There are a number of documentaries about comics, and now PBS is serving up a documentary on webcomics.
Who can a young hero trust on the wrong side of the tracks when he’s separated from secret lairs, flying cars and most importantly, his missing family of superheroes?
Our Valued Customers has become one of my must read webcomic sites each day. And with great ones like this, why wouldn’t you stop by?
Clownfish Media is pleased to announce that the Shadowbinders webcomic is available for the first time in print! Shadowbinders Vol. 1 collects the first four chapters of the popular webcomic into a full-color graphic novel.
Karl Kesel— a writer and artist who has worked on many of Marvel and DC’s top titles, and come oh-so-close to winning a number of industry awards— launched his first creator-owned web comic on October 31, 2011. JOHNNY ZOMBIE debuts on his Mad Genius Comics site, madgeniuscomics.com
Happy Halloween from Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, Scott Godlewski, and Damian Couciero — who have a trick for the bags of comic book fans worldwide with the launch of the DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS webcomic! Launching right now with 11 pages ready to be read, www.draculacomic.com will update daily with new content, serializing the critically-acclaimed print issues while introducing new digital-exclusive story pages and creator commentary. It’s another ground-breaking industry first for BOOM! Studios as DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS migrates from print to digital!
Paper + Plastick Records is now offering the third installment of the webcomic KILL THE WONDERHAWKS for free download. Available only in the Paper + Plastick webstore, the third episode of the webcomic sees the next stage in the Wonderhawks’ wild and raunchy adventures, complete with the hilarity and inappropriateness of its two predecessors.
Tony DiGerolamo and Christian Beranek are celebrating Halloween week by releasing a new page a day for The Horror of Colony 6, their sci-fi zombie comic.
Our sci-fi zombie comic is very popular,” says co-creator DiGerolamo. “It’s got a nice 70’s retro feel. Like the old Eerie magazine stories. Artist Tommy Phillips really knocked this one out of the park.”
The concept for the series sounds like something out of a Wes Craven movie, as space colonists encounter zombies and things get bloody. The website promises a new page every day this week, including Halloween, and there are plans to introduce new characters and plenty of zombies.
I know, you’re comic book shop is probably closed by now, but if you have one of them fancy new 24-hour comic book shops, you might want to head on down and pick up this collected web comic series.
IDW Publishing is proud to release the first graphic novel collection of the award winning webcomic and acclaimed IDW miniseries The Dreamer by creator and author Lora Innes. A romantic and rich story told with well-researched historical detail, The Dreamer has been honored with two Harvey Award nominations for â€œBest New Seriesâ€ and â€œBest New Talent,â€ plus a nomination for the Web Cartoonistsâ€™ Choice Award for â€œOutstanding Newcomer Comicâ€ in 2008.
Equal parts 21st-century teenage slice-of-life tale and 18th-century adventure, The Dreamer tells the story of seventeen-year-old Beatrice Whaley, a student who begins having vivid dreams about a brave and handsome soldier in the chaos of the American Revolution. Prone to keeping her head in the clouds, Bea welcomes her nightly adventures, but it is not long before Beatrice questions whether her adventures are simply dreamsâ€¦ or something more.
AppleGeeks is still one of my favorite webcomics that I read on a daily basis.Â The AppleGeeks lite comics have been particularly funny these last couple of weeks, and today’s takes the…um… cake.