Archive | July, 2012

Webcomic Creator Interview – Robin Dempsey of leylinescomic.com

For this Sunday’s webcomic creator interview, I was joined by the wonderful Robin Dempsey of Leylinescomic.com. Robin has been webcomicing for over 10 years, and we had a great, robust discussion on a variety of webcomic related topics; especially what one learns after creating JPEG’s for a decade. Robin is also celebrating a con appearance […]

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PussyOwl

Webcomic review – pussyowl.com

I must admit, when I first saw the title of this webcomic (PussyOwl), I was a little skeptical about what I might find upon visiting. My fears were unwarranted though, as this comic is delightful, not dirty. The comic follows an owl and a cat as they drift about the ocean in a small boat. If you […]

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Hominids Comic

hominidscomic.com – webcomic review

The first thing you will probably notice about Hominids is the unique approach to strip presentation. So as not to ruin the surprise, I will let you visit the site to see what I am talking about, but suffice it to say that I find the mechanism deployed incredibly refreshing. From the very start, you […]

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Looking for a few brave souls…

As the title suggests, I have reached a point with the site where ideas I have out-pace my ability to execute them. Specifically, I have a few very specialized needs that are simply beyond my capabilities in general, and I thought I would turn to you, the community at large, to help me fill them. […]

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Webcomic Creator Interview – Liz Staley of adrastuscomic.com

For this evenings webcomic creator interview, I talked with Liz Staley of adrastuscomic.com. We had a great conversation about her webcomic, her background, advice for newcomers, and whether or not an art education is beneficial for those thinking to get into the webcomic game. Enjoy! Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 23:54 — 10.9MB)

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Kila Ilo

Kila Ilo – webcomic review

This evening, based on a recommendation, I decided to familiarize myself with Kila Ilo – a webcomic that had been suggested to me a few different times. To be honest, I had an instant negative reaction based purely on the fact that the comic is hosted on smackjeeves, and the site appears to be of…questionable quality. However, […]

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Vinnie the Vampire

vinniethevampire.com – webcomic review

In this evenings webcomic review, I wanted to bring to light that there is still room for family friendly humor, amidst a sea of crude dick-joke type webcomics. Not that there is anything wrong with them (as evidenced by my glowing review of HateFarm) but I think there is something to be said about a […]

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Creator Interview – Warren Frantz of offseasoncomic.com

Creator interviews are back! Today I am delighted to bring to you a conversation I had with Warren Frantz of Offseasoncomic.com. We discuss Offseason Comic, how it started, Warrens process, and one shocking story involving women’s lingerie! And, of course, Warren lets us in on which other webcomics he is currently a fan of; interested to find […]

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www.spinecomic.com

spinecomic.com – webcomic review

Perhaps because it was a Saturday night, the desire for a longer form comic struck me, and led to this webcomic review of spinecomic.com. Once I started reading this series, I simply couldn’t stop. Eclectic both in aesthetics and story, creator Cihan Sesen has created a wonderful post-apocalyptic world populated by compelling characters that evolve slowly […]

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stixite.com

stixite.com – webcomic review

In the world of webcomics, anything that breaks the mold of your standard gag-a-day, or continuous storyline type comics is a breath of fresh air. That is exactly how I would describe what you will find at stixite.com. The concept is simple, but incredibly entertaining; instead of a collaborative process or even a traditional ‘write first, […]

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