus (excepting a brief comic-book appearance last Halloween), Jon Morris' nine-year old conglomerate of criminal corpse parts, Jeremy, returns to the web with an all-new weekly series of strips.
New strips have been running since the beginning of February, so there are a coupla to catch up on already.