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Webcomic Wire - 5/7/08

Drawn from sources that love the muppets…

Giving away your content for free? Think like a dandelion, interesting article.
Scott Kurtz surprised at CAPE.
Readers pick most Super Effective webcomic over at Joystiq.
Webcomic Asylum has an interview with Joanne Wojtysiak of Gothbunnies.
Despite a great response, I know that some are still waiting for their copy of How To [...]

10 Years of PvP

Scott Kurtz hits 10 years of PvP on the web.

What -- it only took 10 years for Brent and Jade to tie the knot?

 

Webcomics Weekly Podcast, Episode 32

Check out the often-imitated-never-duplicated Webcomics Weekly Podcast, featuring Scott Kurtz, Dave Kellett, Kris Straub, and myself. If you get off on cartoonists talking shop, this is a must-listen. You can follow the RSS here.

Episode 32 Show Notes: Brad, Dave and Scott discuss going from zero to ten thousand -- i.e. building and maintaining communities around your Webcomic.

Intrigued? Listen now!

Webcomics Weekly Podcast, Episode 31

Check out the often-imitated-never-duplicated Webcomics Weekly Podcast, featuring Scott Kurtz, Dave Kellett, Kris Straub, and myself. If you get off on cartoonists talking shop, this is a must-listen. You can follow the RSS here.

Episode 31 Show Notes: Kris and Scott discuss getting honest opinions on your webcomic and I call in from the New York Comic Convention to talk about what to do at a convention when everything goes horribly, horribly wrong.

Intrigued? Listen now!

Videostreaming the Creative Process

Over at Wired Lore blogged about the growing number of artists using Ustream to videocast their actual work on their comics.  The post has links to how to follow several folks' videos including Scott Kurtz of PvP.

Phables: April 21, 2008

A Phabler who discovered the project through Scott Kurtz wrote in with this fantastic story about a young women who takes a jog through South Philly and winds up the subject of a running gag..

UStream: PC Weenies Drawcast

Inspired by Scott Kurtz, I’m streaming my desktop so you can see me at work.

Webcomic Wire - 4/18/08

Drawn from resources all over the web…

A.P. Furtado, Nate Piekos, Chuck Whelon and James West are teaming up to start a new sketch blog for all fans of old-school, RPG-inspired cartoon fantasy comics.
If you missed the broadcast of Webcomics Live from Scott Kurtz he was nice enough to record it for you. 
Dilbert.com gets a fresh [...]

Webcomics Weekly Podcast, Episode 30

Check out the often-imitated-never-duplicated Webcomics Weekly Podcast, featuring Scott Kurtz, Dave Kellett, Kris Straub, and myself. If you get off on cartoonists talking shop, this is a must-listen. You can follow the RSS here. Episode 30 Show Notes: We spent a short time reviewing Episode 29, and then we talked about an issue that is weighing heavily on everyone's brains right now: Taxes. Then we segue to how to handle ideas that are solicited to you against your will by family and friends. Finally, we talk about the merits of printing in black-and-white versus color.

This Day in April Fools

April Fools hijnks continue this year...

at What Birds Know

Previous April foolery On ComixTalk:

2006: April Fools Day Roundup

2005: Keenspace Comic Still Hasn't Updated;