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Here is a selection of favorite episodes of
The Webcomic Beacon,
the comic and
creator podcast, since 2007 (short list):

Webcomic Beacon #253 -
Interview with Mark Waid

Webcomic Beacon #251 – 
Print-On-Demand Options for Cartoonists

Webcomic Beacon #244 –
Blaxploitation with David Walker

Webcomic Beacon #223 –
Storytelling in Comics

Webcomic Beacon #212 –
4th Anniversary Special!

Webcomic Beacon #207 –
A Business Guide to Conventions

Webcomic Beacon #206 –
The End of The World!

Webcomic Beacon #205 -
Josh Lesnick and a Revisit to Adult Comics

Webcomic Beacon #197 –
Toons and Porn with Amanda Lafrenais & Lin Visel

Webcomic Beacon #181 – Payment and Funding Options

Webcomic Beacon #168 – The Bechdel Test aka the Mo-Movie Measure

Webcomic Beacon #141 – Professional Coloring

Webcomic Beacon #127 – Define: “Comics”

Webcomic Beacon #117 – Success in Webcomics

Webcomic Beacon #97 – Plot Lines and Story Pacing

Webcomic Beacon #81 – Lettering & Fonts

Webcomic Beacon #61 – Hobbyists vs Professionalists

Webcomic Beacon #55 – Vote Incentives & Fanservice

Webcomic Beacon #44 – The 10 Commandments of Webcomic Production

Webcomic Beacon #39 – Restarting Your Webcomic

Webcomic Beacon #20 – Jenny Everywhere

Here is a selection of favorite episodes of
First Issue, the first issue comic book
video review series, since 2012 (short list):

First Issue Review #60:
Barack The Barbarian #1 (2009)

First Issue Review #58:
Street Heroes 2005 #1 (1989)

First Issue Review #54: Stech #1 (1986)

First Issue Review #52:
All-Star Western #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #51:
The Fury of Firestorm, The Nuclear Men #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #43:
Green Lantern: New Guardians #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #39:
Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #34: Aquaman #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #32: Wonder Woman #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #18: Batwoman #1 (2011)

First Issue Review #5: Superman: Action Comics #1 (2011)

Here is a selection of favorite episodes of
Webfiction World, 
the online fiction
writing podcast, since 2011 (short list):

Webfiction World #14: NaNoWriMo!

Webfiction World #7:
The Ins and Outs of Fanfiction

Webfiction World #1:
An Introduction to Webfiction

Webfiction Serial Readings:
Tales of the Big Bad Wolf: Little Red Riding Hood

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While we are fondly rooted as a podcast “by and for amateur webcomic creators”, we’ve since moved on to cover a wider array of topics and aspects of interest for a wider scope of both readers and creators. Still, we advocate webcomics for the love of the hobby and expression, first and foremost.

The Webcomic Beacon is still podcast is designed for webcomic lovers and aspiring creators. We are here to share our opinions and experiences, as well as the opinions and experiences of our listeners and many guests!

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Webfiction World is on official “Indefinite Hiatus”

Webfiction World is on official “Indefinite Hiatus”. This means it will not update in the foreseeable future.

It’s just down to me, Fes, to run things here. Friends and colleagues have long since moved on to other projects (aka didn’t have time for Webfiction World), and that is fine. However, I can’t run everything myself.

I need to focus on other projects, and keep this one out of mind. It takes QUITE a lot of work to scout for webfiction to read and get permissions to read. Not to mention that I’m a little dyslexic, and I need to prepare each reading in a certain way for me to follow; then of course recording multiple takes on the read, and editing it all together, etc. It’s a lot of work.

Especially when it’s only me, and I have other projects I need to work on.

So, unless I can find a couple of enthusiastic people willing to basically take over the podcast (though I could still produce them), I just can’t work on this podcast right now. I wish I could, but I can’t.

If you may be someone willing to take over the podcast (Ideally, I’d prefer 2-3 people), then please, EMAIL ME! I would love to see the show continue!

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