First Links Post Of 2012

By | Wednesday, January 04, 2012 1 comment
  • Here's a short interview with Matt Campbell over at Examiner.com. It's a pretty basic interview as far as the depth of the questions, but I'm struck that it's essentially a mainstream site talking about a webcomic without any of the usual tropes of "gosh, these webcomics are wildly new and different from most printed comics."
  • Apparently, George R.R. Martin has put up a list of fanzines he contributed to on his site; however, Chain Letters for Disturbed Children notes that there isn't much in the way of visuals, so he's begun posting scans of said fanzines.
  • The Webcomic Overlook has a nice write-up on the Phantom Lady.
  • I expect you've already heard that Karl Kesel has brought back Section Zero as a webcomic, right? Not true. Total myth. There's nothing to see here. Move along.
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1 comments:

PC said...

That interview on Examiner is clunky beyond description. Either set it up as a prose text with quotations when more appropriate, or just do a simple Q&A interview layout.