Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 3, 2003 - 10:16
It should probably be noted that (as far as I know) FANS! will be profitable on Keenspot as of the 2nd Quarter 2003 income disbursement in October, and WOULD'VE been profitable in Q1 2003 if not for the much weaker ad revenue in 2001-02, which put it in the hole. In 2003, ad revenues have greatly increased while average bandwidth costs have lowered, which means that even very high-bandwidth-per-page should be profitable for the forseeable future.
Having a high-bandwidth-per-page site does NOT immediately equal unprofitability on Keenspot, generally.
The difference between a high-bandwidth site and a high-bandwidth-per-page site should also be noted. Being high-bandwidth is great because it usually means you're popular and you're generating high revenues. Being high-bandwidth-PER-PAGE is not quite as great, because if the bandwidh on a page costs more than the revenue generated by the ad on that page, that's unprofitable. The good news is that ad revenue increasing and bandwidth costs lowering means that even pages with big giant colorful 150K file size comics on them can be profitable.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 22, 2003 - 16:34
Another edition of your irregular Friday Rookie Roundup. This week we point your attention to new superhero webcomic Dasien, which has a slightly manga-ish art style; Riboflavin, a comic that seems to have really evolved its artwork over its existence; and Element's Song , which is manga-ish and furry-ish.
And a note to whoever runs the "SuperKeen!" dropdown list - lots of broken sites and no-longer updating webcomics on it. Holy 404s Bat-dude!!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 26, 2003 - 12:22
It doesn't seem to happen like it used to but back in the day all the hep kids were dropping science in each others' backyard:
User Friendly and Superosity: Dust Puppy visits Superosity-land.
When I Grow Up and Diesel Sweeties: Roger finds true robot love! (not entirely sure where in the DS archives its half is)
I'm sure there's lots more I'm forgetting - feel free to post more classic crossovers below. Thanks!