Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 26, 2006 - 22:15
I've loaded up some logos I had from the archives of Comixpedia. Check 'em out here. I just don't have time to load individual comic logos but I would really like help with collecting logos from creator collectives, webcomic publishers and other brands connected with webcomics in some way. If you're the owner of such an icon or brand and wouldn't mind a little more exposure here at Comixpedia send me the graphic (or better a link to the graphic's URL) so I can load it to our gallery here (and use in subsequent posts).
Don't forget I'm also looking for creator photos for the site (these also get used in posts at this site).
We'll also be using these images for the encyclopedia at comixpedia.org.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 18, 2006 - 10:14
There's been a delay in WCCA Nomination Round voting, but Final Round voting dates will not change.
This month is supposed to be the movies&webcomics issue, right? Here's Fleen on a wishlist for webcomic movies.
Congrats to MacHall's Ian McConville who graduated recently with a Fine Arts degree from Bowling Green.
The Pulse on webcomics: REVA SHARP'S SYNCHRONISM, Z CENAC'S KALMER UNWRITTEN, JOHN MIERS' KOTUBA, LIZ GREENFIELD's STUFF SUCKS , ANDREW KAIKO'S NORM AND CORY, PENNY SCOTT'S COMING FULL CIRCLE, and ROBERT BURKE RICHARDSON'S ELF-HELP.
Elijah Brubaker is drawing 50 superheroes. And makes snarky comments about it.
I added more updates to the videos related to comics post below.
And a bit random but this new search engine SNAP is kind of cool - it displays a screenshot in its results.
Submitted by cm_evans on May 23, 2005 - 12:32
Reva Sharp of The Epilogue provides us the second to last (shoetastic?) update of the May 2005 Comixpedia Weekly Cartoon Jam for May 2005. Stay tuned for the final installment coming at the end of next week!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 26, 2005 - 00:40
with major apologies to the Nails
Meredith Gran was a superhero girl
and I was afraid of a girl like that.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 28, 2005 - 18:06
Only a couple of episodes in the archives so far but for a literary geek like myself, The Epilogue by Reva Sharp is a clever idea filled with boundless possibilities. Taking place in the afterlife, the comic is filled with characters based on famous writers like Mark Twain, e.e. cummings, Slyvia Plath, etc.
The art is a bit... rough at this point and not every strip has delivered actual funny, but I'm just so taken with the concept that I can overlook that for now. Be sure to check it out.