Submitted by Scott Story on December 14, 2006 - 21:37
If you advertise anything, like books or comics or music, Johnny Saturn is being listed as one of the five featured comics on Drunk Duck this week, and there are Project Wonderful adds to be filled. This is an inexpensive way to get a small banner in front of high traffic, and is an opportunity not to be missed! To sign up for Project Wonderful, go here:
To see Johnny Saturn on Drunkduck, go here:
Submitted by MrColinP on December 13, 2006 - 02:58
Hello everyone. I just joined this site and am enjoying it's serious look at the world of webcomics. I was wondering if I could give a plug/call for critique for my comic The X-Heroes over at Drunk Duck. It's a kind of twisty superhero comic:
Submitted by DumokDuvalles on December 11, 2006 - 20:43
After a bit of thought I decided to Mirror the Comic on DrunkDuck.com. This was a decision I made to boost a bit of traffic and Also to get more folks looking at my stuff.
Anyway, If Drunk Duck works better for me I might move there instead...Or I will just keep mirroring.
ComicGenesis: A Call To Destiny
Drunk Duck: A Call to Destiny NC 17
Submitted by Black_Kitty on December 6, 2006 - 04:17
Unfortunately I can't find DrunkDuck in any of those Categories options. It's not under Topics, Collectives, or Publishers. :( So I guess I'll slip it under...comics reporting?
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 24, 2006 - 10:28
Post-Turkey Day looks like slim pickin's for news but here's what we've got:
Not to stir the Most Read Project pot more (plenty of discussion in the thread on the subject of measuring webcomic readership here) but every webcomic host that publishes some kind of "popular" list is another potential data point for the project. This Drunk Duck list is described as "most read strips for the past seven days" (there is a second DD list for "story" comics):
- Elijah and Azuu
- Elijah and Azuu Classic
- Life and Death
- Culture Shock
- No Need for Bushido Remix
- Mixed Bag Comics
- kirby supah star
- Bird and Worm
UPDATE: I have to believe, based on a long tradition of Little Gamers mocking Comixpedia, that this strip was inspired by our recent discussion of measuring webcomics' audience size.
SOME WEBCOMICS I READ THIS MORNING
- Lucid TV really deserves a spot on the Most Offensive webcomics poll we're running this month. Brutally-funny, medically-flavored comedy.
- Michael LaLonde's Ornery Boy probably is the only webcomic featuring a zombie MC. Today's strip is one of the funnier raps he's penned for the strip.
- Guest month at Todd and Penguin with comics from guest creators such as Jamie Robertson (Clan of the Cats), Phil Cho (Skinny Panda), and Paul Southworth (Ugly Hill).
- If you changed the color of the splotch of lipstick red on Clango's chin and neck in today's Diesel Sweeties to black, you'd have Clango's evil twin brother Bango. Well it could happen!...
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS
- The San Francisco Society of Illustrators & AIGA San Francisco in conjuction with the Academy of Art Institute presents "Pixar Under the Hood: The Making of Cars" on Friday, December 1 at 7pm at the Morgan Auditorium in San Fransisco. More details at the Drawn! blog.
- Brinkerhoof has collected The Zoo into dead tree form. More details here.
- An animated version of Maakies is coming to the Adult Swim lineup.
- Check out the latest installment of Lighten Up!, the spoof version of Shades.
- A new Gigcast is up.
- UPDATE: Fleen apparently subscribes to Wizard magazine - check out this nice writeup of five webcomics that Gary scanned in.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 17, 2006 - 11:39
December is traditionally a "year in review" kind of issue at Comixpedia and that's the goal this time around. As we get closer to the end of 2006 it's revealing to look at what folks were writing about webcomics at the end of 2005: The 2005 Webcomics Roundtable.
For the last two years we've also ran a special "25 People Of Webcomics" list article. Here's a link to the 2005 POW List article. Who do you think should be on this year's list? Post a comment with your nominations.
Submitted by NightgigTim on November 10, 2006 - 11:01
Better late than never, It's... The Gigcast #63
A Plethora of Webcomic news from/about Viper, Monkey Day Webcomic marathon, Blanklabel Comics, Penny-Arcade, LuLu press, The Webcomic Choice Awards, and Drunk Duck.
Scott and I finally review the first two Alpha Shade Books: Chapters 1 and 2.
We are also looking to play an audio ad for a new webcomic AND a new Podcast every week, so... if you would like to have yours played, send it to us! And we are always looking for Drive-by Submissions as well. Send em all to:
thegigcast (at) gmail.com
Submitted by NightgigTim on October 26, 2006 - 06:24
- Listener submitted webcomic news (get yours in by Tuesday night (8pm EST) for next weeks show.)
- News Reports from Drunk Duck and Comic Genesis
- A Gigcast Drive-by Review of Winger
- Part 2 of Mr. Know-it-all's Creating a Webcomic
Remember, The Gigcast is always accepting submissions for news items and Drive-bys.
Submitted by Scarybug on October 23, 2006 - 20:52
I was just thinking "Wow, Drunk Duck's been featuring all the comics I read lately."
Let me have my small victories.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 10, 2006 - 09:44
Happy (Belated) Canadian Thanksgiving Day! And this weekend was 24 Hour Comics Day - catch up on the haps at the 24 Hour Comics Day website.
A new Blamination from Kurtz and Straub. Who knew these guys liked video games?
Yesterday, Grounded Angel (previously at Komikwerks) relaunched simultaneously at three webcomics sites: Graphic Smash, WebComicsNation, and DrunkDuck. Grounded Angel is the story of 16-year-old Gloria, who finds out during a really bad day that sheâ€™s an angel, the herald to the end of the world.
Digital Strips has an interview with Platinum Studios Chairman Scott Rosenberg and Drunk Duck's Dylan Squires.
The Santa Barbara Independent has an interview with Garry Trudeau, creator of Doonesbury.
Scott Kurtz interviews Adam West?
Astute political commentary from... Sinfest?
Bookslut reviews Scott McCloudâ€™s Making Comics.
Drawn! interviews illustrator Bob Staake who has a new book out called This is Not a Pumpkin. Staake who embraced digital art tools early on also was an early presence on the web with his Planet Cartoonist site.
(From Lines and Colors) Line Rider is a Flash interactive that allows you to draw a line that represents the two dimensional topography of a hill. When your line is drawn, you click play and the Line Rider, a small character on a sled with a trailing scarf, will go sailing, bouncing and, if youâ€™re not careful, tumbling down the hill according to forces of imaginary gravity.