Well, well, well. There’s more to see but I’m afraid that, due to wordpress technical issues, the remainder may require another post on Monday.
The Daily Crosshatch reviews Fuzz and Pluck in Splitsvillee, Trouble Ticket reviews Union of Heroes, a photo comic and Marooned hits the newspaper. KODT is back online. To the right is the work of the Boom Studios cover artist for the Incredibles. Enjoy.
Skitzoman is moving. Update your bookmarks. Also on the move (sort of) is Asterix the Gaul.
Comics on the web are just like recipes on cake mix boxes: Free of charge to everyone who reads them. It’s not a direct comparison but I find it all very instructive. I see that’s important to present your best work and try new delivery methods. After all, scrolls used to be all the rage.
I remember comic covers looking different when I was younger, but I’d be hard pressed to describe how they are different. Fortunately, Yet Another Comics Blog gives us an example of an updated cover. It’s a totally different vibe.
Innovations abound. We artists now have Wacoms, Cintiqs and now this and but I lack the technical skills to create what I really want. I’m not talking about this gadget, nor this one but rather something simpler. Sigh.
If you haven’t seen Bill Willignham’s post about losing the hero part of superheroes, you should check it out. I’ve seen various reactions to it, but I applaud the basic desire to return to clear good guys and bad guys.
Let’s end on a fun picture of Flash Gordon – the style reminds me of Prince Valiant. I’d like to see that comic.