A sad but very real possibility for most webcartoonists. That’s right, you’ve gotta know when to fold ‘em, and put your webcomic on an indefinite hiatus… or… to simply quit. An absolutely enlightening discussion.
Kittyhawk rejoins Ben Carver, Terence, and Fes Works for another edition of the newscast! Comic News & Discussion this week: Penny Arcade’s new Kickstarter, webcomic Apps, Wacom’s FINALLY updated driver for tablets, Comics Alliance shutting down, and more!
Rich Morris joins Fes and Melissa Kaercher to talk about James Bond 007! Why? Rich was on to talk about Doctor Who because of his fan comic, The Ten Doctors; and with the 50 year anniversaries of both, why not round things out?
The latest EpiCast takes a look at the design and website features integral to every webfiction site. Hosts Kira and Michael sought input from readers to find out what attracts–or, worse, distracts–visitors who check out an author’s site.
Comic News & Discussion this week: Amazon releasing a comic guided-view creator tool for Kindle, another digital comic store shutting down, WordPress security concerns, and more!
The Webcomic Beacon and Newscast recombine! join Marie Tary, Rosscott, Thom Revor, Alex Heberling, Jason Straswburg, and Eric Kimball with some conventions stories!
Recorded at Anime Detour 2013 with John Paul and Fes Works. All about making your own podcast and getting into the podcasting industry.
The Business Side of Making Comics panel recorded at Anime Detour 2013 with Randy Milholland, Lee & Lisa Blauersouth, Gerbil, and Fes Works.
Breaking into the webcomics industry panel recorded at Anime Detour 2013 with Randy Milholland, Lee Blauersouth, and Fes Works.
The Artistic Side of Making Comics panel recorded at Anime Detour 2013 with Randy Milholland, Lee & Lisa Blauersouth, Gerbil, and Fes Works.
Let’s talk about a certain class of story. A story where there is a protagonist aka hero and antagonist aka villain. Where the story is told from a single perspective of following the conflict between the hero and the villain.
We got 25 people signed up for the Webcomic Blind Date 2013! However, not everyone has handed their comics in. We will add them as they do come in.
If you have your own writings that you’d like to offer up for readings, you may submit the first chapter or two of an on-going, or completed, story; as well as one-off stand-alone works. We are looking at things that would take 15-25 minutes to read, which is about 3000-5000 words.
EpiGuide is the webfiction, weblit, webserial… online fiction writing community that brought you WeSeWriMo. With their podcast, EpiCast, they discuss many degrees of writtings found online, with a predisposition to webfiction.
So please welcome WCBN’s first new affiliate under the new website: EpiGuide’s EpiCast!
New look (coming VERY soon, if not here already)! So be patient with us during the change over. We’ll be working on bugs, broken links, and tightening the layout.
Let us know if anything is broke!
We discuss Apple forcing a company in removing content, with vague parameters; New York to ban Cosplay?; and a follow-up on the jailed Palestinian Cartoonist.
We discuss the passing of Carmine Infantino and his contributions to the comic industry and history. Also a look at not-so-good advice for burgeoning webcomic creators, and more!
Kurt Sasso joins Ben Carver and Fes Works are here for another edition of the newscast! Just a short conversation of comic news this week with “Donglegate” at Pycon and the craft of the “Strawman Argument”.