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Snapshot reviews added in new issue of Webcomics Examiner

August 9, 2004-- The Webcomics Examiner August issue premieres today with a new feature and a new writer.

Listed in our 'reviews' section is an inauspicious item, 'Snapshots' by the Examiner staff. This is a gateway to a page of short reviews covering a wider range of comics beyond those generally receiving feature-length treatment.

A new face on the reviewing front is Miguel Estrugo, best known for his comic series Alice Otter.

The Webcomics Examiner is a monthly forum of reviews, interviews, and critical articles evaluating webcomics as a fine art. The free-access website is at http://webcomicsreview.com.

The latest issue features an interview with The Circle Weave creator Indigo Kelleigh, and an animated cover by Melbourne artist Kirrily Schell. It includes critical reviews of 'Louis: Red Letter Day' by Metaphrog, 'Scary Go Round' by John Allison, 'Copper' by Kazu Kibuishi, 'Framed' by Damonk, 'Desert Rocks' by JJ Naas, and 'The Gods of Arr-Kelaan' by Chuck Rowles. The Snapshots column focuses on artists associated with the upcoming print anthology Flight.

Press contact: Joe Zabel,

Snapshot reviews added in new issue of Webcomics Examiner

August 9, 2004-- The Webcomics Examiner August issue premieres today with a new feature and a new writer.

Listed in our 'reviews' section is an inauspicious item, 'Snapshots' by the Examiner staff. This is a gateway to a page of short reviews covering a wider range of comics beyond those generally receiving feature-length treatment.

A new face on the reviewing front is Miguel Estrugo, best known for his comic series Alice Otter.

The Webcomics Examiner is a monthly forum of reviews, interviews, and critical articles evaluating webcomics as a fine art. The free-access website is at http://webcomicsreview.com.

The latest issue features an interview with The Circle Weave creator Indigo Kelleigh, and an animated cover by Melbourne artist Kirrily Schell. It includes critical reviews of 'Louis: Red Letter Day' by Metaphrog, 'Scary Go Round' by John Allison, 'Copper' by Kazu Kibuishi, 'Framed' by Damonk, 'Desert Rocks' by JJ Naas, and 'The Gods of Arr-Kelaan' by Chuck Rowles. The Snapshots column focuses on artists associated with the upcoming print anthology Flight.

Press contact: Joe Zabel,