AdultWebcomics.com: Call for Submissions
Submitted by Joey Manley on July 19, 2006 - 20:43
AdultWebcomics.com: Graphic Depictions
Call for Submissions
AdultWebcomics.com is seeking submissions of one-panel cartoon gags, ongoing comic strips, graphic novels, and short stories in sequential art form, in the genres of sexual humor and/or erotica.
AdultWebcomics is the newest project from some of the people who brought you Modern Tales and Webcomics Nation. Because of certain limitations imposed on those sites by some of our business partners, we are unable to host "mature" content on our other, currently more-famous sites. AWC is meant to work around those limitations by providing cartoonists with an uninhibited playground, where the fine scatological and erotic traditions of cartoon art can be honored and extended. We are looking for the best of the best in the genre.
In other words, send us the stuff that's too "hot" for Modern Tales -- or for our competitors, for that matter (all of whom have similar restrictions on adult content).
AdultWebcomics only seeks a non-exclusive right to post your work on our website. This means that the material may also appear elsewhere on the web -- on your own website, or on a portal, or anywhere else you choose to put it -- at the same time it appears at AdultWebcomics.com.
Submissions should be sent to: email@example.com
AdultWebcomics.com is not currently able pay you directly for your work. This is one reason we only seek non-exclusive rights. However, you will be free to sell advertising on your own pages, and make money that way. Specifically, there are three advertising "slots" on each AdultWebcomics page: one small 468x60 space running along the tops of the pages; one 120x600 space running along the sides of the pages, and another horizontal banner running along the very bottoms of the pages. The top and the bottom slots will be reserved for AWC house ads. AWC cartoonists will have control of the 120x600 ad slot running along the sides of their pages. If you are participating in an affiliate program, for example, or if you have an account with a third-party ad-hosting service, you can slide your banner code into that part of the page very easily. We also have our own private banner server which you can use, if you wish, to sell ads directly to advertising buyers -- and you can keep all the money for yourself. Or, for that matter, you can use the spot to advertise your own wares. This is the same business model currently in place on the new, free, Modern Tales.