Submitted by NightgigTim on October 3, 2008 - 16:20
- The Daily Cartoonist played host to a spirited debate started by an analysis of the business model for webcomic creators described in the Halfpixel book ‘How To Make Webcomics’ by Ben Gordon. Fleen has more.
- io9.com has a sneak peak at the new Hulk webcomic.
- This Week in Webcomics is reporting that Goblins creator Thunt turns pro. Congratulations!
- ComixTalk posts about Comicbrush.com, a free web-based software for creating webcomics from the Clickwheel folks.
- ROK Comics announces the winner of their ROK and a Hard Place competition.
- The Webcomic Overlook is slowing down for a while to get married. Congratulations and come back soon!
- Zortic returns to webcomics. Welcome back!
- Xerexes of ComxTalk fame will be covering SPX on Sunday.
- 10 years sees the end of Cigarro & Cerveja.
- Orphan Works bill was quietly killed in the House.
- Li’l Nyet posts it’s 100th episode! Congratulations Bengo and Pug!
- Is your webcomic collective spread all over the universe? Hard to get together to plan stuff? Try DabbleBoard, a shared whiteboard for planning and strategy sessions.
- Lifehacker also posts that GIMP 2.6 has been released with some new goodness.
- Clone Wars webcomics are a go!
Submitted by Mark Mekkes on October 2, 2008 - 12:09
Mark Mekkes announces that his original webcomic creation will return on October 4th.
Over 8 years ago the comic Zortic appeared on the internet and set the standard for comic parody. Zortic provided a wider range and faster tempo of popular references than any other comic before or since. But after an 8 year run and over 1200 episodes, Zortic wrapped up its current storyline and ended. Although the archives remained available, there hasn’t been a new Zortic update for nearly 3 months.
Submitted by fesworks on July 20, 2008 - 13:19
Fes and Tanya start talking about some conventions for a little bit, but not before talking about ADHD, Scooby Doo, and riding bikes… Um… what else? Oh yea, then we eventually moved on to self-insertion.
Submitted by Mark Mekkes on June 16, 2008 - 13:18
After over 8 years of webcomics, I've decided to put everything I've learned into a fresh new project. Now's your chance to get in on it while it's still new; ETI-PI www.eti-pi.com/
Submitted by Al Schroeder on December 29, 2007 - 09:43
In Mindmistress, in the current story arc, it's a retrospective of her part of the Crossover Wars' final battle -- guest starring many webcomics greats, like ZORTIC, CORTLAND, Abui of ROGUES OF CLYWD-RHAN, Scale of CAMEOCOMICS, the Editor and the Evil Overlords United, Wheels of MAGICAL MISFITS, and Steve of LIFE AND DEATH, and more to come...(including one comic that hasn't been involved in the Crossover Wars yet...) But it's also a look about how in these cosmic crossover-thingees, how someone can be overwhelmed.
Submitted by Mark Mekkes on September 2, 2007 - 19:41
Is anyone familiar with There.com?Â It's one of those virtual communities where you can interact with people in a 3D environment.
Well residents of There can now purchase a 3D virtual version of the Entire Prize from the comic, Zortic!Â It's been developed by There designer Sojka and can be purchased inÂ the ThereÂ auctions.
Check out these screen shots.Â
Submitted by posiduck on August 20, 2007 - 20:21
I have seen some discussions recently about Eric Von Websnark's suggestion that For Better or For Worse fans appropriate and repurpose the comic. There are some very interesting (and heated) comments going on over at that post, so people should check those out, but I want to talk about entitlement and derivative works.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 15, 2007 - 12:57
Most "popular" pages about webcomics visited at Comixpedia:Â
Fantasy webcomics this month, is it? A large topic.
And we can make it even bigger. I mean, depending on how technical you wanna get, all fiction is fantasy. It's stuff that never happened, at any rate, and that's as basic a definition of fantasy as I can think of.