Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 10, 2005 - 11:10
Sam Brown has a new hardcover book out to commemorate the fifth anniversary of his webcomic, Exploding Dog. Thinking Of You contains 140 comics in color selected from the archives of Exploding Dog.
Scott McCloud points out that Neil Von Flue has reworked one of his webcomics, Halcyon Redux - Last Ditch, with the Infinity Canvas software. The results are here. In addition, an updated version of the Infinity Canvas software was released this week - be sure to upgrade!
Ryan Estrada is still making comics in his quest this week to complete the first 168 Hour Comic. If you're a fan of Ryan's work be sure to also check out some items he's auctioning off this week including the original pages to two comic notebooks: Biking to Burma and Road to Cambodia.
Now this is the way to settle a webcomics feud: Penny Arcade and PvP have organized their World of Warcraft-playing fans into affiliated guilds (Knights of Arcadia and Panda Attack respectively) and are fighting it out virtually every night.
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on July 29, 2005 - 16:24
Dayfree Press creators Theater Hopper and Nothing Nice to Say will be making an appearance on Artist's Alley at Wizard World Chicago. The event is being held this Thursday, August 4 to Sunday, August 7 at the Rosemont Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on July 4, 2005 - 10:17
Hey! Theater Hopper needs guest strips by July 10th because creator Tom Brazelton is moving this month.
I'm REALLY gonna need guest strips from you guys before July 10. So if you're interested, draw something up and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can keep your images in JPG format, that's best. And the strips can be as long as you want, just no wider than 525 pixels. Otherwise, they break the site layout.
Submitted by KrazyKrow on June 15, 2005 - 09:10
Just something I've been thinking about lately. It seems like all of the giants of the webcomic world reached a decent size (10,000+ readers) within their first year.
So instead of telling newbies to be persistant, should we be telling them to give it a year, then try something else?
Any examples to the contrary?
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 20, 2005 - 15:16
Coming this summer -- Squid and Ink -- a new comic anthology featuring scads of webcomic artists, including Comixpedia contributor, Welton Colbert (aka Ryan Estrada). The new bi-monthly publication will have some of the best comics from local and web comic authors, as well as industry articles, interviews, and guides.
Other listed contributors include: John Allison of Scary Go Round; Tom Brazelton of Theater Hopper; Brian Carroll of Instant Classic; Kent Earle & Scott Bevan of White Ninja; Josh Meinzer of Aikida; RamÃ³n PÃ©rez & Rob Coughler of Butternutsquash; Leticia Rocha of Super Tony; Patrick Spacek of Parking Lot is Full; Zach Stroum of Shaw Island; and James Turner of Beaver and Steve.
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on February 25, 2005 - 15:55
The movie-themed webcomic Theater Hopper reached the milestone of 400 comics this week.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 3, 2005 - 17:18
Theater Hopper starts off 2005 with a new storyline that introduces a new character to the mix.
A former rival of Cami's named Charlie has moved in across the street and she harbors a shameful secret!
Submitted by Tom Brazelton on November 9, 2004 - 17:12
After leading in with a full week of strips, movie-themed webcomic Theater Hopper celebrated its 350th strip on Friday, November 5th.
The week-long story focused on the lead characters Tom and Cami renewed commitment to each other, as well as celebrating that week's largest new movie, The Incredibles. To read the story arc, click here. The comic normally updates on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule.
Submitted by Al Schroeder on July 22, 2004 - 14:19
The 2004 Buzzawards are announced! You can see the presentations and the winners at http://www.buzzawards.net/2004/ceremony.php.
The list of winners is as follows:
Submitted by Al Schroeder on July 7, 2004 - 13:20
The Second annual BuzzAwards nominees have been selected and are listed in sixteen categories.
The judging committee has made its choices for nominees, and it is now open to any involved member of the webcomic community for voting (registration required). Registered members have until July 12th to cast their ballots. The winners will be announced on July 19.