Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on July 1, 2005 - 11:38
Here's an assortment of going on's for Friday:
I thought these cell phone trailers before the movies were old hat by now, but this PvP is still a funny one.
Last is a webcomic from James Burns called Detached which is a true to life story of Burn's brush with blindness from a detached retina during a busy time in his life. I'm not sure I've made that sound as interesting as it actually is, but this is an authentically engaging piece of journal webcomicing worth a read.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 20, 2005 - 15:16
Coming this summer -- Squid and Ink -- a new comic anthology featuring scads of webcomic artists, including Comixpedia contributor, Welton Colbert (aka Ryan Estrada). The new bi-monthly publication will have some of the best comics from local and web comic authors, as well as industry articles, interviews, and guides.
Other listed contributors include: John Allison of Scary Go Round; Tom Brazelton of Theater Hopper; Brian Carroll of Instant Classic; Kent Earle & Scott Bevan of White Ninja; Josh Meinzer of Aikida; RamÃ³n PÃ©rez & Rob Coughler of Butternutsquash; Leticia Rocha of Super Tony; Patrick Spacek of Parking Lot is Full; Zach Stroum of Shaw Island; and James Turner of Beaver and Steve.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 7, 2005 - 10:19
Sharing Machine looks like a spiffy lo-fi indy kind of publisher for music to me. They had an ad on White Ninja this morning so I checked it out.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 16, 2005 - 12:23
There are a bunch of comics I read in bunches but there are also comics I keep up with everyday. Of those everyday reads I always seem to gravitate to reading my current favorite first. What's the first comic you check each morning?
Right now, for me it's Questionable Content (with Wapsi Square a close second).
Submitted by Thomas on January 9, 2005 - 13:26
Here is a quick ripp off of White Ninja that I thought was funny at the time. Just the idea of a worm pulling off the whole ninja thing is funny. Anyway, I did it in black and white first and then added color just because. Lemme know your thoughts on it. We may make him a regular in one of our comics on our site.
Itâ€™s been almost a year since our last effort to measure the webcomic audience. While in a perfect world we would have spent that time developing proprietary measurement tools capable of providing a highly accurate list of webcomic audience numbers this, in so many ways, is not a perfect world. Plus, we spent the development money on Mexican vitamins. But that alas is another story.
Submitted by Duncanzits on September 18, 2004 - 01:01
Hi folks, I just started up my online comic at http://www.likeanepisodeof.com
A little about myself:
I use to be a news reporter and interviewer at toonzone.net back when I was in high school, then went off to college and have pitched a few shows to Cartoon Network and am interested in working with them someday. I like Penny Arcade, White Ninja, Achewood, blah, blah blah.
Submitted by Charbonneau on September 3, 2004 - 01:00
BoneFlake Studios, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of a new Canadian humour tabloid and very webcomic-friendly, VILLAGE IDIOT MAGAZINE (VIM).
Alongside VIMâ€™s doses of biting satire, edgy parodies and off-the-wall humor pieces, Canadians will have the opportunity to read some of their favorite online comics in an offline format.
The current line-up of â€œWebcomics in Printâ€ are: â€œButternut Squashâ€ by Ramon Perez; â€œThe Good Little Robotâ€ by Ryan Reid; â€œBob the Angry Flowerâ€ by Stephen Notley; â€œWhite Ninjaâ€ by Scott Bevan & Kent Earle and Bill Charbonneau's two webcomic offerings, â€œVoices in my Handâ€ and â€œSmall Market Sportsâ€.
Submitted by michaelwhitney on July 1, 2004 - 13:04
Their "Return to Sender" link is wrong. Oh well. They're young! For youth! They can make mistakes!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on May 4, 2004 - 12:07
First of all it's a slow news day again. But second and more importantly be sure to check out the invaluable guide to freshly updated webcomics from Ash. And third and most importantly give these folks a hand (and feel free to add more in the comments) for providing some webcomic goodness today:
All Grown Up
Badly Drawn Kitties
Bob and George
Bob The Squirrel
Calvin and Hobbes
Cat and Girl
College Roomies From Hell
Daily Dinosaur Comics
Dandy and Company
General Protection Fault
John and John
Kevin and Kell
Least I Could Do
Off the Mark
Ozy and Millie
Polymer City Chronicles
Real Life Comics
Scary Go Round
Taking the Bi-pass
The Adventures of Megaman and Link
The Creatures in My Head
The Dementia of Magic
The Pondering Monkey