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Webcomic Wire - 2/15/08

Drawn from sources all over the kingdom of webcomics…

Brad Guigar celebrates 8 years of doing a daily comic strip! Quite an accomplishment! Congratulations Brad J
I can’t remember if I’ve posted about this or not; however, Dave Roman has some great advice for aspiring freelancers out there. 
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Two Books In the Mail: Nickelodeon Magazine All-Comics Special and The Cartoonist's Big Book of Drawing Animals

I go two books in the mail this month -- they're both aimed at younger-to-all-ages audience so I'm thinking of letting the little X'ers review them for you:

  • Nickelodeon Magazine All-Comics Special - I flipped thru this anthology edited by Dave Roman and Chris Duffy; a few Nickolodean tv characters appear but lots of indy comic talent in there too (including James Kochalka)
  • The Cartoonist's Big Book of Drawing Animals - I just got this and it is it's title. I'm curious to see how Little X does with trying it out.

How To Eat Fried Webcomics

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  • Like Brigadoon, every four years on February 29th, the University of South Dakota rises from the mists of the Scottish Highlands to hold its mystical 24 hour comics event!

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS

What a Good Place to Be: It's Webcomic Hour Again!

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BLOGS

Ten questions with Dave Roman.

Over at The Scienteers, we just published a bite-sized interview with Dave Roman, part of our Ten Questions series. Please drop by!

Overlooked Manga Festival!

Last one for a while. But first, I should note that this week's Chronicles of William Bazillion is the most brilliant thing in history ever.

Overlooked Manga Festival!

Last one for a while. But first, I should note that this week's Chronicles of William Bazillion is the most brilliant thing in history ever.

Also, if you're in the Bay Area this weekend, you can see me speak at this Friends of Lulu event at the Berkeley Library. I seriously have no idea what I'm going to talk about, so it should be entertaining.

In Search of Vanished Webcomics

As the new year brushes away the crumbs left from devouring the old one, I find myself thinking of vanished webcomics: those that've come to the end of their storylines, those that've just stopped, and those that've disappeared altogether.

As the new year brushes away the crumbs left from devouring the old one, I find myself thinking of vanished webcomics: those that've come to the end of their storylines, those that've just stopped, and those that've disappeared altogether.

Christmas is canceled!

For the first time in years, it looks like I might not be able to draw a new Holiday Story Card

So I figured I'd post a rerun:

You can check out the archive of holiday comics here:


ComixTalk's People Of Webcomics List For 2007

And now... the fourth annual People Of Webcomics list! I'll be the first to admit that this list gets harder and harder to compile as the lines between "webcomics" and just plain "comics" blurs harder than a greasy windshield in the middle of a West Texas downpour. Plus as publishing comics on the web and other digital formats becomes more commonplace it gets harder and harder to find those "firsts" that take comics in new directions whether artistic, technical or businesss-oriented.