We’re back with three new crowdfunding projects that are sure to set your heart aglow.
Okay how to figure this out? A press release touts that nerdlebrity supreme John Barrowman is starring in something called Acursian. but it’s a webcomic – a joint venture of Webtoon and Legendary Comics. The comic is co-created by Barrowman, his sister Carole Barrowman and Erika Lewis (Game of Shadows and Firebrand: The Initiation of Natali Presano) […]
Leeanne “Mongie” Krecic creates the popular series ‘Let’s Play’ on LINE Webtoon. The Beat talks to the creator about her past, success, and social anxiety.
After a brief hiatus, we’re back with three new crowdfunding projects that should be on your radar.
We take a look at three gorgeously fun crowdfunding projects featuring: The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya, Barbarous, and No Holds Bard.
Indie ad network Project: Wonderful will be shutting down on August 1, it was just announced. P:W started as a micropayment ad network more than a decade ago as a way to help fund webcomics sites and comics blogs. The payments were small, a few dollars here and there, but it was more than nothing. […]
This week’s Crowdfunding Watch focuses on misfit teams who are at their best when they are working together. From stealing vampire treasures, to fighting aliens and lustful embraces, these are three projects worth checking out.
An omnibus collecting the entire dog-loving series arrives early next year from Image Comics. I’m such a big fan of this that I interviewed Norton not once but twice about the series. It adds all the fun and silliness of the best fantasy role-playing campaigns to the adorableness of a giant warrior pug. Don’t miss […]
“It was quite a challenge because it was unlike anything DC had done,” said Bruning. Though they had been in the industry for years, they didn’t know how to deal with online talent and online competition. In many ways, they had to “rebuild” and rework their established view of comics.
Sometime after this, Pixar contacted Alcaraz. “They invited me for a ‘little-chat,’” he said. When they asked for his help to work on the movie, Alcaraz was stunned. “I was thinking, ‘wow universe, you have a sick sense of humor.” But, Alcaraz saw this as a great opportunity and accepted it. “I wanted to make sure this wasn’t going to be the Aladdin for Mexicans.”