I’ve been tremendously enjoying the recent storyline at Goats, “Infinite Typewriters”, and just as we get to the exciting conclusion, Jon Rosenberg announces he will be traipsing around Europe the next couple weeks, leaving the faithful readers hanging in suspense.
On the other hand he’s lined up an awesome cast of guest contributors to take over until he returns. Continue Reading
You may have noticed that clip-art comic strip PartiallyClips has been experimenting with guest art from other webcomics creators for more than two months now. The latest entry takes it further, with an actual crossover appearance by main characters from Sluggy Freelance. Pete Abrams supplied the art, drawn during the webcomics panel at UberCon, and Rob Balder wrote the dialogue for Pete’s characters Torg and Riff. Continue Reading
Hey! Theater Hopper needs guest strips by July 10th because creator Tom Brazelton is moving this month.
I’m REALLY gonna need guest strips from you guys before July 10. So if you’re interested, draw something up and send it to me at email@example.com. If you can keep your images in JPG format, that’s best. And the strips can be as long as you want, just no wider than 525 pixels. Otherwise, they break the site layout.
In a few weeks I’ll be away on a much-needed vacation. To keep the toons going while I’m gone, I’m inviting any interested webcartoonists to submit a PC Weenies guest-strip for while I’m gone. The only requirements are that the image size be 432 x 504 pixels or less, so that the toon will display properly on the site. If you’re interested, please drop me a line ( info at pcweenies dot com ).
To express my sincere thanks, I’ll be happy to plug your site when your guest-toon is posted. Continue Reading
A great post at Ping Teo’s Webcomic Finds on that timeless comic convention, the cross-over. This bit should be mandatory:
Proper introductions. Don’t assume we automatically know who the other party is. Chanting their names to each other in two panels does not count either. Introduce the personalities of the other party to the audience.
As the final Star Wars movie approaches, join two of the most popular Science Fiction Parody webcomics as they clash for tickets… Mayberry Melonpool vs. Zortic!