Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 7, 2003 - 17:56
We're noticing a few days late, but Angels 2200 by Peter Haynes and Nathaniel Savio hit its one year anniversary mark last week. This science fiction tale has attracted a growing audience but I'm sure there's room for more. Updates Monday and Fridays.
Submitted by stevenwithrow on April 3, 2003 - 15:51
Are there lions loose in your library? Critical Thinking is a new weekly webcomic hosted on Komikwerks. A new episode posted every Wednesday. Critical Thinking was created and written by Steven Withrow. Guest artists include Joe Zabel, Shaenon K. Garrity, Diego Jourdan, Gil Agudin, Steven James Taylor, and many more.
Submitted by Steve Ince on March 31, 2003 - 01:15
Steve Ince, (creator of Juniper Crescent) has begun a new spin-off strip called Dane and Joe that while touching on computers and video gaming will follow the lives of these two twenty-somethings through typical shenigans and whatnot.
Steve Ince's other strips, Juniper Crescent and Sapphire Claw will continue to update. Juniper Crescent has hit 100 strips in its first year and a half of publication. The Sapphire Claw has been appearing for about a year.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 24, 2003 - 12:07
"Superheroes & Pretty Girls," an exhibit of work by Kenn Minter, started today at the Gallerie Soleil in Lexington, KY. It runs until April 11th. More details can be otained from Kenn Minter.
His online comic, "I'm Not From Here" is an auto-biographical work and can be read at http://www.geocities.com/kennminter.
Submitted by kdsh7 on March 20, 2003 - 19:30
"Watch out for my bio-nuclear impact!"
The Born Image have released the latest episode of their webcomic The Incredible Adventures of The Bamboolais. The latest episode, "Duel", pays tribute to an old Japanese manga/anime which is very popular in America at the moment...
Submitted by Cindermain on March 18, 2003 - 19:56
Cinderblock's First Year!
Cinderblock celebrates its first-ever anniversary on Wednesday, March 26th!
Coincidentally, this also falls upon the same day as Hotel Grim's first birthday. Seeing as the two strips are basically the same except in art style, storyline, and characterization, this came as a totally surprise to no-one.
Come celebrate! Bring a friend.
Submitted by indybuda on March 18, 2003 - 16:19
Hotel Grim celebrates its first anniversary of moroseness with its 145th strip on Wednesday, March 26th! Come check it out for a special Doomy-sized update!
Submitted by kdreger on March 17, 2003 - 18:01
Published in Caltech's student newspaper for nearly two years, the strip chronicles the highs and lows of life at the notoriously challenging school.
"It's supposed to be entirely fictional, but no one ever believes us, Wan said."
"There was a time when everyone assumed that whatever was happening in the comic was what was happening in our lives, like Tim's and Mike's parents," Lee said, laughing.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 11, 2003 - 13:37
Martin's Misdirection by James Burk is a sweet little comic strip about a magician and his bunny. Part of Outcast Studios, the comic still has a fairly small audience but seems emminently worth checking out if for no other reason than Burk has uncovered the secret behind the dastardly evil rebate scheme.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 3, 2003 - 12:33
The art is a little raw but the writing is a nice blend of corporate and topical satire mixed with some bizarre and inventive adventuresome plotlines. Plus it's got a hilarious rogues gallery of characters.
Back after a three month hiatus, Mythocorp by Kevin Wolf is worth checking out.