Tag Archives: webcomics

Back To Basics With Manga At Anime Expo – Comfort And Adam’s 101

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent It was serendipitous that I ended up attending the last half of Comfort Love and Adam Withers’ panel on creating a character Friday afternoon at the 23rd annual Anime Expo, held …

Women in Webcomics – Talking Saints & Sinners And Friendship With Jacqueline Monroe And Michelle Inez

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent I moved to Southern California almost four years ago and when I started attending the cons in this area, two of the first people I met and became con friends with …

Women In Comics Month Celebrates Busty Girl Comics – Talking With Paige Halsey Warren

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent I met Paige Halsey Warren at the 2012 Long Beach Comic Con and I was immediately drawn to her table. No, it wasn’t pinkish hair or the warm inviting smile (but …

Celebrating Dark Horse’s Women In Comics – Elfquest’s Wendy Pini Is Proud To Be A ‘Tough, Stubborn, Long-Surviving Woman Pioneer’

Since 1978, the world of Elfquest has inspired the minds and artistic bent of generations of readers, and the unstoppable trajectory of its ever-expanding world has moved through various platforms, displaying the full versatility of the comics medium, from mainstream …

School of Visual Arts Seniors Graduate Today – Preview The Comics Of Tomorrow!

The School of Visual Arts Department of Illustration and Cartooning hosted their annual Portfolio Review in conjunction with the Office of Career Development at the Art Directors Club in midtown in New York on Wednesday, an event designed to bring …

There Were Many Directions For New Directions In LGBTQ Comics At Wondercon

At the “New Directions in LGBTQ Comics” panel at Wondercon bright and relatively early on Sunday morning, the room was entirely full and audience very attentive. Panelists included Tommy Kovac (Wonderland through Disney, Skelebunnies, Stitched from Slave Labor Graphics), Ed …

Jeff Smith’s Tuki: Save The Humans, For Free Right Now

  After a webpage launch last year that Jeff Smith compares to that of Obamacare, Boneville.com has relaunched, with the full first season of Tuki: Save The Humans caveman webcomic available free. And even the Bones are happy about it. …

Getting The Word Out In The Digital World

In this digital age marketing has become like standing on a street corner trying to get people to pay attention to you. Dancing around while you spin a giant cardboard arrow pointing to your product/store. But in the digital world …

Bad Machinery Vol 2: The Case of the Good Boy – Taking Silliness For A Walk

By Ed Saul I have a little sister – the littlest! – who is madly obsessed with Just William. Most especially with the audiobook recordings read by the sublime Martin Jarvis, but also with William’s adventures in other media. Like …

Seth Kushner And Twenty-Two Artists Bring A Schmuck’s Love Life To Kickstarter – Plus Bleeding Cool Exclusive Image Gallery

One man, years spent in the absurd search for love in a tragic-comic world, a 21-part semi-autobio webcomic, 22 artists, and one Kickstarter to print that starts today : Schmuck. Award winning pop culture photographer Seth Kushner, the camera behind …

ShiftyLook Closes – But Udon To Keep Their Comics Going If They Can

Tekno. Virgin. Radical. Now ShiftyLook can join the band of people with plenty of money trying to take a punt in the comics industry – until they suddenly can’t anymore. Namco/Bandai’s funded webcomics in an attempt to revive faded video …

Axe Cop: American Choppers Is Coming From Dark Horse And You Can ‘Ask Axe Cop’ – The Bleeding Cool Interview With Ethan Nicholle

Brace yourselves: you’ll soon have another format in which to experience the phenomenon of Malachai and Ethan Nicholle’s world of Axe Cop. Dark Horse will be bringing a new Axe Cop comic series called Axe Cop: American Choppers to print …

Free Comics From Si Spurrier And Kieron Gillen

It’s possible I may see them both in the pub tonight. So I’d better get on their good sides in case I can get them to buy me a pint (or a glass of Kieron‘s bottle of wine). Si Spurrier …

If You Can Read A Comic, You Can Write A Song. If You Can Speak Italian.

P. Alessandro Polito writes: I’m a musician. I taught composition at the Conservatory – in Italy, is the highest school grade for musical studies – for several years. Often, some books that try to teach you how compose music are …

The Very Beautiful Firelight Isle Of Paul Duffield

Paul Duffield may be best known for Freakangels, the webcomic with Warren Ellis by Bleeding Cool’s publisher Avatar Press. Well now he’s gone out and done something new by himself. The web comic Fireflight Isle. Two chapters in, and it …

Dale Lazarov And Changing Digital Comic Content Considerations

It’s not just Sex Criminals #2. Gay erotic comic creator Dale Lazarov writes to his latest digital comic book distributor. Possibly. And shares it with Bleeding Cool; Dear [name redacted]: It’s encouraging to hear that you’re happy with the gay …

Disenchantment, The Anti-Fables But With Even More Maps

Today sees the beginning of Disenchanted, the new weekly webcomic from Bleeding Cool publisher Avatar Press, written by Si Spurrier, with full art by German Erramouspe. Welcome to Vermintown: a vast and vile city of a million inch-tall malcontents. Sprawling …

Tapastic: Trudgingly Oblivious Is Anything But

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool; Literally within minutes of reading Trudgingly Oblivious, (the collaborative, comic art, Tapastic exclusive serial) I’m thinking “This is the future of comic art, I must have been oblivious. Trudgingly oblivious. Did you see what …