Submitted by Keith Quinn on May 1, 2006 - 17:05
Local Heroes, my online comic strip which was recently reviewed by Xaviar Xerexes, is celebrating its one year anniversary today! To celebrate the event, I created an American Spirit t-shirt and reprinted my two-part Heroes Incorporated® story from 1995 (along with eight pages of the never-published third part).
I look forward to another year (and more!) of sharing the thrilling adventures of the sensational Squire and UNIONS Local Chapter 37!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 1, 2006 - 07:46
Although Hard has called it quits (unless it turns out to be a hiatus...) he wrote a long post on the 7th anniversary of posting his first webcomic. It's an interesting overview of his work online and the associated events that occurred along the way.
Submitted by Fabricari on April 30, 2006 - 21:27
Thursday, May 4th, is Fabricari's one year anniversary. As a webcomic, anyway. It started out as a daily, stream-of-conscious exercise, and eventually evolved into one of the most focused long-term comic projects I've ever worked on. It also became one of the most rewarding. This is largely owed to Adam White joining up to take over the writing after the first chapter.
Submitted by scarfman on April 25, 2006 - 12:46
This is Paul Gadzikowski, creator of Arthur, King of Time and Space, trying the Comixpedia blog thing. I'm not quite sure how it works. Will this appear on the front page? I think I've seen others' blog entries on the front page. The Comixpedia landscape is in such transition lately. Just in case, to make this entry noteworthy I'll mention that, as of April 20, since its inception Arthur, King of Time and Space went 700 daily updates without missing any.
Submitted by Toon_Dawg on April 14, 2006 - 17:09
Tales From Band Camp celebrates its 10th year online! Come visit the website to read about how TFBC got started as one of the first comics to publish on the Internet and celebrate a decade of band nerd-dom
Submitted by bobweiner on April 13, 2006 - 12:39
A hearty Thanks to my good buddy Tom Davis for setting the site up with ATOM and RSS2 compliant feeds. RSS readers should now be able to view the PC Weenies directly within their favorite RSS aggregator. This makes me very happy!
If you already have subscribed to the RSS feed, you may have to refresh the feed to see the images. Worse case, unsubscribe and resubscribe to the feed and you should see the 'toons.
Submitted by toyzville on April 12, 2006 - 00:17
The webcomic Toyzville celebrates it's 100th strip tomorrow (Thursday, April 13) with an over-sized strip!
Toyzville is set in the world where "discarded, lost and unused toys" go when they are no longer wanted in the real world. Any toy that's ever existed can show up in Toyzville and some of these toys have "the spark" making them alive and sentient.
Submitted by MaximKovalenko on April 8, 2006 - 16:39
This monday, we celebrate a double anniversary as the science fiction webcomics Requiem and The Tunnelrunners (which is hosted as part of the Renderosity.com weekly comic strip) celebrate their 600th comic, and 50th comic respectively.
'Cause you know, sometimes 500 strips just isn't cool enough ;)
Submitted by Erik Melander on April 7, 2006 - 10:27
Well so much for writing regularly in the blog. I have three or four entries that are lying around unfinished, ideas not quite thought through yet.
This post in itself is almost a week late. The occasion, the second year anniversary of my webcomic, vir Bonus. It is a bitter sweet moment. While I am proud that I have kept at it for so long, I am also dissatisfied with the progress. Looking through the pages I've produced there are both that I am impressed by, and significantly more that are embarrassing. The story, which was intended as a rather short introductory story, has muted and twisted from the original idea and keep doing so. In many ways it is a better story than the original, but it is also longer and there are other stories I am aching to do. Both in the world of vir Bonus, but also others completely. I suppose that is the curse of an overactive imagination, to little time or perhaps in my case the unwillingness to devote more.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 31, 2006 - 12:39
Jon Rosenberg's Goats is
10 9 years this weekend. I've been reading Goats for about forever and at a long ago point Rosenberg was as crappy an artist as I am. He has, however, stuck with it since then. Practice makes perfect a lot of progress actually.
And of course he's always been funny. So he's got that going for him...
Here's a snapshot of Goats: the first is from April 30, 1997 and the second is from mid-2005: