A slightly different version of Leslie Walker’s June 16th Washington Post article on the business of webcomics (“Comics Looking To Spread a Little Laughter on the Web”) ran in the the June 17th edition of the Los Angeles Times’s Technology section under the title “They’re Drawn To The Internet”. (LA Times requires registration to read article)
Chris Crosby created and published his first professional comic book, SNAP THE PUNK TURTLE, at the age of 16 in 1993. In 1996, he co-created/co-wrote the best-selling independent superheroine comic series SCORN, and co-founded the parody label Blatant Comics. In January 1998, AnotherUniverse.com commissioned his first regularly-published online comic, the weekly SNAP THE PUNK TURTLE, and in March 1999, he launched his first daily webcomic, SUPEROSITY. In early 2000, Chris created and co-founded the online comic network Keenspot. In March 2004 he launched SORE THUMBS with artistic collaborator Owen Gieni, and later went on to produce WICKEDPOWERED, LAST BLOOD, and CROW SCARE with Gieni.
Ooo… I cant wait for the Fox News version
I’d look forward to Bill O’Reilly telling us all we don’t know jack about webcomics, except we all know they pretend every site on the internet that isn’t their’s is from France
It’d be fun:
“Well, I do get the creative freedom that I normally wouldnt have in print…”
“What? Can’t you work within the system? Ya gotta be subversive?! WHY DO YOU HATE AMERICA?!”
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