Submitted by Ataraxia on January 11, 2009 - 00:19
Transplant Comics is pleased to announce our newest member: My Cardboard Life by Philippa "The Juzzard" Rice. Many webcomics feature characters who are two-dimensional, but in this one it's the entire world. Meet a little boy made of cardboard, a little girl made of paper, and a polar bear made of some kind of fibrous material.
Submitted by Ataraxia on September 3, 2008 - 22:41
Everyone's body goes through changes during adolescence. Billy's body is going through more changes than most.
Submitted by Ataraxia on July 10, 2008 - 09:27
Ben Costa, creator of Shi Long Pang, is working on a new minicomic for the SF Zine Festival. It's a bizarre tween pregnancy horror story called Cloaca Maxima. Ben was kind enough to post a preview at the Transplant Comics forum. Go check it out, and if you're at the SF Zine Festival next week be sure to say hi.
Submitted by Unityflow on June 18, 2008 - 06:48
With the current re-birth of Transplant comics, I thought it was about time that we got to know some of the creators behind the comics a bit better. So, I sent out a brief questionnaire to all of the members.
The purpose of this was mostly related to site admin and the questionnaire I sent out was more concerned with finding out exactly what everyone does, for marketing purposes etc. However, they turned up some pretty interesting trivia, so, with minimal re-formatting, I'm presenting them as a collection of mini interviews... or minterviews.
We're starting today with Scott from the ever fantastic, Journey to Mount Moriah.
Submitted by Ataraxia on June 16, 2008 - 03:07
Transplant Comics is proud to announce that Bellen! by Box Brown has been added to our lineup. This is the story of a boy named Ben, a girl named Ellen, and the things they do together. It's cute yet poignant, bizarre yet instantly recognizable. Go see for yourself.
Submitted by Ataraxia on June 11, 2008 - 21:27
After many months of procrastination, Ataraxia Theatre has finally moved into its new home at Transplant Comics. The new site can be reached at www.ataraxiatheatre.com. The previous site at ComicGenesis will remain the archive for past strips, but will no longer be updated.
Submitted by NightgigTim on May 22, 2008 - 13:25
Drawn from sources all over the deep blue sea…
Journalista! reports that ComicShout script has SQL injection vulnerabilities that are un-patched. That does sound bad.
Xerexes wants to know if you want to shift to phpBB3 based forums at ComixTalk.
Stendec joins Transplant Comics.
The Scienteers report that â€˜Menage a 3â€™ is joining Keenspot.
Japanese cartoon offends Muslims.
Kiel Phegley gets [...]
Submitted by NightgigTim on May 5, 2008 - 15:36
Drawn from sources inspired by the Maker’s Faire…
A womping 10 years of PVP! Congratulations Scott!
Tim Broderick replies to Chris Wrightâ€™s guest column on Fleen.
Webcomics collective Transplant Comics seems to be recovering well from surgery.
Red String celebrates 5 years. Congratulations Gina!
5 years of Station 3V. Congratulations Tom!
The Webcomic Overlook has a one punch review of Wayfarerâ€™s [...]
Submitted by Ataraxia on April 29, 2008 - 21:02
Animation contest being held at Transplant Comics.
Andy and Angie of the webcomic Bear and Kitten are holding a contest. Create a Bear and/or Kitten-inspired animgif and post it to the Transplant Comics forum by May 10th for a chance to win a signed print or something equally great. Further details and the gallery of entries can be found at this link:
Submitted by Unityflow on October 23, 2007 - 04:30
Webcomics are a great way to show off your artistic talents online. You can even make money with them, with a little bit of luck, if you do it the right way.
When I started The Flowfield Unity, I had experience in handling comics in print, but had absolutely no idea how to create and manage a webcomic. This article is my attempt to collect together everything I have found out through research and trial and error.
This article is written with a small press ethos in mind, that is 'if anything can be done, it can be done for free'. Hopefully running a webcomic may make you some money (though be prepared for the amount to be 'not very much'), but it certainly should cost you little more than your time.Â