A little love letter to the magazine that could.It's the third anniversary of Comixpedia this issue.
2006 is the fourth year we've been writing about webcomics. We've put out 38 monthly issues of the magazine and published more than 600 reviews, interviews and other articles about webcomics. We've posted more than 2500 news posts (that's not counting the magazine).
Submitted by Brad Guigar on January 24, 2006 - 00:20
It seems like BLC has books popping up everywhere... even on TV! Viewers of the CBS hit comedy How I Met Your Mother may have even noticed Alyson Hannigan with her copy of â€œPure Ducky Goodnessâ€ in last nightâ€™s episode.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 12, 2006 - 11:55
It's like Tiger Beat only news-ier!
Read more for news about Fell, Fleen, Goats and the Wiz!
You can read online the entire #1 issue of Fell by Warren Ellis at Newsarama.
Jeff Lowrey over at FLEEN posts on webcomic collectives. Jeff, given that FLEEN is a webcomic critics collective does that mean "...the majority of webcomic CRITICS are lonely geeks living in garrets and basements, and need all the friends they can scare up or pay for."?
Who gets to write about webcomics?
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 29, 2005 - 13:04
Kurtz clarifies; Rosenberg speaks; Straub shows and meet the new Comixpedia forums moderator: Tim Demeter.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 28, 2005 - 18:07
I'm copying and pasting the actual reccomendations from Fenris' thread from the old forums b/c it was a good one and I'm hoping there's more to add from our readers.
A whole year of webcomic news wrapped up in a pretty package with cookies and milk commentary provided by Comixpedia contributors: Alexander Danner, Ping Teo, Kristofer Straub, T Campbell and Phil Kahn.
A freewheeling discussion about the wide world of webcomics with Eric Burns, Wednesday White, Phil Kahn, Giland Pellaeon, Bob Stevenson, Ping Teo, Daku, Karl Kuras, Doctor Setebos and William G, moderated by Xaviar Xerexes.
You may have noticed that in 2005, the "webcomics blogosphere" took off like never before. There were almost as many people writing about webcomics as making them (okay not really, but there were a whole lot more blog posts about webcomics this year.) We gathered together several popular bloggers for an online roundtable discussion on webcomics here at the tail end of 2005.
We talked about webcomics and creators, art and commerce and of course, webcomics drama. Plus some predictions for the year ahead.
A simple list of people of webcomics based on their contributions to the medium in 2005. And we have no doubt that we left off someone we shouldn't have. We're sorry. We'll try harder next year.
The theme this month is mystery webcomics. And for the first time since I took this gig...
...well, I have no freaking clue what to write. It's like they said "this month, the theme is finbotz comics," and I'd smile and nod and sit down in front of the word processor.