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Wes Molebash at Mid-Ohio-Con

Mid-Ohio-Con Info . . .

I'll be exhibiting at the Mid-Ohio-Con this weekend. All the info you need can be found at the Mid-Ohio-Con website. The con is Saturday and Sunday only. I've gotten some e-mails from a few of you who've told me that you'll be at the con, and I can't wait to meet you!

Cats by Wes Molebash

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Originally uploaded by wmolebash

Wes has some comics posted on his Flickr account that are really worth checking out. .

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YHT in Wizard Magazine

The You'll Have That one-shot is featured in this month's Wizard Magazine (#191) in the Indie Buzz section of the Secret Stash. Here's what Wizard has to say about my little comic strip:

It's not often that webcomics make a successful transition from online to the printed page, so it speaks volumes that this heavenly little bastard has become one of the favored comics around the Wizard offices. Spotlighting the hilarious life of newlyweds Andy and Katie, this one-shot collects the best of 2006's online strips by Wes Molebash, with a brand-new cover from Scott Kurtz (PvP) so easily accessible for new readers it may as well be the first issue. With a precise vision of male geek life and the hotties who love us, YHT will have you cracking up and wondering how Molebash snuck a camera into your life.

Updates On Entries in the Ill-Fated Webcomic Directory Project?

I built a "library" of webcomics and creators back in the fall of 2005 which I put into beta before realizing it was too much editorial work to deal with and the same information could be better provided through the community edited webcomic wiki - COMIXPEDIA.

Nevertheless looking back on the assortment of names collected (some from me, some sent in from you) I wonder if anyone has any significant updates on these creators 18 months later. Maybe we should interview some of them?

Wes Molebash at SDCC

I'll be at the San Diego Comic Con from Wednesday night (Preview Night) through Saturday! If you're gonna be in town for the con, make sure to stop by the Viper booth (#1903) and give me a shout! We'll have plenty of copies of both volumes of "You'll Have That", plus we'll have 200 copies of the 32-page one-shot with a limited edition cover! This book isn't gonna be in stores until mid- to late-August, but here's your chance to snap it up before everyone else! As a special bonus, you'll be able to buy all three books (YHT Vol. 1 and 2, and the one-shot) for ten bucks!

Art of Cartooning Gallery Exhibit Reception

The Art of Cartooning exhibit will be held from July 17 through August 25, 2007 at the Pump House Center for the Arts. The Pump House is located in Chillicothe, OH, and the exhibit will feature the work of cartoonists Wes Molebash (Viper Comics) and John K. Victor (Ohio State University).

The opening reception is on Thursday, July 19th from 6-8 PM.

Wes Molebash Interview

I was recently interviewed by ComicBloc.com about my webcomic You'll Have That and my short story in Viper Comics' Sasquatch anthology.
Check it out here!

Bring the Newz!

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HEADLINES

  • Reinder Dijkhuis has an interesting essay on Project Wonderful. My take on Project Wonderful is that it's a wonderful platform for a web-based advertising system but what remains to be seen is whether it turns into an advertising service. A service needs some entity interacting with traditional media buyers (usually advertising agencies) to sell them ad space on the platform. Whether that's PW creator Ryan North who takes that on or some other arrangement, it's a piece of the puzzle necessary to the long-term success of PW. Don't get me wrong though - I'm a big fan of PW right now and I'm optimistic about it.

INTERVIEWS

JUSTIFY MY HYPE

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS

The March of the Collectives

A collective, loosely defined, is any sustained grouping of webcomic creators. What they do together varies greatly from group to group. Some are largely a peer group offering each other critical feedback and encouraging support. Others throw in cross-promotion for each others' work. Some build a collective brand with logos, advertising and a central website. Some share business experience and expertise in areas as varied as merchandise, books, conventions, hosting and website creation.

And what did I find from my research? There's a tremendous number of collectives out there (and that I never want to attempt another "survey" article again). And, oh yeah, checking out collectives can be a great way to find excellent new comics.

Wes Molebash Interview at WizardUniverse.com!

Check out Wizard Magazine's website to see an interview I [Wes Molebash, creator of You'll Have That] did with Wizard writer, Brian Warmoth.