It’s also launch season for their webcomics
You may have seen this floating around yesterday. It’s the work of Owlturd Comics. This internet humorist is up to date with his targets and posts images so big that even your Uncle Fred who lost his reading classes will have no problem reading them. The creator, Shen, does a similar comic for Webtoon called Blue […]
Part of Webtoon’s launch of four female created strips this month, My Dear Cold Blooded King is a full color manga style adventure/romance/drama drawn with style by a creator who goes by the name of Lifelight. The comic uses extreme scrolling, music and other effects, but it’s all in the service of the story which involves a […]
And another new business venture for SDCC Week: LINE Webtoon is a digital comics service, powered by NAVER, Korea’s biggest search engine. They have a pretty huge library of Korean content, and have been in tyhe us for about a year—but now they are adding original English language materials, starting with a digital relaunch of CYBERFORCE by Marc Silvestri and Matt Hawkins, and a new comic written by YouTube fashion and beauty maven Michelle Phan. The Enchantress is a 26-chapter story “delving into a near-future world of oppression, where elemental magic and ancient alchemy in the hands of one hero may save humanity. ” Random quotes from PR:
This infographic is also an ad for WEBTOONS, a portal short serialized digital comics that are native on mobile platforms. The site is run by NAVER, the Google of South Korea. Despite the proprietary nature there is still some interesting info on the graph including projected worldwide size of the digital comics market…no idea where that came from, but webtoons are an established entertainment format in South Korea, seemingly more than in the US.
Digital comics have been growing at a tremendous rate over the past years, with initiatives like Thrillbent gaining prominence on top of individual projects like Dinosaur Comics, or Dr McNinja. People are trying new things with content and accessibility, as well as community – which is where Tapastic comes into play. Steve MorrisTalking bunny, Little […]