Our January issue is called The Future Issue and in our first week we have new stuff, new technology and a look at what might have been.
Neil Cohn leads off things with a feature on the grammar of visual language. Pay attention, there’ll be a quiz later!
Next we have an interview with William Simons and T Campbell, the duo behind the relaunched comics-on-your-iPod site, Clickwheel. And in this week’s review, Frank (the artist formerly known as Damonk) Cormier looks at three ground-breaking webcomics, Brambletown, Nowhere Girl and Pierced.
Xaviar Xerexes takes a turn at Through The Looking Back Glass and looks at the state of the webcomics press and the issue of whether creators have any business writing about webcomics.
We also have two brand new comic-columns for 2006 – both of which we posted earlier this week: Checkerboard Nightmare by Kris Straub and The Antecedent by Bryant Paul Johnson.