As Wikipedia and the popular aggregate site Reddit blacked out today to protest SOPA/PIPA, numerous webcomic creators joined them, replacing their usual LOLs with information and resources about the controversial legislation that Harvard Constitutional Law professor Lawrence Tribe called "The end of the Internet as we know it." ComicsAlliance joins them in opposing SOPA, and encourages you to inform yourself about the bills and to reach out to your legislators and let them know how you
When I was a teenager, I thought my boarding school was pretty ominous. It was just a few miles from a famous UFO sighting. We had special evacuation procedures in case the local nuclear power plant had a meltdown
Let me start this week's column off by apologizing to Darths & Droids and The Trenches, both comics are not my particular brand, but I'm happy that there are supportive fans out there that enjoy both. As well, both comics clearly have dedicated creators who work hard to publish the material, and I wish them
As we move into the second installment of our weekly webcomic round-ups, I want to thank everyone for their suggestions, and to keep things as transparent as possible, mention a few things about how comics are included in each week's list.
To start, the
There hasn't been quite enough webcomics coverage on ComicsAlliance recently. Sorry. So let me welcome you to the first of an ongoing, weekly column where we round-up some recent updates to comics around the web