Comics are Rebecca Schuchat’s preferred mode of expression. Still, the Oakland-born cartoonist, whose new comic, “Where’s My Timbrel?”, debuts here and will continue on J.’s social media, tends to make comics more introspective than humorous. “I spend a lot of time thinking, as a millennial, about not being able toRead More →

The Webcomics Weekly is back in your life. This week, we’re taking a look at the delicious mile-per-minute “Gato & Brush” gag strip that’s just kinda cool. As well as the continuing cover of “Lavender Jack” and “Lore Olympus”. Cat and Brush‘E-Meow-Tions’ – ‘Not Yet’Updates:By Studio NostosReviewed by Elias RosnerRead More →

New episodes of some of your favorite TV shows from the 1960s and 1970s are coming! This is the case with “Space: 1999”, “Doctor Who”, “Dark Shadows” and “The Avengers”, the subject of this review. The caveat is that they appear as audio pieces, produced by UK-based Big Finish Productions.Read More →

Andrea Shecapio (Photo provided) By Patrick Quinn Journalist of the Local Journalism Initiative An English and history project at Voyageur Memorial High School in Mistissini has been so successful that teachers are trying to find a wider audience. In it, Andrea Shecapio uses digital comic media to create a movingRead More →

COLUMN: Food for thought by Sandy Sutherland A FEW years ago we walked into the Scottish Antiques and Arts Center in Doune, near Callander. My wife could soon find herself among the antiques and I among the comics! Old copies of the Hotspur, Dandy, Beano… brought back childhood memories. Rev.Read More →

Here are this week’s Sour Grapes, enjoy! Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his strange friends, all living in a problematic and troubled world. Sour Grapes is currently published inRead More →

Are you planning to celebrate Halloween with horror this year? Look no further than these eight horror webcomics you can read online for free in October. Reading webcomics is a great way to support independent creators and up-and-coming comics who post their wok online on sites like Tapas and WebToon.Read More →

Hearst Connecticut Media Editorial Board October 19, 2021 A 9/11 “Curtis” comic strip by Stamford resident Ray Billingsley. King Features Syndicate Thumbs up to Stamford resident Ray Billingsley, who won the Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year from the National Cartoonists Society. Billingsley, creator of the “Curtis” comicRead More →

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Comic book characters are bad role models As a kid, I always looked forward to reading comics — you know, “funnies” — because they were funny. And here I am, I’m almost 86, and I still like to read funny books.Read More →

By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews): Source: Regional Museum of Agulhas (Information): Downtown Needles, CA: Spike, the cartoon character from the Peanuts statue, has a new home inside the Needles Regional Museum. Spike is Snoopy’s brother who lives outside of Needles, California, and is a character in Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comicRead More →

Pune, India, Aug. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world webcomics market The size is expected to gain momentum reaching $11.12 billion by 2028 while growing at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2021 and 2028. In its report titled “Webcomic Market, 2021-2028“, Fortune Business Insights mentions that the market wasRead More →

DC is teaming up with Webtoons to create all-new standalone webcomics for all readers, featuring many characters from across the DC Universe. A new partnership between DC and webtoon will see characters from the DC Universe star in the upcoming webcomic series. The DC/Webtoon collaboration is intended to introduce stand-aloneRead More →

It happened. DC and Webtoon today announced a partnership that will see the companies collaborate on several upcoming webcomic series set in the DC Universe. No creative team has been announced, although very reasonably it looks like the DC characters will be adapted by webtoon creators, and it won’t beRead More →

After more than two decades, a comic produced by artist DeLand will end early next year. Mr Fitz, which tells the universe of a high school teacher, has been written and drawn since 2000 by David Finkle, who is largely inspired by his own career as a teacher for comics.Read More →

What’s new is pleased to announce that Sour Grapes – A Comic Strip by Tim Jones will now air weekly on WhatsUpNewp.com. Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his strangeRead More →

In December, we asked for your input as we were tasked with creating a new Sunday comics section for 11 Gannett newspapers in the Carolinas to support print production efficiency. Due to their overwhelming popularity, these top 10 strips have been acquired in: BC, Beetle Bailey, Blondie, Born Loser, CloseRead More →

Webcomics are gaining popularity due to their easy-to-read nature. Many webcomics are available on easy-to-use apps that work with just about any smartphone fan. With tons of platforms, authors, and new series, there’s something for everyone. Also, many webcomics are released weekly, instead of readers having to wait an entireRead More →

There’s a new reason to regularly visit the official site to Star Fantasy Online 2: A comic. Sega announced that it will localize the slices of PSO2COMI: Phantasy Star Online 2 comic. The first two episodes of the Pekeko series are now available to read. As it should be, theRead More →

Seoul, South Korea–(BUSINESS WIRE)–RIDI Corporation sets foot to buck the trend in comic culture with the introduction of Manta, a global online comic book service. Manta features a diverse collection of webcomics including but not limited to romance, fantasy, slice of life, horror, mystery, thriller and Manta Originals – itsRead More →