Submitted by El Santo on February 2, 2009 - 00:00
I recently did a post on a comic whose title was, shall we say, off-putting. That got me to wondering: what ARE the most awesomely bad webcomic titles of all time?
Submitted by fesworks on January 15, 2009 - 23:33
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 9, 2008 - 12:41
NOTE: An updated version of this list is here - please go there to offer your suggestions and comments. Thanks!
Submitted by fesworks on June 26, 2008 - 20:14
Episode 30 - Adult Webcomics with Josh Lesnick: Since noone else will admit to it, why not dedicate a whole show to it? Josh Lesnick joins Fes, Tanya and Aaron as we discuss quality adult webcomics! Remember that most of the webcomics we talk about on this show are for people 18 years or older.
Milestones reported this week: Cooties turns 2 years! (We missed a few. We’ll get those next week!)
Submitted by mimo on April 18, 2007 - 09:51
After many hours of weeping, pulling out chunks of hair and drawing tiny art deco bracelets, the Snowball dress up game is online! Click here to play (note: NSFW as it contains a little stylized nudity).
And read the webcomic Toy Division here.
A collective, loosely defined, is any sustained grouping of webcomic creators. What they do together varies greatly from group to group. Some are largely a peer group offering each other critical feedback and encouraging support. Others throw in cross-promotion for each others' work. Some build a collective brand with logos, advertising and a central website. Some share business experience and expertise in areas as varied as merchandise, books, conventions, hosting and website creation.
And what did I find from my research? There's a tremendous number of collectives out there (and that I never want to attempt another "survey" article again). And, oh yeah, checking out collectives can be a great way to find excellent new comics.
Mike Lacroix is a cartoonist, blogger and finely-tuned athlete. He's currently working on his third webcomic, the appropriately titled Foxy Lollop. His previous efforts include the long-running Gluemeat (since 2001) and the underground classic, Aren't We Real. Lacroix and myself were both founding members of the pioneering, but short-lived webcomics collective ALTBRAND.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 4, 2006 - 22:34
Submitted by mimo on June 19, 2006 - 06:03
The webcomic equivalent of salted liquorice is back in action. After a four month hiatus, Toy Division has returned
Join us for exciting romps with Pepsi von Hellswine and his creepy comrades. It will be super.