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Webcomics Capsule Reviews #1

In my last column, I announced, perhaps foolishly, my intention to write capsule reviews of any webcomics submitted to TCJ. So here we are: the inaugural Webcomics Capsule Reviews! Continue reading

 
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The Sisterhood of the Pimp Ninja Sluts

In the last two years, Tatsuya Ishida’s Sinfest has transformed from an attractive diversion to a must-read. Continue reading

 
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VERT! and the Single Girl

We may be seeing a renaissance of high-end webcomic raunch—indie smut that is witty, cheerfully explicit, and gorgeously drawn. Continue reading

 
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Cleromancy

Dicebox Book 1: Wander is a thing that exists and makes the universe better. Continue reading

 
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Make Those Lazy Readers Write It

While CD-ROM publishers were trying to figure out how to turn Spider-Man into an immersive virtual experience, some webcomics were already using the interactive properties of the Web in more organic ways. Continue reading

 
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The Peculiar Unnerdiness of Christopher Baldwin

Baldwin is one of the grand old men of webcomics, because webcomics are young enough that you can be a grand old man and still have all your hair. Continue reading

 
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Guest Column: The Historiography of Webcomics

This month, comics writer and historian T Campbell has graciously agreed to write a guest column on the unique problems of researching webcomics history. Continue reading

 
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How to Kickstarter

Maybe you’re aware that, for all the hubbub, less than half of Kickstarter projects get funded. How do you join the blessed 44%? Continue reading