Tuesday Means Trouble in River City

Joey Manley’s last Webhead column at the Pulse sparked a 125+ long forum thread, what will be the result from the latest installment of his Webhead column at Pulse. Manley says this one’s about reading webcomics on the toilet.

We’ve also received word that SID the Happy Robotâ„¢ wants to wish everyone a happy holiday from Cybertropolisâ„¢. Thanks SID.

There is a great thread at Websnark spinning off of the roundtable article in this month issue. Go check it out.

Tom Spurgeon interviewed Charlie Brownstein, director of the Comicbook Legal Defense Fund.

Warren Ellis posted a photo of Svetlana Chmakova wearing the snow camouflage ENGINEwear hoodie. I like that Engine logo. Ellis also linked to this essay on Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics book that is interesting even if I completely disagree with most of it.


Joey Manley

Joey Manley (b.1965–d.2013) was the author of the novel The Death of Donna-May Dean (1992), entrepreneur, and founder of Modern Tales and WebcomicsNation. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joey_Manley