A look back at some of the stories we covered from the world of webcomics:
I mused on the future of comics and links to all of the other news I found worth linking to that day – including the conclusion of Evan Dham’s Rice Boy.
We had a review of the Paranormals and in award news: Brian Fies won the Blooker Award for Mom’s Cancer and Krahulik and Holkins won the UK’s Eagle Award for Penny Arcade.
Artist Onezumi commented on the then-in-the-news Brownstein/Soma story, ByrobotDotNet started up, we updated the list of surviving contestants to the Daily Grind contest (as of 2009 there are still 8 surviving contestants listed – I wonder if anyone is still tracking this?) and links to all of the other news I found worth linking to that day.
David "Shortpacked" Willis announced he was leaving Keenspot.
The 2nd week of our May magazine update went up: a review of Spamusement, an interview with J. Grant and Mel Hynes of Two Lumps, Alexander Danner’s guide to collaboration, a new column from Eric Burns, and a new Welton Colbert comic from Ryan Estrada.
The 2nd week of our May magazine update went up: with a review of Spark Needle and an interview with Gilda Rimessi of The Sinner Dragon as well as columns from Frank "Damonk" Cormier and Jim Zubkavish. We also had a look at the history of comics syndication.
Eat the Roses by Meaghan Quinn turned 3 years old (I think the last time this was updated was in 2006).
Nominations for the 3rd edition of the WCCAs were almost due.