Submitted by Th'_Mole on January 11, 2008 - 22:12
Have a lookÂ -- he's talking about three things everyone here likes: comics, the web, and money.
Submitted by Tim Tylor on December 13, 2007 - 15:39
I can't help wondering why more webcomics don't have permalinks for the current strip. They seem quite rare, but they strike me as filling a pretty clear need. Without them there aren't any really user-friendly ways of linking to an interesting current episode from a blog or forum, and so comics are bound to lose some potential inlinks and readers. Achewood provides them, but I can't think of any others offhand. I'm wondering if there's any technical reason they're not provided more.
Submitted by Tangent on August 6, 2007 - 17:43
Tangents: American Reviewer
Tangents is putting out the call for submissions for fan-written reviews that may appear in Tangents. Write up a review and submit it to Tangentsreviews at gmail period com. Once received, the T:AR Judge's Panel consisting of Robert Howard of Tangents, Steve Anderson of Reel Advice fame (and the occasional Roundtable at Tangents), and Brett Hainley of Casual Notice will look over fan-submitted reviews. Comments about the reviews will be written up and submitted with the review.
Submitted by August Pollak on July 2, 2007 - 23:06
Thanks to Xavier for offering me the guest blogging spot. Ironically, Xavier caught me during a week where I'll mostly be celebrating the field of print cartooning- the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists is holding its annual convention here in the lovely swampland of D.C. this year.
Submitted by harknell on April 30, 2007 - 07:52
Submitted by Compugasm on April 13, 2007 - 09:18
David Hamilton, a graduate student and freelance journalist in Toronto Canada, interviewed Jeff Knooren of Super Unit 5000 about webcomics. The full interview is at Fleen.
The interview covers topics such as:
- When did webcomics really take off? What were the most influential ones?
- What type of person is the typical reader?
- Can someone make enough money to write a webcomic full-time? Is the goal of many webcomic authors, as you see it, to break into the publishing industry with their own book?
Submitted by Chris Cantrell on December 20, 2006 - 16:20
The Eufos has left Drunk Duck and moved to it's own server! For most of you, the transition should be seemless but if you can't find it at the old address you should be using the new one - http://www.theeufos.com .
(For those of you who regularly visit The Eufos via the regular domain (www.theeufos.com) you will not have problems. This only applies to those of you using the DD url.)
Submitted by grantcthomas on October 24, 2006 - 20:43
Grantthomasonline.com is relaunching today and will now be the entry point for all Grant's creative efforts.
From the comics section you can read My Life in Records, Graphic Poems or Birdsworth.
In the music section you can listen to a few demos of songs from a forthcoming album set to come out in December.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 15, 2006 - 12:16
Kris Straub talks about modifying WordPress to better accomodate using it for webcomics+news. Tyler Martin's ComicPress theme for WordPress was the first such succesful effort, but it has a few limitations: it only supports one file format and there has to be a 1:1 relationship between posts and comics. (If you can live with those limitations, however ComicPress works well).
Straub (from what I understand) wrote the update system for Blank Label Comics, so I've no doubt he should be able to come up with something useful here as well. Maybe if we all ask nicely he'll release his new creation to the public...