Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we’re chatting about the Life-cycle of a Webcomic, or if there is even such a thing. Listeners have written in asking what they should expect at 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, etc. in the life of their webcomic and we try to […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Byron — Re-launching the comic has begun, but now I am looking for new advertising opportunities besides Project Wonderful and Facebook (which I believe has a low ROI anyways). Dawn — I’ve had 2 off-seasons of promoting my limited-time exclusive eBook for Z&F ($3), which […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we’re chatting about taking something that didn’t quite go right and how you deal with it. From an out-and-out failure to something simple that just didn’t quite gel. What to do and how to handle it is the basis of tonight’s chat. A […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we present to you the best of the after-the-show banter that goes on once we wrap up a podcast. Topics range from sports, making noises, silly brand names and, of course, drinking. Enjoy!
(Note from Byron: Tom Falco is a contributor here at he Alliance and today he chats about what is art and what makes an artist great. This is to open up a conversation on these subjects, so feel free to chime in one way or another with your opinions) I saw this article on Medium.com […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we’re chatting about tagging you comic’s site so new visitors can quickly identify what your comic (and your website) is all about. This can be in the header image or in a top level sidebar widget, but many artists forget to do this […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Chris: Naming my fourth book: The 1st 3 Capes & babes books have been a play on the first book’s title, You Can’t Print FLICK. Eventually, I’ll run out of creative alternatives to that particular title. I’m wondering if now would be a good time […]
Fellow Webcomic Alliance member Dawn Griffin tossed this question out on Twitter the other day: “Would you rather have a steady, reliable job that you simply tolerate, or do what you love but be terrified about bills and insurance?” Easy answer for me: Do what you love. Not so easy for most folks, so let […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Frank: How do you deal with criticism? It’s easy to deal with the constructive, but what about the just plain nasty stuff? Do you ignore it and hope it dies on it own or do you fight fire with fire? This ties in with the […]
Henry Kuo has created something new and unique in the way of webcomics. No, Henry isn’t a cartoonist, but he loves webcomics so much that he created “Just the First Frame,” a website that exposes the masses to new work by various cartoon artists. Just the First Frame is HERE. Everything is featured from long […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Byron: Taking the daily strip format & doing it in a full page format. Essentially taking the weekly strips and making them into a single page. Will people like a “joke-a-day” in a full page format? Robin: When is the right time to start? I’d […]
The Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, Byron and Dawn are chatting with Tyler James of the Comix Tribe and Marc Lapierre, artist for “Super Fogeys”, about our experiences at New York Comic Con. Specifically the key differences between Artist Alley and having a Small Press Booth. We also talk in general […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Chris: I’m in a weird spot… lately, I have had some VERY successful conventions but every time I do a convention, I feel burnt out and have a hard time getting back into “comic strip mode”. I would like to find time to actually create […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we’re chatting about launch or development of a comic, since I have stated that I’ll be relaunching 1977 in February. Essentially the 5 Things we’d do differently when it comes to launching a new comic.
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Drezz– Continued Patronage vs. Crowdfunding Projects – now that alternative methods for funding comics are popping up, what do you feel works better long term for artists – short-term, large funding on a per project basis, or smaller, continued funds over a longer period of […]
Hello all! It’s been an interesting summer for us members of the Alliance and I wanted to take a brief moment and catch you up on the news here and what it means to you, our readers. First, I’d like to thank all of our summer contributors for helping us take some needed time off. […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we’re chatting about running a successful Kickstarter with Tom Dell’Aringa of the webcomic Marooned as well as our own Robin Dempsey.
(Note: This Is A Series Of Guest Articles We’ve Requested To Spice Up Things Here At The Alliance. We Current Members Of The Alliance Are Working On Some Special Things This Summer And Will Announce Them Come September When Our Guest Articles Finish Up. Enjoy The Change Of Pace And Let Our Guest Contributors Know […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Dawn: I have a tax accountant in the family who has told me not to bother with an LLC or small business status until I’m earning enough to think about quitting my dayjob. I don’t charge taxes, or earn enough yet that the IRS would […]
(Note: Today starts a series of Guest Articles we’ve requested to spice up things here at the Alliance. We current members of the Alliance are working on some special things this summer and will announce them come September when our Guest Articles finish up. Enjoy the change of pace and let our guest contributors if […]