This Day In ComixTALK: August 20, 2010
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 20, 2010 - 00:37
Another trip in the webcomic wayback machine:
The secret of Kate Beaton's webcomic origins revealed! The mystery of Shaenon Garrity's self-publishing saga uncovered! Plus links to Brigid Alverson on TokyoPop's online presence and Cory Doctorow on why e-publishing has to be part of a writer's strategy.
We linked to the Journey Into History blog's review of Vir Bonus, the unfinished webcomic from former ComixTalk blogger Giant Panda. The next day Eric Burns wrote a Feeding Snarky column about pr0n comics.
Joey Manley wrote about The Comics Journal forum notice of Drew Weing's webcomic Pup. I think most of those TCJ-era links are shot (this one is) which is too bad. Drew has posted a not-complete archive of Pup strips at his website, Be sure to check out Drew's current webcomic and book, Set To Sea and say hi to him at SPX this fall.