No One Knows You’re A Dog
A report from the “Masters of Webcomics” panel at the Silicon Valley Comic-Con, with Jonathan Lemon, Jason Thompson, Jason Shiga, and myself, as well as Andy Weir, who started his creative career with the webcomic Casey and Andy before writing The Martian. Continue reading
There is a small but increasing number of webcomics dedicated to self-improvement. Because who knows how to live better than a webcartoonist? Continue reading
Although webcomics still lack their own industry awards, most major comics awards now include a digital comics category. That can mean only one thing: it’s time to start nitpicking and judging them. Continue reading
At this very moment, there are at least two ongoing webcomics based on the Táin Bó Cúailnge, or Cattle Raid of Cooley, the central epic of the Ulster cycle. Thank you, webcomics! You’ve justified the existence of the Internet yet again!
It’s common for Internet denizens to share favorite comics and illustrations without paying much attention to the source. But some go further than that. Continue reading
Dana Simpson’s current strip, Heavenly Nostrils, is one of the best comic strips running today, on- or offline. Continue reading