Wizard is doing webcomic stuff again – an interview with Tom Siddell of Gunnerkrigg Court, John Allison of Scary Go Round, a roundtable with a pretty cool cast of creators (from ComicCon).
Laura Hudson who works for the magazine Comic Foundry has a blog with some good webcomic-related posts. Most recently she interviewed Leigh Walton of Top Shelf 2.0, and Rantz Hosely of the Long Box Project.
Ted the Robot asks how many books he should bring to this year's SPX. Good question — surely there's some collective common sense advice out there on this?
Michael Jantze of the webcomic The Norm tries creating an "audio comic". I guess it's for people too lazy to read the words themselves?
GREATER F-WAD THEORY OF THE INTERNET
So the Daily Cartoonists hits a civility crisis. I can relate having had it rip through Comixpedia/ComixTalk in earlier years. It's hard to come up with "rules" for conversation but you can kind of tell when a place is working and when it's starting to deteriorate. The sad thing is it really always seems to be a small number of people who either like to pretend to be or probably really are borderline psychotic that cause the most damage to a site. </soapbox>
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS
Rob Balder's Partially Clips gets a shout out from blogger and biologist PZ Myers.
This Week in Webcomics is a pretty cool new blog you might want to bookmark.
Brandon J. Carr has a new project with David These Stories Are True – check it out.
I love John Allison's take on Batman.
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