Two lovers torn apart by a cruel world, plenty of swordplay, and giant robot spiders: Aya Takeo has all the ingredients of classic manga. But will it get people talking?
While there is certainly a wealth of all-ages material out there, remarkably little of it is in the form of short stories or completed series.
It seems all-ages webcomics tend even more toward the infinitely-ongoing format than webcomics in general do.
How can we order comics besides the traditional plot (where cause and effect lead to a conclusion)? Derik Badman looks a few examples from comic strips (web and print).
Just as Bitpass bit the dust and Scott McCloud decided the right number for The Right Number was free, Joel Fagin offers another look at how to make micropayments work for webcomics -- by examining iTunes, the most successful micropayments system in history.
The 2007 Web Cartoonistâ€™s Choice Awards were not without their fair share of controversy, but one particular point of contention caught my eye and led me to write this article today: Should Gunnerkrigg Court have been nominated as an outstanding Science Fiction comic or as an outstanding Fantasy comic?
Calamity Jon Morris is back with
22 16 Panels That I Don't Think Work All That Well.