Be sure to check out the first installment of a new column from Alexander Danner and Tim Tyler spotlighting completed webcomics.
- SeqArt has an interview with Josh Roberts, proprietor of OnlineComics.net and the brand spankin' new ComicSpace.com.
- The 2007 Lulu Blooker Prize is accepting submissions until January 15, 2007. The winner of the Comics Blooker Prize receives $2,500 and if selected as the overall winner (there are two additional categories) the prize is $10,000. Last year's winner was Zack Miller for Totally Boned: A Joe and Monkey Collection. This year's judges are Paul Jones; Arianna Huffington; Julie Powell; Rohit Gupta; and Nick Cohen.
- An interview with Mark Siegel, editorial director for graphic novel publisher First Second about the new company's surprisingly successful first year.
- The blog Webcomics In Print speculates on "webcomic books yet to be".
- Talk About Comics talks about all the Modern Tales-associated creators who worked on the recent Marvel Holiday Special comic book.
- TCJ reviews Girl Genius Omnibus Edition, Vol. 1.
I'm going to shut down our "Que Es Mas Offensive" poll of potentially offensive webcomics on Christmas Eve (12/24). So be sure to vote before we crown the winner on Christmas morning.
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS
- Princess WinterMom is thinking of starting a webcomic and muses on the pros and cons. I think if you have any interest at all in making comics there is no question that you should just… make comics. It's the only way to get better; the only way to get anything done.
- Joey Manley explains to DC Comics why it's new webcomic, Rush City, has a poor layout. (TCJ recently reviewed this comic.)
- Jim Zubkavich branching out into brew-meistery?
- Mark Sachs recommends the webcomic, King of RPGs.
- Check out the photos from Dave Kellett's book signing for his second Sheldon collection: The Good, The Bad and The Pugly. And then Neil Patrick Harris shows up and gets all up in Dave's grill (er… not really but he did show up!).
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