Modern Tales announced the addition of five new comics to its lineup for the second half of 2007:
- Little Dee, by Chris Baldwin, a daily strip about a little girl raised in the woods by animals. Baldwin is best known as the creator of Bruno, one of the longest-running and most acclaimed webcomics, which ended early in 2007.
- Planet Saturday Comics, by Monty and Kelli Kane, a monthly comic about â€œchildhood, parenthood and memory,â€ based on the creatorsâ€™ own experiences as kids and as parents.
- Gothbunnies, by Joanne Wojtysiak, a whimsical fantasy about three rabbits dealing with their new home and its overgrown, magical garden.
- No Stereotypes, by Amber â€œGlychâ€ Greenlee, a sprawling fantasy about an immortal searching for his lost love, the ordinary girl who might be what heâ€™s been looking for, and the troublemaking gods who get in their way. No Stereotypes is returning to Modern Tales after a long absence.
- All Knowledge Is Strange, a new strip by renowned experimental webcartoonist and minicomics creator Daniel Merlin Goodbrey. All Knowledge Is Strange replaces Goodbreyâ€™s previous comic on Modern Tales, Brain Fist.
Editor Shannon Garrity promises interviews with the new creators – she’s already posted one with Chris Baldwin here.