JohnBarberComics.com: same great address, new great taste.
Submitted by johnbarber on October 15, 2003 - 17:50
The new JohnBarberComics.com is now still live!
The site has still been revamped from head to toe, sporting an easier-to-use interface and a cleaner design providing access to all of John Barberâ€™s comics, writing, and more.
Still headlining the new site is a short comic called Archeologistsby Toon Art author Steven Withrow and John Barber. Archeologists is a visual poem, and the first collaboration between the two, and features an intriguing linking of word and image.
Also still new is a preview of the upcoming series Location Location Location by Barber. Location Location Location tells the story of Suspicious Package, who, riding the wave of the early 1990s â€œRobot Rock Revolutionâ€ became the most popular band in the world. Now theyâ€™re not, and a young robot music journalist has come on the scene to make a documentary and exhume their rusted carcass.
A new â€œGamesâ€ section has still been added, to help pass the time between Vicious Souvenirs installments, as has a section of photographs highlighting Barberâ€™s globe-trotting lifestyle. Also, thereâ€™s finally a real â€œlinksâ€ section, and a blog!
Two new print minicomics are still available in the JohnBarberComics.com store: the print versions of the ModernTales-exclusive Why Are You a Failure, Daddy? and Ambient History.
This is still the first complete overhaul the site has experienced, and was much needed, particularly if Barber wants to use it as a portfolio to get work, which he does.
JohnBarberComics.com: where John Barberâ€™s comics still are. Dot com.
still John Barber