Tag Archives: webcomic

The Second Chapter Of Garth Ennis’ First Crossed Webcomic Is Up – And It’s A Doozy

Last week, we had our first glimpse of the new Crossed webcomic Dead Or Alive, the first webcomic written by Garth Ennis, with art from Daniel Gete. And we were introduced to a character who encountered the Crossed plague in …

Sarah Roark’s After Daylight, After Hallowe’en

Sarah Roark writes for Bleeding Cool: Hello, Internet. I’m Sarah Roark, and I write and draw the webcomic After Daylight, which has been updating faithfully (and feverishly) on a weekly basis for the past two years. Now the first grand …

Swipe File: Bunny Suicide And Kellogg’s Squares

A Bunny Suicide strip. And an ad for Kelloggs’ Squares advert seen on Facebook. Or is that a Squash File? In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be homages, …

There’s Never Been A Better Time To Be Into Webcomics

Widdershins: Piece of Cake. Victorian-era adventure stories, set in a magical version of Yorkshire, England. Cakes, time travel, and wizards await! By Kate Ashwin. Running til Wednesday 27th August. Kate Ashwin writes, Webcomics are pretty important to me. I mean, I’ve always loved comics, …

Late Night Fun: If Coffee Was Like Comic Cons

Kilted Comics has put together a series of cartoons comparing working in a coffee shop to being at a comic convention. According to the website, the new web-comic If Coffee Was Like Comic-Cons was dreamed up while standing in line for …

David Gallaher And Steve Ellis – Talking To The Only Living Boys

Tomorrow at Noon, ET, The Only Living Boy by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis launch the full free webcomic The Only Living Boy at olbcomic.com. We chatted about the comic, its origins and what it means… for, you know. Stuff. …

Comic Con Nerds Will Save Earth. Maybe.

Jonathan Woodard writes for Bleeding Cool: I’m Jonathan Woodard and I’m probably best known for drawing and completing the first comic made entirely on an iPad “Samuel J. Coffy: Action Panda Cop”. I’m now working on a new web comic …

Home Bound, Sweet Home Bound

Robert Schwager writes: I’m sitting here with one of the creators of a new webcomic “Home Bound” and by ‘here with’ I actually mean nothing of the sort, more just Facebook chatting. Ian Wood is a pretty busy guy. At …

Si Spurrier’s Disenchantment Gets A Second Episode…

Disenchanted the free webcomic/multi-media extravaganza Disenchanted by Simon Spurrier and German Erramouspe, published by Bleeding Cool’s owner Avatar Press has had its second chapter go live. Naturally it maintains it’s sophisticated charm, its debonair wit and a sense of good …

The Art of Developing Character With Max Miller

Max Miller writes for Bleeding Cool: In the bright, flashy world of webcomics a story where three people have a long conversation in a single hotel room sounds like a hard sell. Shattered With Curve of Horn has been running …

Simon Spurrier Talks His New Webseries Disenchanted

On October 28th, Simon Spurrier is launching his brand new webseries Disenchanted with artist German Erramouspe. The series tells what happens to leprechauns, goblins, pixies and fey when people stop believing in them. How they all end up in Vermintown, a …

What May Be The Shortest Press Release Ever…

We receive press releases all the time. They are filled with hyperbolic claims and grandiose verbiage treating even the smallest announcement as earth-shattering. This is what a good PR person is supposed to do. Come up with a great headline, …

The Zombie Boy That Won’t Die

1987 was an interesting time in the comic world. Everywhere you looked there were creators self-publishing black and white comics and people were buying them… for a little while longer. That’s when Mark Stokes decided to jump into the fray …

The Once Greatest Superhero

Jeff Beckman writes for Bleeding Cool Ultimate Man used to be the world’s greatest superhero. He fought giant monsters that threatened the world day and night, but one day… the monsters were all gone. Ultimate Man had unfortunately fought and …

Looking Straight Ahead

Elaine M Will is a webcomic creator. I think her work is absolutely extraordinary. She’s currently funded by the Xeric Award grants and is working on… well, why don’t I get her to explain? She tells Bleeding Cool; I’ve been …

Where She Walks

Nathan Miller writes; Ambria Rourke is okay. She doesn’t mind when people call her Ambria, but she prefers to be called Bri, which she finds much less formal. She is 35 when we meet her. She is tall, with long, …

Crossed On Leadership

There’a a new wepisode of Crossed: Wish You Were Here up by Si Spurrier, Javier Barreno and Gary Erkine hitting the interwebs. And slightly less of the extreme nastiness this week. Just the usual nastiness mixed with a bit of …

Crossed: Wish You Were Here… As Long As “Here” Isn’t In The Office

This week’s Crossed: Wish You Were Here webcomic chapter has just gone live. And basically this is the only grouping  of panels I can show you without raising the ire of Bleeding Cool’s advertisers. Because the actual strip, by Si …