WA Podcast 130 – LFTO Pulling the Trigger

Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. Today’s discussion… When to start? Christina (Sombulus), Liz (Adrastus), and Robin (LeyLines) are back for another Long-Form Take-Over!  Today we’re answering two listener questions: ‪Miri LR Powell asked: “I’d like to hear more about planning and scripting for long-form comics… what you should have before you begin, how much […]

WA Podcast 127 – Looking forward into 2018

Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. Today’s discussion… Looking forward into 2018. It’s a full house!  Byron (1977 the Comic), Dawn (Dawn Griffin Studios), Chris (Capes & Babes), Christina (Sombulus), Liz (Adrastus), and Robin (LeyLines) are talking about their plans for the future and we cover a lot of ground.  Reducing social media madness, dad […]

Mini-Interview #4: Christina Major

Mini-Interviews for our 7 Year Anniversary Kickstarter! Robin’s chatting with Christina about Etch A Sketch heroes, philosophical questions of machine sentience, the origins of tropes, and our nefarious plans to take over future podcasts for the long-form comic agenda. We’re running a Kickstarter this month and thought we’d do something a little different. For the […]

Mini-Interview #3: Liz Staley

Mini-Interviews for our 7 Year Anniversary Kickstarter! Robin’s chatting with Liz about how to overhaul a Patreon to work for you instead of working you to exhaustion, Liz’s patent pending shovel workout routine, and if you RT this within 5 minutes the money sloth will grant you great prosperity. It’s true! Just listen to the […]

WA Podcast 94: RELEASE THE KRAKEN

Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. Today’s discussion… Recovering from failure and disappointment.  How do you reconnect with your passion, stay motivated, and keep going?  We share our experiences and lessons learned after tough shows, crowd funding stress, and other stumbling blocks. Dawn’s advice?  Drink heavily and unleash unholy beasts of the sea.  Hey, whatever […]

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The Balance: Selling Out vs. Artistic Integrity

You’ve finally made it – your comic is successful, you have a decent following and you have been picked up by a major publisher or sold your work and have the necessary funds to finally quit your day job and do what you love and make a comfortable amount of money. From the back of […]

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5 Reasons Why Your Comics Fail

Good day folks. I’m not going to beat around the bush in this article – I’m just going to come right out and say it. A lot of comics you see on the Internet = FAIL. It’s not always  due to the people in charge, but more likely because they are lacking a key ingredient […]

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Stop Procrastinating! Start Working!

Ken’s previous article “Starting from Scratch“, talked about how to put your ideas to paper instead of just keeping them locked away in your head. This article is a follow-up, and its going to act as the kick in the rear you need to do what he’s talking about. I had a high school gym […]