Thomas K. Dye
Submitted by Tim Tylor on December 13, 2005 - 19:39
Cartoonist and commentator Ted Rall is turning his attention to webcomics in his third Attitude anthology, due out in June 2006. Attitude 3: The New Subversive Online Cartoonists will feature the work of twenty-one cartoonists publishing their work over the internet.
Submitted by Al Schroeder on October 27, 2005 - 13:43
I'm 52 today, Oct. 27th...born in 1953. Anybody older doing webcomics?
Submitted by scarfman on July 11, 2005 - 12:02
scarfman tipped us to the Daily Grind Ironman losing another competitor - Scott Kurtz announced he was dropping out as he began running guest strips from Chris Giarusso while Kurtz is at the San Diego Comicon. Kurtz is also on 3 panels this year - one for Image and two for webcomics (more details after the jump).
gordonmcalpin also caught that there is a new Stripped Books webcomic in the new edition of the online magazine Bookslut. The new strip, by guest illustrator Dan Henrick and Stripped Books creator Gordon McAlpin, adapts Sandman writer Neil Gaiman's keynote address from the 2005 Nebula Awards dinner, in which Gaiman muses about the state of science fiction today.
The Yirmumah boys are having a fundraiser week - if you're a fan of Coffman and McDeavitt's biting sense of humor (see today's installment!) then drop these guys a buck or two.
Gary Chaloner kicks off a new site hosting his ongoing series: Will Eisner's John Law. Chaloner is holding a July draw for a signed (by Will Eisner and myself) limited release hardcover of Will Eisnerâ€™s JOHN LAW: Dead Man Walking (from IDW). WEJL updates on Mondays at Modern Tales and the new stand-alone site.
Click READ MORE for a list of webcomics-related panels at the upcoming San Diego Comicon!
Many MANY of our webcomicking friends have published print versions of their work. I've tried to find, track down, and remember as many as possible. But given the thousands (tens of thousands?) of webcomics out there, this was a daunting task. If I missed your comic, I apologize profusely and profoundly. Please add it via a comment.
Submitted by pclips on June 16, 2005 - 13:21
Hey besides Bad Blood, Chopping Block and Midnight Macabre, what are some good comics for a site for fans of horror movies to link to?
Submitted by kjc on June 7, 2005 - 01:36
We're putting together an article for June on what webcomics are in print.
If you know of any webcomics that have gone to print, post them here.
1. Name of Comic & URL
2. Creators (authors and artists)
3. Links to the books
4. Titles if you know them
5. Publisher if you know it
Kelly J. Cooper
Comixpedia Features Editor
Submitted by dangerpest on December 29, 2004 - 15:48
Just wondering how many people have considered doing a webcomic dealing with the recent disaster in Asia... Should appeals for donations to aid organizations make it into the comic itself, or appear outside of it, in a blog entry or something?
Thomas Dye with Newshounds has been doing a webcomic since 1997, and working with these characters for a decade before that. He often comments on the world around him by means of his "furry" news team. He never shys away from political or social comment, and didn't in this interview.
Submitted by stubbs on December 12, 2003 - 12:02
Ok - its Friday morning precaffine introspection time. Dig back into the dawn of time and dig out your memory books. What comics got you interested in the medium?
For me, by the first or second grade I was way into Peanuts collections that I could get out of the library and the MAD trade paperbacks- especially the ones that collected the '50s stuff by Wood, Elder et al.
So how about it - what kicked you off into an interst in the artform?
Submitted by dunk on October 31, 2003 - 17:44
I certainly have my own must have artists for future issues of comixpedia, but who would you like to see?