Bryant Paul Johnson returns with another installment of his historically accurate series, The Antecedent. If you're new to this regular feature at Comixpedia be sure to catch up on the archived installments. In this comic, we run into John Tyler, the first man to gain the Presidency without winning a presidential election -- and he didn't even need a 5-4 Supreme Court decision to do it!
For this month's issue of Comixpedia we're taking a look at the burgeoning number of webcomic collectives. Just why do creators band together? Gileon Pellaeon navigates through what is and what isn't a "webcomics collective" and offers five suggestions to creators for getting more bang out of their collective buck.
In the first installment of a new column called Panels & Pictures, Derik A. Badman takes a look at the creative possibilities arising from the constraints of the one-panel comic.
The spirit of cooperation is alive and well in webcomics. In that spirit, this month we present five stories that exemplify the value of cooperation: Agnes Quill, Vulture Gulch, Rip & Teri, After Days of Passion and The Archeologists.
If you think manga is a cavalcade of big-eyed little girls flashing their panties, Brigid Alverson has some surprises for you. In a new column for Comixpedia, Brigid will be writing every month about web manga. In this first installment, Brigid breaks down the basics in her "field guide to manga on the web".
One way to think of the history of webcomics is as the big bang of comics. At the beginning there were far fewer webcomic creators and they were (virtually) clustered together much more tightly (hence all the wistful talk of "webcomic community") and then, if the inflationary webcomicology theory is correct, those early webcomic exploded into the universe of comics online we have today.