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Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
6:11 pm
[rc_comic]
Hi!
I hope it's ok to post about my own webcomic here. I'm a woman and draw a webcomic about a young woman.:-)
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Sunday, March 14th, 2010
10:45 pm
[themachinestops]
Hey everyone! Just a little heads-up about the new zines available at Black Light Diner Distro!



HIGH ON BURNING PHOTOGRAPHS #5/ASYLUM #1 (Pittsburgh, PA/Santa Clarita, CA)

This split between Ocean and her penpal Matt, who is incarcerated. Meeting through a prisoner book program, they compiled this zine without ever having met, and the result is a zine on a diverse number of topics. In her articles, Ocean relates an attempt by her boss to create a Jackson Pollock painting, revisits 1997, and provides haiku book reviews. Matt's contributions tend toward the philosophical, as he questions what it means for something to be counterfeit, opines on philosophical zombies, and writes a "love letter" to Folsom Prison. I haven't read very many zines by prisoners, and this one was an eye-opener, providing just a glimmer of insight about what it is actually like to be incarcerated, and the many trials Matt will have to face even when "released."

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Thanks for reading!
Erica
Sunday, February 14th, 2010
5:59 am
[jadinerhine]
Publishing through Kablam?
Hallo all :)


Like the title says, has anyone had experience printing through KaBlam? I printed a 4 page sample of my comics and they looked great. Only thing is, the pages had a white strip around them. I found out myself reviewing the templates that this was actually the yellow area which they had said to try and leave some über-important stuff out of it...Of course, this could be my fault since I'm a total beginner at publishing through a company.


I'm interested in how you guys worked with setting up pages for print (if you have), especially for artbooks. I'm planning for one in the future and I kinda want to know how exactly to set them up, like for example with double-page spreads. :)


If none of this made sense, that's ok. I haven't slept for about 16 hours yet. xD


Thanks~!

Current Mood: pensive
Friday, December 4th, 2009
9:22 am
[rae_beta]
SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix #3 Submissions Deadline EXTENDED!
We are extending the SGAC #3 submissions deadline to December 30.

We're accepting fiction, nonfiction, poetry, comix, and any combinations thereof! While we'd prefer submissions relating to the issue's theme (tourism), we're open to damn near anything.

More info, and full submission guidelines, here.
Tuesday, November 10th, 2009
10:19 pm
[rae_beta]
Supergrrrl Adventure Comix #3 Call for Submissions!
Writers, Artists, Bandits, and Revolutionaries--

Have you ever lived in a tourist town? Worked in the industry? Traveled in unfamiliar territory?

SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix is a multimedia second-gen riot grrrl-themed zine currently accepting submissions for its third (and first themed) issue! We are looking for previously unpublished original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, black-and-white art, comic strips, interviews, articles, and reviews; regarding and related to tourism; from writers and artists of all ages, genders, and backgrounds.

We cannot pay contributors at this time, but we will happily give you contributor copies, random comic books, and our undying gratitude.

Please see below for guidelines, and feel free to forward this around or post it anywhere you'd consider appropriate.

For consideration for this issue, submissions must be received no later than DECEMBER 5.

Sincerely,
Rachel Edidin and Jen Vaughn, Two-Fisted Editrices
SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix


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Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009
10:58 pm
[rae_beta]
Meet the New Boss
Just posted a new Inside Out, in which I discuss the incorporation of Marvel into the Disney Hive and the continuing gendering of superheroes.
Sunday, July 19th, 2009
7:48 pm
[rae_beta]
Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
12:16 pm
[rae_beta]
Please Help - Urgent
Karen Ellis, creator of diary comic Planet Karen, lost nearly everything in a fire this weekend.

The apartment above her own caught fire on Sunday night, and while firefighters fought the blaze for three hours, tragically, the occupant was killed. Karen is physically fine, but most of her possessions, including books, clothes and drawing supplies, are ruined beyond repair. The apartment itself has suffered so much structural
damage that she's also been made effectively homeless. (See this comic for an account in her own words.)

Karen is a valuable part of the webcomics community. If you can, please consider making a contribution via the donation button at Planet Karen to help out. Every donation, whatever its size, really counts!

Girl-Wonder.org, the organisation that hosts Planet Karen, is also planning a fundraising auction on Karen's behalf. If you have items you think you'd like to donate, please contact Karen Healey at ten.karen@gmail.com for details.

ETA: Please repost, email etc.--just make sure to catch the links!

ETA again: PayPal is not being link-friendly, so the link above now goes to Planet Karen, which has a donation button that actually works.
Tuesday, January 13th, 2009
2:41 pm
[ny_xx]
Creating a Blog: The Foundation For Exposing Your Work

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Getting Started with a Blog.

In this article we will be explaining one of the most important aspects that will drive traffic to your website. We will be showcasing videos and discussing our own personal experiences. Having a blog is not only an important element for generating exposure it is also very useful and beneficial tool for connecting with people.

