Each year when the Eisner Award nominations are announced, I rush to my computer to see who was nominated for the Best Digital Comic category. Just like fans of print comics, I have my favorites: creators who really rocked this year; workhorses who have turned out solid comics every week for years; innovators who are doing exciting new things with the format.
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
Anime: Discotek Media has plans to bring Samurai Pizza Cats and its Japanese source, Kyattou Ninden Teyandee, to home video. Each series will be sold separately in box sets with 52 dubbed American episodes and 54 subtitled Japanese eps.
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.
At first glance, Danielle Corsetto's webcomic Girls with Slingshots seems like an unlikely place to find a little sex ed. Although it's always been a bit more on the adult side, with its tequila-induced hallucinatory houseplants and near-apocalypse caused by shortage of vibrator-powering AA batteries, GWS is one of webcomics' closest successors to the syndicated newspaper comic. And I'm routinely surprised by the range of my friends who read it; lawyers, softw
If I'm counting correctly, this is the tenth Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) column, which means there are at least fifty exceptional webcomics that have been highlighted in only a few weeks time. I find it to be prett
Whenever I hear about someone making a living as a webcomics creator or freelance cartoonist, I wonder, "What exactly do they mean by 'making a living?'" Fortunately, Cat and Girl creator Dorothy Gambrell and A
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