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Webcomics Anonymous Opens

Webcomics Anonymous has been swimming around quietly in the facebook group bay for quite some time now but finally it's launched its very first webcomic magazine, available to read, sit at home with and ponder at.

The first issue features an array of upcoming talent, fantastic information and packed to the brim. It has a four page feature on the fantastic webcomic Grumps which has just started its second year. It includes a interesting interview with Tyson Smith (from Pirate & Alien). It even has a behind the look at Joe & Monkey. Not only that but it showcases a few webcomics, has a review, debate, news as well as a webcomic crossword puzzle who get bored after reading a lot of writing.

So go buy the first copy, priced £1 (with shipping UK 80p and the World £2)

Re: Webcomics Anonymous Opens

Chris Cantrell's picture

Hopefully you'll do better than Zoinks did. It was a fantastic paper with a lot of creator support but I guess sponsor interest just wasn't enough to keep it afloat.

 

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Re: Webcomics Anonymous Opens

So you have to pay to read about comics that are free on the internet?

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kittykatya's picture

Well, if you think about it, it works out better than reading comic blogs. There you read for free about nifty books and could wind up spending a lot either in one-off purchases or subscriptions. With the WA magazine, you pay a very small amount to get pointed to lots of free webcomics, which in turn may act as gateways for even more free webcomics. :)

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moovok's picture

Same applied to Zoinks Magazine and Squid & Ink. Alas Zoinks has finished and Squid & Ink are... not sure... it's a cheap price, you get something to take away with ya rather than show your friends your laptop, plus it's some exclusive stuff within, plus it's gonna be in sale in some comic shops around the UK (and hopefully one day the US as well) so people who rarely visit webcomics can have a chance and maybe get into the whole webcomic community.