Submitted by m_estrugo on April 5, 2006 - 11:40
What geeky/comic/culture things were you doing 20/15/10/5 years ago?
20 years ago, I used to spend all my spare time (and scarce money) playing videogames at the arcade, and thought computers were just calculators able to handle alpha-numeric data, cryptic, strange machines that vaguely resembled typewriters that required a whole college degree to use. I'm not fond of maths, and weren't even by then, so I thought I wouldn't have access to a computer in my life.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 2, 2006 - 21:20
We'll be tackling the superheroes of webcomics this month. We've got a smashing cover from Tim Demeter (the creator of Reckless Life) and we start off with an interview with Abby L., the creator of the popular superheroine webcomic, The Green Avenger.
We've also got another installment of Bryant Paul Johnson's bound-to-be award-winning column, The Antecedent. This month learn the shocking secrets of the gerrymander!
Submitted by Altercator on March 29, 2006 - 09:38
Is it possible for print comics to have foldable pages in order to translate webcomics into print?
Submitted by Sean C on March 28, 2006 - 12:29
Hey all, my name is Sean Conchieri, and I'm the artist/co-writer for Cute Ninja Girls. It's a little webcomic about two ninja sisters living in Boston, going about their lives as an ancient evil prepares to seize control of the world. However, this evil brute was released from a thousand year slumber, and spends most of his time dealing with the massive culture shock, usually with hilarious results.
Submitted by Altercator on March 21, 2006 - 00:31
Check these articles below:
Can the articles be applied to webcomics?
Have webcomics being reduced to gabfests & talking heads? Or are there great examples of webcomics that follows the maxim "Action speaks louder than words?"
Submitted by keiiii on March 13, 2006 - 23:58
It's missing a few convenient stuff. Is it possible to add the following?
--Mark All Forums as Read
--Numbered page browsing at the top of each thread
I know there's more that I thought of. I'll add them when I remember them.
Also... which is allowed in the signature, HTML or BBcode? Or both? I could experiment and find out, but really, it should say on the edit page.
One other thing.
Submitted by Muerte Bird on March 13, 2006 - 01:47
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
Submitted by Fabricari on March 9, 2006 - 20:52
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 Tim Demeter on March 8, 2006 - 10:17
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?