Webcomics Field Guide: KC Green and Anthony Clark’s BACK

From long-running soap operas to comedy-drama slices of life to daily gag strips, the digital comics scene has exploded over the last decade and readers have never had more options. Feeling overwhelmed? Jen Overstreet and Joe Stando are here to take you on an expedition through the webcomics wilderness Read More …

A Deadshirt Webcomics Field Guide to: KC Green’s Gunshow

From long-running soap operas to comedy-drama slices of life to daily gag strips, the digital comics scene has exploded over the last decade and readers have never had more options. Feeling overwhelmed? Joe Stando is here to take you on an expedition through the webcomics wilderness and Read More …

Artistic Licensed: How BOOM! Studios is Utilizing Today’s Top Webcomics Talent

As discussed before on Deadshirt, the modern webcomics scene is a thriving community with dozens of writers and artists producing comics of every genre and format. It’s somewhat surprising, then, that there isn’t more crossover between major publishers and professional webcomic creators. Marvel and DC tend to Read More …

Robots, Monsters and Charlie Day: A SPX Pacific Rim Sketchbook

As alluded to in Deadshirt’s SPX coverage , I asked a bunch of artists at last weekend’s Small Press Expo to contribute to my Pacific Rim-themed sketchbook. These are those sketches: