Nifty idea: a database in which you can look up crossovers between webcomics. May be helpful for following the big mess that the FRAMED!!! Great Escape has become…
Yet another comic with intimidatingly large archives, Narbonic.
Almost immediately after finishing Pin Drop, I started work on a second volume of wordless comics. I drew several stories but because I started on a very busy job that year, the project fell by the wayside. I wrote and drew this story, Desperately Seeking in 1998 but never published or indeed finished the last panel until now.
Bruno is one of those comics that you know you should read, but whose archives are a bit intimidating. I’ve finally done it, and feel humbled.
There are some new sketches for some earlier ROCR installments in the Book of All Things.
Dr. Fun by David Farley.
Another comic that follows the “best practice” of having a Best Of archive and therefore deserves an early mention is Hans Bjordahl’s pioneering Where the Buffalo Roam. On the internet before there was a web, WTBR doesn’t quite have the polish of many modern-day webcomisc and takes little or no advantage of the formal possibilities …
This week, I’ll be listing some of the comics in the exhibit. I want to start off with two that distinguished themselves by having a “best of” page in which I could easily find their most-loved work:
Boxjam’s Doodle and Sluggy Freelance. Both are well-known (or should be) but deserve extra mention anyway for this good practice.
Today I’ve been to the Comics Museum to pick up a computer to set up the digital exhibit on. Work on the Museum is now definitely progressing. I caught a glimpse of the pillars in which the computers will be mounted! The artwork is looking really good; it should, for the work involved in the …