One of my favorite traditionally-colored webcomics is Dawn Chapel by B. Root. Brian has a gift with watercolors, and I decide to ask him if he would be willing to do an interview with me. Dawn Chapel is a series of eloquently rendered short stories in comic-form. Each story consists of detailed panels and beautiful… Continue reading The Watercolor Works of Dawn Chapel: Interview with B. Root
Today’s Webcomic Wednesday is one from the FUEL archives – we’re going back in time for an interview with E.K. Weaver of The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal fame, a (more than epic & NSFW) comic about two guys who throw caution to the wind, and take off on a cross-country road… Continue reading The Epic Adventures of a Texas Comic Artist! Interview with E.K. Weaver
Or just monsters. And girls. Whatevs. Two of my favorite topics in one Webcomic Wednesday. Because this is what Wednesdays were made for, right? Right. Any excuse to stop what you’re doing and read some webcomics. We need more days that start with W. Monster Pulse Monster Pulse, Magnolia Porter Updated: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays Monster… Continue reading Webcomic Wednesday No. 26 – Magic and Monster Girls!
Haven’t done one of these in so long but I rediscovered my love for illustrative storytelling and have resumed my hunt for awesome webcomics. So without further ado. Today’s webcomics! Everblue Everblue, Michael Sexton Updated: Usually Sundays Everblue is a story about adventure, camaraderie and exploration in a world with a potentially bleak fate. In… Continue reading Webcomic Wednesday Numero 25 – And the Webcomics are Back!
Webcomic Wednesday is back folks! And today we have a special feature – today I am showing off some of the comic artists that took part in Hourly Comic Day on February 1st. While I was at work and couldn’t participate myself, I still enjoyed watching what other artists came up with, and I’m sure… Continue reading Webcomic Wednesday: The Hourly Comic Day Special!