Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 23, 2006 - 22:47
A big thank you to our current advertisers: the webcomics Bitter Enders and Onezumi Dot Com; the hosting and automation service, Webcomics Nation; and The Webcomics List which provides updates and profiles for over 6000 webcomics.
Submitted by PhilKahn on November 3, 2005 - 23:36
170 photos of pure glory are now up for everyone to see from this year's UberCon. Featured within are such folks as Rich Burlew, Pete Abrams, Rob Balder, Jennie Breeden, The Onezumi Crew, T. Campbell and myself. Enjoy.
I'm having trouble taking it all in. It was an amazing experience. I'm still shutting my eyes and taking myself back to the time I spent there, with all the good times I had and all the new friends I made.
There are three important things to know for reading this: I have never been to a gaming convention before. I have never been to New Jersey before. And I have never been a guest to a con before. So bearing those things in mind, here's my report...
Submitted by harknell on August 11, 2005 - 11:42
Another Otakon update: Onezumi, the creator of the webcomic Onezumi.com will be a panelist on the "Turning Fanart into a Business" panel on Friday, August 19th at 10:00AM. In addition, Onezumi will be at her Dealers Room table during the con giving live art tutorial lessons and answering questions about webcomic production and business practices. There are also rumors that the Onezumi.com fanclub might be wandering around giving out free candy.
Mitch Clem has formally rebooted his webcomic, The Coffee Achievers with new artist Joe Dunn. Dunn is redoing all of the existing TCA strips as well as working with Clem on new installments. For now the team is posting a full chapter a week each Wednesday (Chapter One is up) but new daily installments will begin on August 29th.
Man Man brings the grammar humor!
And everyone's linkin' to this Daniel Clowes interview so I guess we will too.
Submitted by harknell on June 23, 2005 - 11:55
Onezumi.com's latest giveaway contest is up and it's directed toward their audience of Anime fans. The contest, which ends Tuesday June 28th at midnight, is for a copy of the Special Edition Armitage: Dual Matrix Lunchbox set. This set comes with a Lunchbox, Armitage figure, and the DVD movie. For details and to enter the contest, go to the Onezumi forum.
Onezumi.com is a webcomic site that specializes in art tutorials and forums dedicated to helping out new webcomic creators and digital artists.
Submitted by Onezumi on May 20, 2005 - 11:08
Onezumi and Harknell just got a few copies of World of Warcraft in over at the Onezumi.com HQ. They are giving away a free copy of WoW (which works on both PC and Mac) and a gift card that allows you to play online for free for 3 additional months. (4 months total.) Join them! The Webcomics will conquer WoW!
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 harknell on April 22, 2005 - 08:28
This weekend is the end of the latest Onezumi.com giveaway contest. This monthâ€™s giveaway is an Onezumi.com Customized iPod shuffle to the lucky winner of their forum entry contest. What better way to store your art files and also relax with a few tunes? The iPod and all of the iPod packaging materials will be hand customized to match the Onezumi.com website by Onezumi herself. The easy entry rules and announcement are here. For more info on the contest and site please "Read More".
Submitted by harknell on March 24, 2005 - 00:25
The Onezumi.com Webcomic is giving away yet another item to a lucky reader of their webcomic. This monthâ€™s Giveaway is an Onezumi.com Customized iPod shuffle to the lucky winner of their forum entry contest. What better way to store your art files and also relax with a few tunes? The iPod and all of the iPod packaging materials will be hand customized to match the Onezumi.com website by Onezumi herself. Here is the official announcement and the Entry Rules are here.
There is no hidden catch or crazy marketing scheme. Click here to see the Onezumi.com privacy and usage policy. Onezumi and Harknell hate when they get spam, so they will never spam you or sell your information. As always, all you have to do is read their site and be creative. Click beyond the jump to learn more about Onezumi and Harknell.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 22, 2005 - 15:38
We're going to try a new thing next month - one of the articles will be a survey of webcomics in the theme of the issue. Next month we'll try and highlight briefly a bunch of webcomics by women that we think our worth checking out -
We'd love your suggestions to check out now before we write the article - just reply here with name and URL.