Archive for November, 2009

Drawn from sources preparing to loosen their belts…

  • When teachers make webcomics.
  • Michael Jasper asks ‘Why Comics? And Why Webcomics?’
  • 20 Questions with Lucas Turnbloom, creator of Imagine This.
  • Robot 6 gives thanks for several favorite webcomics.
  • TGT Webcomics asks how often do you update your comic?
  • Nicholas and Jay ask about superhero webcomics so send them your favorites.
  • The Webcomic Overlook will be updating sporadically due to another writing project.
  • Sequential Tart interviews Gina Biggs, creator of Red String.
  • Bukisa posts part three of a series on how to start a webcomic.
  • Remember the Webcomic-Con 2009 at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, coming December 12th.
  • The School Library Journal talks about webcomics for teens.

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Reported by Michael Moss.

Drawn by sources who don’t believe the promises of the visitors…

  • The Company Man, by Pedro Hernendez, has started publishing on its own website in addition to Comics Nexus. Check it out!
  • Webcomic creators assemble! Develop your own iPhone app offered free from the makers of
  • The Telegraph picks the ten best webcomics.
  • Scott McCloud asks what is ‘Your Comics-to-Crap Ratio?’
  • Scott Kurtz has strong feelings about Wizard conventions and form letters. Good for him.
  • Hermit Hill, the first webcomic in Metaplace.
  • John Cleese gives us shares his brilliance on creativity.
  • CBR talks about the death that stalks all webcomics.
  • Brad Guigar asks the question, Facebook or SEO?
  • Xaviar Xerexes reviews The Amulet Book Two, The Stonekeeper’s Curse.
  • Does Kiva hold some secrets for webcomics?
Reported by Michael Moss.

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