Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 14, 2010 - 11:52
Hey still here! Back from adventures in the far east and looking at a mound of email and links about comics. I'm beginning to think this place would be better if it was more of a group project again. Hmmm...
AROUND THE BLOGS
- Webcomic Wednesday points out a particularly stupid Hi & Lois comic. You know because libraries have killed off all culture? I mean we have been cultureless in America since Andrew Carnegie hatched his evil plan to library-ize the country, right?
- Mooky Chick offers 5 tips to making a webcomic.
HYPIN' THE HYPE!
- Codex Optica is an abstract webcomic by Paul Dwyer, who is graphic artist and photographer from Athens, Georgia.
The Webcomic Factory is an anthology of comics from Christian Beranek and Tony DiGerolamo and a number of artists from around the globe. There's a press release here with details on a party on May 26th at The Comic Bug in Manhattan Beach, CA.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 22, 2010 - 08:44
Welcome to Monday! May I direct your attention to a review of several mini comics posted late Friday? If you enjoyed John Allison's COMIX REMIX of the above photo, you might want to check out the entire series he posted to FLICKR.
REMIX: The Webcomic Builder has a lengthy essay on fan-comics; something maybe we ought to relabel "remix comics"?
NOT WEBCOMICS: Kickstarter fund drive for an American Elf videogame? I'd buy that for a dollar!
- Scott McCloud highlights something I'd actually missed in reading the new Zahra’s Paradise at First Second: its availability in multiple languages: English, Farsi, Arabic, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch.
- Not sure if this is good or bad but Bleeding Cool notes that "After filing for bankruptcy, German TV company TV-Toonland has sold Svetlana Chmakova’s manga-adapted TV show My Life Me to Classic Media. It will air in France and Canada later this year."
- Digital Strips has some factoids on webmanga, including Shuhuo Soto's earnings this year alone.