News Round-Up: End of 2014

*checks calendar* Really? 2014 is over? How did that happen so quickly? I had a year PACKED full of conventions and shows, and next year I’ll step back a bit from the con-circuit and focus more on creating content. Hoping you had a year full of artistic/creative growth, made some mistakes and learned from them, […]

Webcomic News: Early 2014

Tapastic Raises $2 Million Webcomic community portals, or as this TechCrunch article calls it, “YouTube for comics”, pop up all the time… some manage to dig in and hold their own, but many fall away with time. Tapastic is a startup, but the difference is… now they’re a RICH startup. Us creators will have to […]

Webcomic News: Fall/Winter 2013

Rebecca Sugar: Cartoon Network Trailblazer! “Adventure Time” veteran creator Rebecca Sugar is at it again, her latest “Steven Universe” show premiered in early November…. and she made a little bit of TV History, according to this Washington Post article. Why? Because she’s female. Which leads us to the usual debate: is it better for the […]

News Round-up: Early Spring 2013

Will “Freemium” Work for Webcomics? There’s certainly lost of talk about the business of webcomics, and how to encourage the people who are used to getting our content for free, to PAY… even just a little… to help support us. Maybe the Wall Street Journal has something to suggest, if we compare comics to gaming […]

News Round-up: Fall/Winter 2012

To Reboot or not to Reboot? So, everyone was all flustered (and often just seething with hatred out of jealousy, angst, disgust, or whatever the reason) about Tim Buckley’s decision to reboot his uber-popular comic CTRL+ALT+DELETE. He wanted a better way to tell the gaming stories and jokes, so he killed off his characters and […]

Webcomic News Round-up: August 2012

If you’re a business-minded creator, you know it’s best to keep up with the latest news in our ever-growing field. With print comics, webcomics, newspaper comics, all mingling together and fighting for attention, it’s interesting to see which gets the lime light and why. It’s exciting to be ahead of the curve, but this is […]

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Webcomic News Round-up: Early 2012

If you’re a business-minded creator, you know it’s best to keep up with the latest news in our ever-growing field. The Webcomics business is still very much in it’s early stages, and while the technology-based media (like, say, PC Mag) will run articles on the latest-and-greatest webcomics out there, most of the country is still […]