Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 8, 2010 - 20:01
Otis Frampton, creator of Oddly Normal has a new webcomic called Escape From Planet Nowhere and it looks fantastic. It's a sci-fi adventure kind of story with a classic sci-fi look. He explains the new comic and goes through how he created the look in this video:
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 10, 2010 - 12:04
OMFGUIHAJB!!!! It is snowing again in Washington DC. IT IS SNOWING... AGAIN. I have a review of Smile up today. In addition, be sure to check out the bonus comic Raina Telgemeier did. I saw this funny comic about one of the downsides of the Internet today (see above) - Gemma Correll has lots more great illustrations on her Flickr page.
Weird, but something I suspect many readers here might be interested in checking out -- MyWebWill purports to be a service for managing your digital identity after death. Think about it -- you're going to create a ton of stuff online in your life, some of it at least as important as any physical stuff you'll leave behind.
JUSTIFY MY HYPE: Jamie Noguchi has a new webcomic called Yellow Peril. Jamie was the original artist for Erfworld, is a heck of an artist and part of the Super Art Fight crew. Jamie also runs Monster Cutie which is a great source of tips and craft for illustrators.
Last, not comics but this Oscar nominated short, Logorama, is all kinds of weird-cool. Language is very NSFW btw.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 28, 2008 - 22:08
I checked out a new strip called Lifestrips - I like it. Kind of a combination of American Elf and A Softer World. Very short rchive so far but if you're into journal type comics I'd recommend trying it out and seeing where it goes.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on June 23, 2008 - 15:35
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 10, 2008 - 19:10
The new webcomic has just started, so this hype offered without comment.
Submitted by JoshWay on January 25, 2008 - 11:42
Chronicle is a funny new webcomic about the ups and downs in the life of a newspaper editor named Charles Burke. In the four months since the strip began, Chuck has lost his prestigious position as Editor-In-Chief of The City Times and relocated to the tiny upstate town of Riverbed, where must work with a staff of four to keep a dying paper alive and - if possible - relevant.
The strip is new every weekday morning, with full online archives and subscription via email or RSS.
Submitted by celsias on January 24, 2008 - 14:59
The freshman entry for Forever September by John Palmer was released today on webcomicsnation.com. It is 50 pages in length.
This premier book introduces the audience to the gunman, the witch, and the paladin and their plan to save the world.
Submitted by maxmead on October 4, 2007 - 17:43
Â I thought i would put up a blog posting about the RE-LAUNCH of MaxMeadCartoons.com.
I've got a fresh batch of cartoons on the site now, and a new pattern for releasing them!Â
Submitted by Brian Moore on August 14, 2007 - 21:20
Without exactly intending to do so, I've started a new webcomic called (appropriately enough) Unintentional. It updates Monday through Friday on WebComicsNation. Now's your chance to get in on the ground floor of the story, which so far features a guy in an old-fashioned swimsuit, a severed head, and a steampunk-esque roadster. Start at the beginning here.
Submitted by hunting_town on July 23, 2007 - 21:35
Fresh faced new webcomic the Illuminated Circus is finally alive and online- a limited archive at the mo, but i'd really appreciate any feedback you guys could give me whilst the comic (and website) is young and 'changeable'. Please do me the honour of taking a look, even if you dont deem it worthy of a post
Â www.illuminatedcircus.comÂ Â Â
Â much love
Â Hunting Town