Archive for October, 2009

Drawn from sources that love Monty Python…

  • Comics Nexus has some great webcomics in their column Webcomics Wednesday. Check it out!
  • Joey Manley talks webcomic promotion. Don’t forget to read the whole series.
  • PHD Comics gets a post on
  • The Beat gives us a good look at Baltimore Comicon.
  • The Trades has an interview with Lora Innes, creator of The Dreamer.
  • Brendan McGinley of Bankshot Comics announced the launch of their new webcomic ‘Citizen X: The Mission’.
  • io9 highlights webcomics-in-print.
  • The Floating Lightbulb posts some challenges to Joey Manley’s post about how to make a living with webcomics.
  • Viz is accepting for submissions for their original graphic novel.
  • Galactic Binder says that Star Wars themed webcomics deliver the goods.
  • The Consumerist explains why even bad online reviews can increase sales.
  • CBR has an interview with Tom Siddell, creator of Gunnerkrigg Court.
  • Robots and Monsters on Neatorama.
  • Fraggin’ photo reference for a fee.Scientific paper explains Superman’s powers.
Reported by Michael Moss.

Drawn from sources that are sick and tired, but mostly sick…

  • Gordon McAlpin needs your help. He’s trying to raise funds so that he can pay for his print fun of the first Multiplex book. While you’re at it, check out Kickstarter as a way to raise funds to pay for your own project.
  • News-a-rama interviews Emma Caulfield about Contropussy.
  • The blog Shiny Shiny has a post about Bitstrips, a DIY webcomic site.
  • CBR has an interview with Ron Perazza of DC Comics fame.
  • Micropayments making a come back?
  • A recording of 24 Hour Comic Day with KC Green, Scott Kurtz and Kris Straub.
  • The Floating Lightbulb posts about raising the prominence of archive pages.
  • Techdirt asks if Doonsbury has anything to learn from XKCD.
  • At Digital CIty comic book artist Joel Watson shares how he makes a living with HijiNKS Ensue.
Reported by Michael Moss.

DBC Comics
Active Comics: Comics on Hiatus: Archived Comics:
  • Customer of the Week
  • Products that Never Made It
  • Shadensmilen