the recent Blank Label Comics Podcast featured some humorously neutral remarks about “the Artistic History of Webcomics” at the Webcomics Examiner which William G has taken personally. So personally, in fact, that he has vowed to begin commentating on webcomics once again, this time for spite.On a personal note: I love the Blank Label Comics Podcast and Scott Kurtz.
Addendum: Eric Burns sets a full course meal of insight on this situation and webcomics critique.
Ryan Estrada’s billion-hour comic is now available from Lulu.
For those not yet in the know about Ryan Estrada, Zampzon & Daku give him what for in a Digital Strips Podcast where he discusses things like sleeping on a park bench in Japan during a typhoon and sitting in a trailer and drawing for 175 hours at the rate of 1 page every hour.
Gossamer Commons will be switching artists at the end of its current chapter (chapter 2) saying a tearful farewell to Greg Holkan whose run has been stunning and consistent working with the words of Eric Burns to bring a really fun story every MWF. Greg will be missed and Eric is looking for a new artist. Opportunities abound, folks.
Nothing Nice to Say and Joe and Monkey have been doing a week long crossover. Crossover. Not ‘guest strips.’ Pay attention, this will be on the test. I won’t presume that this is a first, but crossovers in strip comics which affect long term continuity are rare. Clem & Miller deserve your attention on this one.