Though it's true that crowd-source funding has been a huge help to independent comics creators, it's not easy to follow through on large projects. Both Kickstarter and IndieGoGo have their benefits and drawbacks -- Kickstarter is more popular but doesn't allow projects to keep any money unless they meet their fundraising goal. And though IndieGoGo is somewhat less familiar to comic
Best known as a co-founding member of the radical organization The Weather Underground, Bill Ayers has spent the last few decades as an education reformer who has committed his life to changing the way public schools teach students. Now a retired professor from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Ayers has written numero
Welcome back webcomics readers. As is the case almost every week, I've got to praise Lauren Davis for her coverage of online titles, this time it's for her review of The Abaddon and also for her coverage of Fart Party creator Julia Wertz's rehab letters to her fellow artists at the now dissolved collective Pizza Island, which was comprised of some of the best il
Before getting started this week, I want to point out some great articles about webcomics that you may have missed. In case you didn't know, ComicsAlliance's Lauren Davis has been doing some longer-form reviews of online titles, like Questionable Content and its evoluti
After highlighting so many incredible webcomics in this column, I was starting to wonder if I'd still be able to find new material that would surprise and impress me on a regular basis. But thankfully, the Internet is still a vast space of potential creativity, and this week's choices prove that there are still fantastic titles waiting to be found.
Welcome back to another round-up of Best Webcomics Ever (This Week). If you're playing along at home, please remember that the only way to win is by leaving a comment at the end of this post about your favorite series, as it makes my job easier.
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Another week has gone by, which means it's time for another Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) column. If you haven't read one of these round-ups before, then fear not, as the format is pretty simple. Usua
Hey everyone, thanks for coming back to another round-up of Best Webcomics Ever (This Week). It's been a little crazy on the site this last week, but I know some of you aren't really all that concerned with trivial nerd fights or meta-jokes, so . . . let's get on with
Last year, artist and Dr. Sketchy's founder Molly Crabapple turned 28 years-old. To celebrate, she locked herself in a New York City hotel for an entire week, covering the walls with white butcher paper, drawing on every blank space with black art markers. Crabapple turned to K