Submitted by PhilKahn on December 22, 2006 - 03:19
The I'm Just Drinking Holiday Special, wherein we get more drunk than probably ever before.
On tonight's episode, we have VG Cats by Scott Ramsoomair and the Child's Play Charity. The drinks featured are Krug's Christmas Egg Nog, and The Santa's Beard. Please enjoy, and have a happy holiday.
Submitted by Altercator on July 3, 2006 - 19:23
The common problem with webcomics right now, is that they're mostly one page per day. Long from, story based comics such as Megatokyo seems to have no end in sight.
Why not have them delivered in at least six or ten pages per week? Or how about in the usual Mon/Wed/Fri schedule, have at least three to five pages of comics posted online?
Also, why not complete an episode of a webcomic aheadÃ‚ of time before posting them bit by bit according to schedule?
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 23, 2006 - 22:59
4 Color Rebellion interviews VGCats creator Scott Ramsoomair and this week's VGCats gets redone by the folks at Maxis with characters generated from the game Spore. (thanks to Lore for the link to the Spore webcomic.)
Scott Ramsoomair's VG Cats is a gaming webcomic unlike any other. Where else would you find the adventures of a costumed adventurer named Pants Man or an alien face-hugger that enjoys that experience a little... too much.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 2, 2006 - 09:50
First off a big thanks to Scott Ramsoomair for creating the June cover art for Comixpedia. We'll be taking another look at gaming webcomics this month. We've already posted an interview with the creator of God Mode, Keenspot's entry into gaming webcomics.
I'd also like to thank a brand new sponsor: the webcomic Pewfell Porfingles by Chuck Whelon and Adam Prosser; and our continuing sponsors: the webcomic The Architect by Mike Baron and Andie Tong, and Ka-Blam, the print-on-demand service for comic books.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 5, 2006 - 15:29
Jon Rosenberg quits last remnants of a non-webcomics job to do Goats fulltime.
Ryan North finally reveals that he quit his day job an entire year ago...
I'm actually curious as to how many people make their living solely for a webcomic-based enterprise at this point. It's getting to be more than I can count on my fingers.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 14, 2005 - 16:34
A perfect storm of webcomic, news story and real life on Penny Arcade today.
A video game critic recently offered to give 10,000 to charity if a game company made a game based on his proposal (as best as we can decipher, his proposal involved a player killing the owner of a video game company). Gabe of PA emailed the critic and mentioned how much money PA had already raised for charity and apparently the critic emailed and phoned Gabe a couple of times in response.
It's like Penny Arcade is turning into the Daily Show or something - today's edition is about the phone call.
Submitted by kittykatya on February 14, 2005 - 15:36
Katsucon, one of the earliest anime conventions on the East Coast, will be featuring an expanded webcomic track this year.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 23, 2004 - 22:54
Check them out on the Weekly Geek website (scroll down and look to the right).