Strip Features

diggerHere’s some fun things to see, I hope.

  • Let’s start off with the Floating Lightbulb pointing out five new webcomics to enjoy. Then there’s Storming The Tower which reviews Ellerbisms and the Webcomic Overlook reviews Princess Planet. Don’t forget that Art in Sequence covered Glaxion and Kleefeld talks briefly about Too Cool To Be Forgotten, too. Tanya reviews Breathless on WebcomicZ and we also see a review of Gypsy! there.
  • The new Flight cover is shown here. And for a bit of visual variety, let’s look at some book carvings. Yep. Book carvings.
  • And just how many women are producing comics today? It’s a valid question, although I would include names from webcomics and independents automatically, were I doing this list. In any case, she’s looking for help if you can provide it.
  • Digger is now free. There are a few links to it here.
  • There are still a few days left in the Eyeskream Contest. Get something together quick.
  • Just in case you haven’t heard, you can now follow Scott McCloud’s Twitter.


  1. Bengo

    Your post inspires a riddle. Who is the most widely read woman webcomicker? And I mean, within webcomics, not counting novels in print or tricky stuff like that.

    I’m pretty confident of the answer, but please, no one should get offended if there’s been some developments I overlooked.

    Nudge me if I don’t post the answer before your scroll.

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