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Comixpedia Update: Thanks, Links and Bucks

A quick shout-out to our current advertisers: the webcomic Life on the Fringe and the Learn To Draw the Human Figure drawing course. Also be sure to check out the Overman comic and Grant Thomas's website full of comics and music goodness. We also thank all of our Project Wonderful advertisers including current sponsors, the webcomics collective The Chemistry Set, the webcomic For The Hermits, and the awesome t-shirt company, Awesome T-Shirts.

Speaking of collectives, I neglected last month to highlight Kelly Cooper's features on webcomic communities from the archives. Check out parts one and two for a view of webcomic community from when Comixpedia just started in 2003.

Finally - I'll be traveling next week so my posting will be light. A bit of the April issue should go up this weekend but I'll have to regroup on it when I get back. We're still looking for new (or old) reviewers to... well review some webcomics. It's not much, but Comixpedia does pay $10 for a published review. Right now I am looking for reviews of science fiction webcomics (check out our archive of reviews for some examples of what Comixpedia has published in the past). If you're a potential reviewer be sure to email me (xerexes AT comixpedia DOT com) and we'll get you started.

Would it be acceptable to

andrael's picture

Would it be acceptable to review a comic that has less than thirty installments so far?

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Depends but not likely

Xaviar Xerexes's picture

Really I like reviews of comics with a year's worth of archives (could be 6 months for a 5 day a week schedule) if it's a serialized work.

If it's a shorter stand-alone story it's best to review it when it's done.

We used to also run a review feature that did short "previews" of 3 or 4 relatively new webcomics. I'd consider running those again but it's more of a highlight than a full review...

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Xaviar Xerexes

On second thought, let's not go to Comixpedia. It is a silly place.

I run this place! Tip the piano player on the way out.