Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 2, 2006 - 11:11
To kick off the restart of the hallowed Comixpedia Community Interview series we've invited Shaenon K. Garrity to "sit" for your questions. The rules are simple: Submit a question in a comment to this post before midnight October 13th and we'll send the best ten questions to be answered. When we receive Shaenon's answers we'll post the whole thing for you right here.
Shaenon K. Garrity is the hyper-prolific creator, writer and/or artist of Narbonic, Lil Mel, Smithson and Trunktown. She also, most recently, took on the reins of editorship at Modern Tales. Shaenon also edits manga for Viz Media and volunteers at the Cartoon Art Museum.
Submitted by TheDeeMan on September 30, 2006 - 05:53
What? Nobody around here has any comment about "Heroes"? Or is everyone waiting until the 2nd or 3rd episodes to do their commenting? Well, I like it. I liked how the Heroes powers are explained as the next step in human evolution (like the X-Men), as opposed to some super boy scout who crash lands on earth and decides to fight for truth, justice, etc, etc. I did like some of the Heroes stories better than others.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 27, 2006 - 09:33
Scott McCloud's daughter Winter McCloud (age 11) interviewed cartoonist couple extraordinaire Raina Telgemeier (of "Smile" and "Babysitters Club" fame) and Dave Roman (associate editor at Nickelodeon and creator of "Astronaut Elementary" and "Agnes Quill"). The "winterview" was produced and edited by Winter's big sister Sky (age 13).
Submitted by djcoffman on September 22, 2006 - 11:03
I didn't, but apparently Adventures of Spawn is online here. I'm not to hip on the layout, but it is interesting to see comic book giants slowly coming to webcomics. It looks like this effort is primarily to sell a toy line, but still, it's very interesting...
Makes me wonder if the long time webcomic veterans couldn't better help these established publishers usher their works onto the web in a better manner.
Submitted by Tim Demeter on September 18, 2006 - 01:20
Two more of Graphic SmashÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s new fall comic debut today.Ã‚ Johnny Saturn and Bitters Past
Submitted by Scott Story on September 14, 2006 - 13:52
Beginning Monday, September 18, 2006, popular webcomic Johnny Saturn will be returning to its original webcomic collective, Graphic Smash.Ã‚ Tim Demeter, editor of Graphic Smash and Clickwheel, was instrumental to this homecoming.Ã‚ Johnny Saturn and its archives will be entirely free and unencumbered by the subscription format, and it may be found at www.graphicsmash.com.Ã‚
Submitted by DAJB on September 14, 2006 - 09:32
Well, a page of pencils from one of our new projects has been posted in the site's Previews and workshop section. We'll be telling you more about that project next Thursday but, just as a little teaser, you can click here to jump straight to the first pencilled page now!
Submitted by meesh23 on September 13, 2006 - 18:47
My name is Michelle Mauk, and I've just been recently added to the new lineup at GirlAMatic! I'm brand new to the community, and to the webcomic world, so I'm just introducing myself and my work. My comic is called Voyage Moyen, it's a fantasy story that revolves around a journey in a world that exists somewhere between Life and Death... so it'll cover a whole spectrum of things. I'm actually really thrilled to be posting alongside all the artists on the site, because they're just so good!
Submitted by Tim Demeter on September 13, 2006 - 09:39
House?Ã‚ Lost?Ã‚ Desperate Housewives?
WHATEVER.Ã‚ This fall, Graphic Smash is where the action is. You want some fresh stuff, and we've got it for you.