Quick update for your Monday morning. We've got five new articles for ya: interviews with Scott Kellogg and Kathryn Garrison Kellogg; and Mason and Amber William (more in our series of interviews with married creators which started last week with our interview with Dave Roman and Raina Telgemeier) plus an interview comic created by the Sugurskull collective.
Also, another feature on printing from Grant Thomas, this time a step-by-step guide to creating a color cover for a mini-comic. Last but not least, (but just barely!) comes the somewhat-delayed overview of the vast universe of webcomics collectives (don't forget we also recently posted an interview with the Blank Label Comics webcomics collective).
We've also had a lot of great reader blog posts this morning including news that Modern Tales (and eventually WebcomicsNation) is embracing the CBR file format for its comics. Other bloggy news includes a new page on PC Weenies highlighting the appearances of its supporters in the comic (supporters of PC Weenies can bid for "guest star" appearances); a new database containing lots of background information on the world of the webcomic Crimson Dark; a six year milestone for TRU-Life Adventures; and updates on The Lumbering Dead and Smithson.