Submitted by Muerte Bird on March 13, 2006 - 02:47
There are so many webcomics out there that I don't see discussed anywhere. I'm mining for gold here. I'm going to start a list of underrated webcomics and you guys are going to add to it.
1) Perry Bible Fellowship
3) Bob the Angry Flower
How is that your brain can receive two identical signals in the same context yet identify them as two different things? It's not science fiction! Neil Cohn examines the linguistic "Problem of Two" as applied in the context of comics.
Submitted by Altercator on March 10, 2006 - 01:32
Care to revive the discussion of nudity and webcomics?
Submitted by Fabricari on March 9, 2006 - 21:52
What did you do last year that brought you the most traffic?
We tried conventions, advertising, forums, e-mails, begging... Banner ads and trolling the forums still seem to be the best bet for Adam and I.
How about you?
Submitted by bobweiner on March 8, 2006 - 16:15
Xerexes : Can I get a shot at designing an upcoming Comixpedia cover?
(Figured no harm in asking...) :)
Submitted by Fabricari on March 8, 2006 - 15:40
Marco Rosella scours the web for video blogs that interest him, and today he featured Video Fabricari! I've been checking this site out, it's a great gallery of videos that you'll want to add to your bookmarks. Vlogs are more than just a gimmick or techy buzzword, people are making an artform out of it. Check it out:
Submitted by Razor on March 8, 2006 - 12:00
I realized that once per week is a very slow update schedule, but it has worked. The questions that should be realized after this point involve the circumstances that would allow for keeping and increasing traffic.
Submitted by Tim Demeter on March 8, 2006 - 11:17
Hey guys and gals, new site, let's start some new discussions.
Who, or what styles, have effected your work (writing or art?)
For example, my art is inspired largely by Bruce Timm (Batman the Animated Series) and Gendy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack.)
Webcomics, as a whole seem to draw from a much larger pool of influence than comics you find on the spinner rack, what's yours?
And have some webcomics reached a point where THEY are inspiring other work, be it comics or otherwise?
Submitted by Kiba on March 6, 2006 - 11:22
I like the idea of a printed edition of Comixpedia delivered at my doorstep every month. The Internet really doesn't beat papers in some way. Plus I would love to read a lot more stuff than what Comixpedia currently offered. Maybe a webcomic or two could be in the magazine and that be totally great. I read a few webcomic, I could love to get hooked on more. I even imagined a 180 pages magazine.I like the idea of a printed edition of Comixpedia delivered at my doorstep every month. The internet really doesn't beat papers in some way.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 6, 2006 - 11:22
Don't ask me why but I was flipping through a few of the more read entries from the old staff 24 Hour blog at Comixpedia and thought this post 'How Do You Read Webcomics?' might make a good forum thread.
Don't ask me why but I was flipping through a few of the more read entries from the old staff 24 Hour blog at Comixpedia and thought this post "How Do You Read Webcomics?" might make a good forum thread.