Submitted by Erik Melander on June 10, 2005 - 14:44
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 8, 2005 - 11:57
I'll be trying to highlight some of the WCCA categories between now and July 3rd when the voting round ends. The nominees for Outstanding Comic this year are Copper by Kazu Kibuishi; Ctrl-Alt-Del by Tim Buckley, Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques, and Scary Go Round by John Allison.
Submitted by kjc on June 7, 2005 - 01:36
We're putting together an article for June on what webcomics are in print.
If you know of any webcomics that have gone to print, post them here.
1. Name of Comic & URL
2. Creators (authors and artists)
3. Links to the books
4. Titles if you know them
5. Publisher if you know it
Kelly J. Cooper
Comixpedia Features Editor
Submitted by Mark Mekkes on June 5, 2005 - 10:44
Nominations for the 2005 Web Cartoonists Choice Awards have been announced and voting for the award winners is open until July 3rd.
Check out all of the 2005 contenders here.
Up for Outstanding Comic this year:
Copper by Kazu Kibuishi
Ctrl-Alt-Del by Tim Buckley
Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques
Scary Go Round by John Allison
Submitted by Erik Melander on February 10, 2005 - 18:45
PopImage has a roundtable on the upcoming Flight Vol.2 anthology, that will be available in March. Several webcomic creators contribute stories to the anthology and among the participants in the roundtable was Kazu Kibuishi, Amy Kim Ganter, Hope Larson and Kean Soo.
A full list of contributors is available at the Flight website
Through the Looking Back Glass: 2004 Is No More
Everyday of every month, news from the world of webcomics sweeps past us and we don't always have time to make sense of it all. In this new monthly column, our very own Erik Melander tracks down the headlines of the most recent month gone by and connects the dots for you in snappy prose.
When we discussed the Year in Review issue it seemed like it would be a natural to write a list of people in webcomics for the year. But what to call it? Most of the time when media magazines talk about people in film, television, music or what-have-you, they can call their articles "The Power List..." or the "The It List..." because, well, those media have power and star power. Webcomics have those things, but alas, still in smaller quantities.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 16, 2004 - 10:59
Here's a question - name someone you thought made a big impact in webcomics this year - either artistically, in business or any other way you think was important. It could be because of something the person did this year alone or it could be of things they kept on doing.
Submitted by Anonymous on August 9, 2004 - 00:01
August 9, 2004-- The Webcomics Examiner August issue premieres today with a new feature and a new writer.
Listed in our 'reviews' section is an inauspicious item, 'Snapshots' by the Examiner staff. This is a gateway to a page of short reviews covering a wider range of comics beyond those generally receiving feature-length treatment.
A new face on the reviewing front is Miguel Estrugo, best known for his comic series Alice Otter.
The Webcomics Examiner is a monthly forum of reviews, interviews, and critical articles evaluating webcomics as a fine art. The free-access website is at http://webcomicsreview.com.
The latest issue features an interview with The Circle Weave creator Indigo Kelleigh, and an animated cover by Melbourne artist Kirrily Schell. It includes critical reviews of 'Louis: Red Letter Day' by Metaphrog, 'Scary Go Round' by John Allison, 'Copper' by Kazu Kibuishi, 'Framed' by Damonk, 'Desert Rocks' by JJ Naas, and 'The Gods of Arr-Kelaan' by Chuck Rowles. The Snapshots column focuses on artists associated with the upcoming print anthology Flight.
Press contact: Joe Zabel,
Kelly J Cooper's Most Excellent Comic-Con Adventures
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