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News, News on the Range...

Hey!  The WCCAs nomination round is underway until May 29th.  If you're a working webcomic creator, go forth and nominate.

Benjamin Birdie has a new project: Nitroglycerin to be published online at Boom! Studios. Birdie is handling art and words will be by comics blogger Kevin Church. Birdie's webcomic Genre City, while unfinished is very funny and a nice indie twist on the staples of superherodom.

Shooting War is described as a webcomic about the Iraq War.  Haven't read it yet but I plan to.

T catches an interview with Ryan North (Dinosaur Comics).  He also adds his two cents to the discussion of Joe Zabel's webcomics community essay.  I wrote a reaction yesteday but for me its squishy I guess - today I'm not even sure I agree 100% with what I wrote yesterday. 

Scott McCloud posted the cover to his coming soon Making Comics book

Mansion of E hits 1000 strips.

Reacting to the recent coverage of the alleged Brownstein/Soma incident, Onezumi writes an essay about her thoughts on the matter.

And last but not least, I present the newest idea for webcomics merchandise: custom printed toilet paper.

That's an Expensive Asswipe

pclips's picture

I can't believe the pricing on the custom toilet paper. Nobody's gonna make money reselling those; the wholesale price is higher than somebody would pay retail at a booth. Too bad. I like to promote my book as good bathroom reading.

Re: News, News on the Range...

mckenzee's picture

[quote=xerexes]Hey!  The WCCAs nomination round is underway until May 29th.  If you're a working webcomic creator, go forth and nominate. [/quote]

Sure, and it would be great if we could actually, you know, nominate and stuff. After searching for a link, I checked out the forums and realized that the site is being reworked.

Not the best time for a redesign.

"There is a cryptic ingredient in many of our modern improvements - We are awed and pleased without knowing quite what we are enjoying" - E. B. White 1939

"There is a cryptic ingredient in many of our modern improvements - We are awed and pleased without knowing quite what we are enjoying" - E. B. White 1939