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Webcomic Wire - 9/23/08

Drawn from deep in the microverse of webcomics…

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  • Tokyopop revamps the Manga Pilot program.
  • ComicPress: The Technical Guide parts 2 and 3 are out.
  • This Week in Webcomics outlines the top ten Strong Bad Emails.
  • Webcomic Weekly #47 features a visit from Mike Krahulik of Penny-Arcade.
  • King Features has signed a deal with ROK Comics to deliver strips to cell phones.
  • The Floating Lightbulb talks about different styles of humor in this post and talks about metrics in this one.
  • EyeSkream adds three new webcomics, Little Terrors, Gamer Candy and Somewhere in SF.
  • Comics Worth Reading has a list of New Webcomics Worth Reading.
  • ComicMix has an interesting post about webcomics and DRM.
  • A post from Cameotracker on LiveJournal about when crossovers break up.
  • Sandeep Kamath treats us to a list of webcomics created by Indians.

Reported by Michael Moss.