Today’s Our Valued Customers strip totally gets the love/hate relationship with fandom, perceived fandom, and the threat that “your thing” is going to be usurped by a bunch of people who are not you. This may be my favorite comic strip of the year. via Our Valued Customers
PRESS RELEASE – Chris Roberson (co-creator of iZombie) and his collaborator Dennis Culver are pleased to announce their comic EDISON REX will now be available to new readers as a free webcomic while a Patreon funds the creation of the character’s further adventures.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that Grumpy Cat and Pokey are getting their own weekly web comic series!
It’s brains meets blades. Newcomer to the web comics scene, Blake Von Klausur recently put together a dream team to bring you Kittarou Witch Hunter, an ongoing online series where lightning ninja action meets supernatural Sherlock Holmes style mystery.
Bruce took some time to work on another installment of Major Spoilers Adventures, but taken to a Whole. New. Level! All-Star Major Spoilers. This week, Zach joins the kids at Stately Spoiler Manor.
Today is an exciting day for Tess Fowler! With the publication of Rat Queens #11 Tess steps into the role of series artist in one of the coolest fantasy book on the stands. Fowler’s work has been featured in Rat Queens Special: Braga, Charmed, Broken Bones and her webcomic The Rascals. Major Spoilers was fortunate to get the time to ask Tess Fowler some questions about working with writer and series creator Kurtis J. Wiebe, drawing the amazing ladies of Rat Queens and breaking into the industry.
Tini Howard is a fangirl, a Valkyrie and a comic book writer! Tini has contributed to The Oath Anthology, Magdalena: the Seventh Sacrament and the upcoming Poseidon IX One-Shot. Plus, Tini is also a part of The Secret Loves of Geek Girls Anthology which not only features a prose piece by Ms. Howard, but legendary writer Margaret Atwood’s comic strip debut. Major Spoilers managed to catch up with Tini on her way back from a convention and in between scripting sessions to chat fanfiction, romance comics and the pressures of collaborating with an idol.
I kind of love Wikipedia’s entry on Webcomics: Webcomics (also known as online comics or Internet comics) are comics published on a website. While many are published exclusively on the web, others are also published in magazines, newspapers or in books.