Week 3’s slate of articles leads off with “Case Studies in Webcomics Book Collections” by Rob Balder. Balder is the creator of Partially Clips and he talked with several webcomic creators about their experiences in putting their work into print. We also have “An Incomplete List of Webcomics in Print” collated by Kelly J. Cooper, by hand no less! If you’ve been curious about whether your favorite webcomic has a dead tree version or not this list (most likely) will answer your question.
Al Schroeder interviews Peter Zale who was one of the first to put his comic, Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet, on the Internet and one of the first to leave the web for newspaper syndication. And last but not least, Ping Teo delivers the latest installment of her regular column with “The Essence of… Webcomic Print Labeling.“
We’ll be back in July with our first ever SUMMER ISSUE with a cover from Jeph Jacques of Questionable Content.