Comixpedia entreats aid assembling a list of the best webcomics in the world, either for tragedy, comedy, history, pastoral, pastoral-comical, historical-pastoral, tragical-historical, tragical-comical-historical-pastoral, strip individable, or poem unlimited: Seneca cannot be too heavy, nor Plautus too light. For the law of writ and the liberty, you are the only ones.
These, right here, are the notes I found scrawled in my back pocket–
*In a flagrant declaration of open war against Zampzon & Daku, Keenspot launches Keencast. Punks! This aggression will not stand! Or something…
*Comixpedia has an RSS Feed. Tell no one.
*Reprographics, a semi-autobiographical photocomic by Chris Yates, has arrived. In just over 1 year, this is how Chris makes his living… unless Chris simply fills his news section with mendacities in which case: shame on you, Chris Yates.
Jason Salisbury of the Pet Professional is seeking a new artist, so, someone jump on that, please. I love this strip.
the Webcomics Examiner, bastion of incisive commentary and, dare I say, examination is changing its format from quarterly to weekly… Joe Zabel says so and I believe him.
Propinquitous to the format change are new features arriving in a quantity best described as “multifarious,” including a site search engine, a comments section, and archive indexing.
New format by that cockroach guy.
Gossamer Commons kicks off the new year with new artist, Peter Venables, who is doing a bang up job with Trudy and I am in suspense as I want to see his take on the other characters I have come to love.
Eric Burns is the new editor for Modern Tales, an event propinquitous with the partial liberation of some of MT’s enslaved periodical pictographs… by which I mean the site will be mostly free, though it will continue to retain a subscription backbone… I think.
*Congratulations to Cat Garza on the birth of his daughter, Beatrix Cayce Garza.
*After 4 years, the photocomic Lick My Jesus is ending.
Most recently, real estate mogul Manley has writ on the subject of the Top 5 Troublemakers in Webcomics, essentially a gossip column… I prefer to call it Because the Stakes Are So Small.