Submitted by Jason Thibault on September 28, 2009 - 23:40
By Jason Thibault
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 3, 2009 - 07:27
I've been posting some good stories Alexander Danner wrote for the prior version of webcomics.com. Another one today on whatever happenned to four (briefly) rock stars of webcomic.
Life Imitates Art Comics: James Kochalka wrote in a comic about a game in a dream he was having, somebody actually makes the game, now he makes a comic about it. Hmmm... That's a tempting power over the universe he seems to have developed.
AWARDS: The Canadian Joe Shuster Award nominations are out - the webcomics category is outstanding: Kate Beaton, Michael Cho, Lar De Souza & Ryan Sohmer, Kathryn & Stuart Immonen, Karl Kerschl, Gisele Lagace, Ramón K. Pérez, and Cameron Stewart.
INTERVIEWS: Newsarama has an interview with Bellen! creator Brian Brown about his new book and winning a Xeric grant.
NOT WEBCOMICS: The browser-based ZORK! game is out. Jim Zubkavich did gobs of great art for this.
Submitted by Delos on February 13, 2009 - 09:00
Iâ€™ll let everyone who went to the con tell you about it. In the meantimeâ€¦
Submitted by The Administrator on April 10, 2008 - 18:33
The Shusters honor Canadian comics and their creators - click here for this year's nominees. The Outstanding Webcomic Creators nominees are:
- Michael Cho for Papercuts
- Scott Hepburn for The Port
- Karl Kerschl for The Abominable Charles Christopher
- Gisele Legace for Penny and Aggie
- Ramon Perez for Kikuburi and Butternut Squash with Rob Coughler
- Scott Ramsoomair for VG Cats
- Ryan Sohmer and Lar De Souza for Least I Can Do and Looking for Group
- Cameron Stewart for Sin Titulo
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 13, 2007 - 07:53
The webcomic collective Transmission X has added four new ongoing comics to its daily schedule. In addition to the five comics that launched the site Karl Kerschl's Ragni: The North Sea Epoch and The Abominable Charles Christopher, Andy B's Raising Hell, Scott Hepburn's The Port and Cameron Stewart's Sin Titulo - Transmission-X is now proud to announce the debut of Ramon Perez's Kukuburi, Arthur Dela Cruz's Kissing Chaos: Til I Die, Brian McLachlan's The Princess Planet, and Michael Cho's Papercut.