Usually I’m all for ninjas, but in this case…Read More
One of the awesome new comics I have recently gotten into is a nifty little sci-fi gem called Drive. Penned by Dave Kellett (of Sheldon notoriety) is a good example of a webcomic with vision: it is clear that Kellett has planned out an overall story arc for the project and, apart from some details and minor diversions along the way, is going to stick to it…Read More
I think I’ve stumbled on a problem with the Internet. Now, bear with me for a second, because this is pretty in-depth, un-thought of concept, but I feel it’s my duty to share:
There’s too much stuff on the web.
I know: mind-boggling.
As such, when I stumble across a new webcomic or website I like, I’ll [...]
This past week, the usually excellent Very Short List amused me with one of there weekly updates. For those of you unaware of VSL (and that’s not meant to sound judgmental in the slightest), Very Short List is a website and e-mail service that picks one thing each day that they think you should [...]Read More
I’ve mentioned this before: The problem with webcomics is that there are just so many options to choose from. So when I really get into one that I like, I usually bookmark it on my computer, so even if I don’t remember to go back on a regular basis, my random “let me start [...]Read More
John Campbell’s simple, existential comic, Pictures for Sad Children, is not for everyone. People who like Wes Anderson films, Joanna Newsom, European art-house cinema, tripe, and other acquired tastes* may enjoy the very simple yet dramatic illustration and dry-as-hell dialogue. If your tastes are Michael Bay movies, Britney Spears, and cheeseburgers° you might [...]Read More
In advance of the 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, we here on Suvudu will be running down all the nominees in all the categories. Except this year, we’re going to let you tell us who you think will win. So check out a few synopsis, some artwork, and debate the merits of each if [...]Read More
One thing about webcomics is that persistence is often the key to success. Or, rather, that success isn’t really necessary, as long as you’re persistent.
In other words–as long as you’re willing to keep drawing and writing, you have a webcomic. It’s as simple as that.
One webcomic that I’ve known about for years is [...]