Graphic Smash Contributors Update

Comings and goings from Dario Carrasco and Mike Barr, Amber “Glych” Greenlee, Steve Hogan and Ursula Vernon. More after the break:

Dario Carrasco and Mike W. Barr have announced that Sorcerer of Fortune will move from Graphic Smash to Komikwerks.

Amber “Glych” Greenlee’s Nonpersons is going on hiatus due to a lot of freelance commitments by Greenlee, according to a thread in the Talk About Comics forum.

The Graphic Smash dropdown reveals that new series will soon join the site. Lovarian Adventures, which has been reviewed by Kelly J Cooper, The Tenth Life of Pishio the Cat, and Steve Hogan’s The Modern Situation, which has been reviewed by The Webcomic Examiner.

Ursula Vernon has announced a print collection of her webcomic Digger.

Sofawolf Press, who put out “It Made Sense At The Time” is going to be publishing the Digger collection, vol 1. It will contain the first two chapters, plus a four or five page little mini-story exclusive to the volume which I’m working on at the moment. Sofawolf did a fabulous job on the art book, and are generally just wonderful guys, so I’m excited to have ’em do the Digger compendium.

The mighty and pussiant comic gods willing, it will debut at Anthrocon in six months, be available at San Diego Comic Con, and you’ll be able to order it on-line as well.