Wes Molebash has some video promos of his web comic You’ll Have That. God, I love that comic. Even though the promo has low production value, it’s the joke that makes me laugh and reminds me why it is one of the sites I must visit each day. [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=h-wYxWKeVN0[/youtube] via You’ll Have That
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Besides being created by Kevin Church and Benjamin Birdie, The Rack is quickly becoming one of my top web comics of the year. via The Rack
Jeebus, I love this web comic. It’s no wonder it is still in my Top 57 Web Comics. via Diesel Sweeties
See the Scott Johnson’s My Extra Life website (a great site by the way) for the other joke featuring everyone’s favorite green giant. via MyExtraLife
We are through the looking glass here people. Good is bad. Black is white. Marvel is on top and DC is slumping. If we don’t get this solved soon cats and dogs will be living together in harmony… Brad Guigar from Evil Inc. has started a new set of “cards” of the heroes and villains that have switched sides. First up are The Riddler and Mary Marvel. Head over to Evil, Inc. and drop Brad an email to tell him who else should be on the list. via Evil, Inc.
Why not? The web comic by Brad Guigar is perfect for superhero fans, and has had an arc going for the last year that really got interesting last week. Last week ended with a mysterious explosion and this week began with an equally mysterious memorial service. The next nine days are not to be missed. Want to know more about the series? Take the jump for some words from Guigar and then head over to the site to check it out for yourself.
MySpace and Dark Horse Comics announced today the two companies would partner to bring MySpace Dark Horse Presents to the online community. This new online series, which is an homage to the original print Dark Horse Presents, will include original content, will be available exclusively on MySpace, and best of all, it’s free. The August issue goes live on MySpace today, and will include the following comics: Sugar Shock, the debut new comic from artist Fábio Moon and Joss Whedon, creator of the popular television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly, and author of the highly successful Dark…
DC Comics has announced a brand new imprint called Zudacomics. Instead of a print line, Zudacomics will be the company’s first webcomic line. “There is an explosion of creativity in web comics,” said Paul Levitz, DC Comics President & Publisher. “We want to build a great stage for this new generation of creators to perform on, a solid system for their work to reach audiences online and in print, and for the creators to share in the profits their creations can generate. In this time of rapid technological and cultural change, DC wants to be a good publisher for the…
I’m a big fan of Wes Molebash and his webcomic You’ll Have That, so I’m more than happy to pass along information about a gallery showing of his work. The exhibit runs from July 17 until August 25, 2007 at the Pump House Art Gallery Chillicothe, OH 45601 740.772.5783
Launched in 2002 by librarian Gene Ambaum and cartoonist Bill Barnes is gained an audience of over 35,000 readers a day and has just celebrated its fifth anniversary. “Is it a comic that only librarians can appreciate? No.” says writer Gene Ambaum. “A library is basically a store — everyone has been on one side of the counter or the other. Fortunately for us there really is such a thing as a stupid question.” “Unshelved is always a blast to make,” says artist Bill Barnes, “I get to draw Dewey saying the things everyone wishes they could say, except they’d…
I love me the Joe and Monkey. Today Joe laments on the costume changes Spider-Man has gone through during this whole Civil War and aftermath dealio. Check the website to see the entire comic. via Joe and Monkey (link)
This is why Apropos of Something made my Top Web Comic list Yes, that is Superman, and yes, he is singing Paula Abdul. Check out the site for more fun, and be sure to hit up Bat-Botanist while you are there. via Apropos of Something (link)
Just another popularity list… There has been a lot of discussion both on Major Spoilers and various other websites regarding my Top 57 Web Comics You Should Be Reading list. Some comments were positive, some excited about where their favorite strip landed, but most about the web comics that didn’t make my list. This installment is aptly named Viewer’s Choice. Based on the responses in the forum, comments and other websites that have linked to the original list, I’ve taken all of the recommendations and ranked them according to Alexa (a popular web ranking system). While web ranking systems are…