Tina is an average teenager, well other than the fact that she's mysteriously bonded with Killroy, an alien with immense powers and oh yeah, someday Tina will become the Mistress of Time and Space in her continuum. Justin Pierce's Killroy and Tina is a delightfully funny, yet action-packed tale that is published on Graphic Smash.
Demian5's wordless When I Was King drew rave reviews from many critics, including Scott McCloud. Now he has numerous new projects on his website despite taking civil duties in lieu of military service, in addition to his graphic designer job.
Tom Stackpole does the experimental and innovative Invisible Forces for PV Comics and at his own site, bonedancer.com has published such innovative works as Talking Drunk Driver Blues, and the The Diptheria Plague. His newest work at his own site is Jake Dyson's Big Move.
Stackpole took a few minutes out a hectic schedule for an interview with Comixpedia's Al Schroeder.
Timothy Godek has been producing some delightful comics with the new Infinite Canvas software on his Yellow Light Comics website. His
Tree City was praised by Scott McCloud, and another favorite is his Everybody Loves Chris Ware webcomic.
Least I Could Do is about the obsessively and yet endearingly ever-horny Rayne and his cast of supporting characters has been drawing in hordes of laughing readers over the past two years. They've just published their first collection of strips, and are in negotiation for a possible animated series. Ryan Sohmer and Chad Porter, who write and draw the comic respectively, were kind enough to give us an interview.
Jeff Rowland is a serial webcomic creator. His first work was the old school When I Grow Up, his second the popular and well-received WIGU and his most recent work includes a journal comic called Overcompensating and a new webcomic called WIGU TV.
Read on for nine questions with Jeff Rowland. Why only nine? Because The Man wouldn't let Rowland have ten questions.
How did you know the time was right to end WIGU?--alschroeder
For years now Kristofer Straub has been chronicling the ambitious publicity-hungry doings of Chex in Checkerboard Nightmare. Whenever webcomics is beginning to take itself too serioiusly, Chex is there, to remind us to laugh. Up until now Straub and Chex have never appeared in an interview together but now we bring you this Comixpedia exclusive: the first joint Straub/Chex interview.
For the last installment of Form is Function: Postscripts, John Barber is back with the conclusion of his conversation with Justine Shaw, creator of the acclaimedâ€”and wonderfulâ€”Nowhere Girl.
Tauhid Bondia has been doing several different webcomics over the past few years. His Spells and Whistles draws many readers daily, and Susie View, the comic he draws with another author, has been accepted by comics.com as perhaps the first step towards syndication.
Often controversial and outspoken, he recently got a deluge of hate mail for having one of his elven characters show his prejudice against black elves--which is ironic, since Tauhid himself is African-American, and he was exposing his character's bigotry, not endorsing it. He was kind enough to grant us this interview.