Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 27, 2006 - 11:39
What stories are you interested in Comixpedia writing about in the upcoming months? I'm not asking here for comics to review or people to interview, but subjects that we could focus on writing about in-depth. What do you want to read about?
Submitted by Sean C on October 25, 2006 - 16:32
Bomb Shelter Comics is proud to announce our biggest contest to date - Webcomics Idol. We're taking open submissions now, and after we go through them, we'll narrow the field down to ten finalists. After that, the fun really begins!
The finalists must produce a weekly update to be judged by our esteemed guest judges, who include:
- Tim Demeter - Graphic Smash
- Daku - Digital Strips
- DJ Coffman - Yirmumah, Hero by Night
- A BSC member or two
Each week, the judges will review and critique the finalists based on their updates, and then the public will vote on their favorite. Each week, the comic with the lowest number of votes gets eliminated.
Submitted by Jerry_Stephens on October 25, 2006 - 16:07
Today marks the start of the first-ever first annual Bomb Shelter Comics Webcomic Idol membership contest! More details at the Bomb Shelter Comics website.
Submitted by Sean C on October 23, 2006 - 13:45
So, after a brief time away from comicking, I have gotten back into the swing of things. Today, Cain is Able, my new project, launched over at Bomb Shelter Comics. Besides being a new, solo project, it also has the distinction of being the first comic hosted at BSC.
Since the first strip won't tell you too much, allow me to share the premise -
Tate Cain, a rising star at CNN, suddenly leaves for the new All News Station, yet another 24 hour news network run by his friend and former mentor, John Cochrane. He enters a world of bizarre news stories, an eclectic cast of up and coming broadcasters, and plenty of real-world events will be lampooned, along with news you won't find on the networks.
Submitted by algeya on August 31, 2006 - 16:09
Ok lets forget about Pvp , Penny A. for a minute ok Im going to talk about the late 05 webcomics tactics that were used to increase the readership from newcomers in the webcomic world.(thats Im not going to count starslip crisis that were made by webcoics veteran just newguys.Ã‚ )
Submitted by todaythecomic on June 14, 2006 - 09:30
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Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 23, 2006 - 12:28
Sparkneedle archives are now free (formerly only available to Girlamatic subscribers).
Digital Strips looks at the rotating cast of artists on the webcomic Pet Professional. Are there really four artists on that strip now? Wow...
It's been one year since the founding of Blank Label Comics.
New Peter Bagge webcomic on the "war on drugs" at Reason magazine. Cranky middle-age libertarian goodness!
Kris Straub is working on a second Starslip Crisis book and his webcomic has just hit the one year mark as well.
Fleen checks into Owen Dunne's My New Mommy webcomic. It's ending. And Fleen thinks Dunne's website navigation is confusing. Most of what Dunne has done is pretty hilarious IMO.
Tom Spurgeon rounds up reports on the recent BookExpo America event in Washington DC.
Gluemeat celebrates various Canadian holidays. I wish we had Muffin Day in the states too...
The Bone website has been redone and now features a blog from creator Jeff Smith.
Submitted by todaythecomic on May 16, 2006 - 07:01
A lot of familair faces around here. Just thought I'd say 'Hi'.
Submitted by Chris Jeffery on May 15, 2006 - 23:41
Hi everyone, I'm Chris Jeffery, artist for Cartridge Comics, which has been running for what's getting close to a year now and is (in my opinion) doing quite well. Thought I'd drop by and say hello. I'm part of the Bomb Shelter Comics collective as well, which boasts the likes of Combustable Orange, Divine Dramedy, and Leftville, so I'm pretty proud of it.