Meghan Murphy bills her webcomic Kawaii Not as "the comic for cute gone bad" and it's a great description of Murphy's cute but twisted graphic haikus. (Murphy was the cover artist for Comixpedia's March Issue)
Last month the nominations for this year's Eisner awards were announced and amongst the nominees for Best Digital Comic was Phables by Brad Guigar. Earlier this month I conducted a short interview with Guigar to get his reactions to the good news and find out more about Phables. In the time between conducting the interview and publishing it here, however, Guigar received another form of recognition for Phables, this time winning "Best Local Column" from the Greater Philadelphia Society of Professional Journalists. It's shaping up to be a very good year for Brad!
Randall Munroe, writer of minimalist computer/romance humor comic strip xkcd, was kind enough to grant Comixpedia an email interview, where he discusses how to pronounce the title of his comic, some thoughts on producing the strip, and which raptor style dinosaur he would prefer to be attacked by. Enjoy!
Terrence Marks interviewed creators Tod and Corey Marie Parkhill (formerly Kitley). Both have had previous webcomic projects: Tod's journal comic Scooterboy1234 and Corey Marie is probably best known for her Life's So Rad webcomic which appeared on Keenspot. Both are currently making comics online and in print.
In the fifth interview of our His and Her Webcomics series this month, Terrence Marks interviewed Andrew Farago and Shaenon Garrity. Andrew Farago currently creates The Chronicles of William Bazillion. Shaenon Garrity currently writes Smithson, and is the editor of Modern Tales. Comixpedia has previously interviewed Shaenon Garrity in 2006 and in 2004.
Last week Scott Kurtz and Kris Straub were gracious enough to grant this brand spankin' new Comixpedia front page writer/blogger an email interview about their new partnership. The questions are a bit clumsy, but their answers are interesting and informative. Enjoy!
Terrence Marks interviewed married creators Scott Kellogg and Kathryn Kellogg Garrison about comics, alchemy and farming. Scott is the creator of the long-running webcomic 21st Century Fox and Kathryn is the creator of Carry On. (Scott has also contributed to Comixpedia, his The Art of Flame article appeared in our March 2004 issue.)
Terrence Marks interviewed married creators Amber Williams and Mason "Tailsteak" Williams. Amber is the creator of the comic Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, and Mason is best known as the creator of the comic 1/0. (An interview with Mason about his comic 1/0 appeared in Comixpedia's June 2003 issue.)
We canvased Comixpedia's readers for the most probing questions to send to Blank Label Comics. Questions so tough it took them almost a month to answer! Read on for how Blank Label Comics plans to conquer independent comics...
You've got two people who draw comics and put them on-line. They meet, fall in love, and get married. It happens more often than you think.
I've always been interested in the subject of married comics creators (being married to another comic creator myself), so I've asked a few questions to a few other couples. Our first interview is with Dave Roman and Raina Telgemeier.
Introduce yourselves - who are you, what comics do you do?