Submitted by Shepherd on February 20, 2009 - 06:35
Well, mixed feelings here.
This is obviously the end of Man-Man, after nearly a decade of Internet-driven madness. I probably shouldnâ€™t say â€œthe end,â€ because James and I may well decide to revisit the world and its characters, but knowing my own track record for following up on dropped projects, I have to be honest and say that there isnâ€™t a huge potential for more runs at olâ€™ Drake.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on July 24, 2007 - 14:31
I built a "library" of webcomics and creators back in the fall of 2005 which I put into beta before realizing it was too much editorial work to deal with and the same information could be better provided through the community edited webcomic wiki - COMIXPEDIA.
Nevertheless looking back on the assortment of names collected (some from me, some sent in from you) I wonder if anyone has any significant updates on these creators 18 months later. Maybe we should interview some of them?
A little love letter to the magazine that could.It's the third anniversary of Comixpedia this issue.
2006 is the fourth year we've been writing about webcomics. We've put out 38 monthly issues of the magazine and published more than 600 reviews, interviews and other articles about webcomics. We've posted more than 2500 news posts (that's not counting the magazine).
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 14, 2005 - 01:00
Matthew Shepherd has teamed up with Roy Boney, Jr. to deliver the comic book mini-series Dead Eyes Open. Boney is the creator of the webcomic, Plugin Boy and Shepherd is the writer for the webcomic Man Man. Dead Eyes Open is a six-issue mini-series from SLG Publishing, debuting in July 2005. Click here for the press release and here for a six page preview.
Submitted by Erik Melander on December 30, 2004 - 11:13
Matthew Shepherd has announced that The License will leave Graphic Smash at the end of the current story arc. Apparently, Shepherd and artist Roy Boney Jr intends to eventually try to get it published in print.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 13, 2004 - 00:56
Razor Comics is a collective of webcomics. They have a few interviews on their hub site with Roy Boney, Jr., creator of Plugin Boy, Matt Johnson, creator of DewClaw and JJ Naas, creator of Desert Rocks.
Matt Shepherd is quite simply the man behind the man-man. An Anglophone living in Quebec, Canada, he was roped up by the Comixpedia crew to become the Special Events editor. From his devious Canadian mind was spawned the latest installment of Fright Night, and the most current machination is the love-infested Blind Date event for the Valentine's period. In this interview, Matt spills the beans on his comic book pasts, and his burning, bilious jealousy of our Editor-in-Chief's things.
Submitted by Anonymous on October 29, 2003 - 23:38
ready to go, but the FN site/FTP access seems to be down right now, and I have to go to bed!
I'm intending to upload at around 6:30 a.m. tomorrow. Hope this doesn't get anybody TOO riled up.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 27, 2003 - 14:27
If you were outside doing something healthy this weekend, be sure to catch up on all of the Fright Night webcomics you missed!
Today we add webcomics from Dave Wright (creator of Todd and Penguin) who takes on Roy Boney, Jr.'s opening panel, and Juan Navarro (creator of Vigil) who takes on Dorothy Gambrell's appetizing first panel.
You might have missed Jeremy Heiker's take on Shaenon K. Garrity's opening panel, Everything Jake scribe Mike Rosenzweig take on Roy Boney, Jr's opening panel, and Tom Truszkowski's take on Bill Duncan's starter panel so click, click, click!!