Septagon Studios experience with blogs has been an evolution of sorts. Since adding an active blog to our website, our traffic rank has gone from an obscure 2 000 000 to now around the 100 000 mark. This growth has allowed us to go from having 100 visitors a month to over 1000 visitors a day.

For the Full Article Please Click the link below:
http://news.septagonstudios.com/?p=497
Saturday, January 10th, 2009
3:09 pm
[rae_beta]
Females vs. Heroes
Because it never rains, but it pours, there's ANOTHER new Inside Out up this week: Females vs. Heroes, in which I kick a Wizard when it's down and then make salient points about the blogosphere topic du jour.
Tuesday, January 6th, 2009
12:26 am
[solmaru]
Hey all! Two of my comic stories have been completed! The Serpent in the Belly, Drawn by Jason Thompson:



And Wicked Temple, drawn by Konstantin Pogorelov:




They will be released in a full color volume along with two other stories in "The Legend of Bold Riley Book 1: The Dusty Road" But for now the Black and White roughs can be read in their entirety at www.boldriley.com

I hope you'll give it a look!
~Leia
Monday, January 5th, 2009
7:16 pm
[rae_beta]
Memoirs of an Invisible Woman
After a bit of a hiatus, Inside Out is back with Memoirs of an Invisible Woman, which has nothing to do with Sue Storm and everything to do with women working in comics.
Friday, December 5th, 2008
1:32 pm
[ny_xx]
Killing the Grizzly #1: A Bold New Era

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Written By: Dave Baxter

The world has changed.

There are less theatrical ways to put that, but none simpler in declaring this manifest truth: we’ve progressed. Beyond the printed page, though we’ve yet to leave those bastard scions of trees behind; beyond the water-stained warehouses and corner-crumpled cardboard boxes of overfed distribution systems. We feel far stranger today sitting there with a newspaper in hand, unable to double-click on names within the articles.

For the Full Article please click the link below:
http://news.septagonstudios.com/?p=432
Monday, December 1st, 2008
11:25 pm
[sevenknife]
6 or 7 Popes
6 or 7 PopesCollapse )



6 or 7 Popes
is a new comedy/action web comic that I've been working on and it just went live today at www.6or7popes.com, please go check it out and let me know what you think!

Saturday, November 15th, 2008
3:18 pm
[iron_spike]
Monday, November 3rd, 2008
10:27 pm
[solmaru]
The legend of Bold Riley


Hey guys! We've finally debuted www.boldriley.com. There are currently five adventures updating by myself and four talented others. If you like fantasy, fairy tale themes and lesbians then I hope you'll come by and have a read!

The above image is a promotional postcard I made to advertise the website for the 08/09 convention season and the Bold Riley story, Wicked Temple which we released in print and the Alternative Press Expo that was held just this past weekend in San Francisco.

Let me know what you think and thanks for reading!
~Leia
Thursday, October 30th, 2008
1:05 pm
[shadow_weaver]
Barbarian & Snowwhite & RedRose Comic Art
THESE ITEMS ARE FOR SALE! Your Support is greatly appreciated!

I decided to do a big version of the Wolf and Barbarian artwork, I did a few edits too, fixing her head and hips. Size is 11 x 17 so it's huge! on comic book paper/board. There is also :
This is a fun play on the old fairy tale about Rose Red and SnowWhite. But in this retelling SnowWhite is a powerful mage and RoseRed is a fearless warrior!


Thanks for your help!

Here's the link to the auction.


http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZsstoneseller




Thursday, October 9th, 2008
6:51 am
[junkpile]
Richmond Zine Fest - This Saturday - Oct. 11th
The Richmond Zine Fest will be held on Saturday October 11th from 11 am til 5 pm at the Gay Community Center of Richmond. This awesome event is completely FREE to attend. Even the workshops!!

We will have approximately 40 vendors from all over the US, but focused mostly in the mid-atlantic selling DIY published zines, books, comics, etc.

Under the cut you will find specific info about the workshops and the schedule!Collapse )

or visit http://www.richmondzinefest.org

Hope to see everyone Saturday!
Tuesday, September 30th, 2008
10:44 pm
[rae_beta]
SUPERGRRRL ADVENTURE COMIX #2 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Writers, Artists, Bandits, and Revolutionaries--

SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix is a multimedia second-gen riot grrrl-themed anthology zine. We released our first issue with a bang this August, and we'd like our second to be every bit as awesome!

To that end, we are looking for submissions of previously unpublished original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, black-and-white art, comic strips, interviews, articles, and reviews; from writers and artists of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. As usual, we are looking for a wide range of topics and perspectives, but if you're feeling thematic, we'll give you a very loose theme to work with: gentrification, appropriation of alternative culture, and ways to counter 'em! (Submissions do NOT have to follow this theme, nor will all pieces we publish--take it as a loose suggestion at best.)

TO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION IN SUPERGRRRL ADVENTURE COMIX #2, SUBMISSIONS MUST BE IN NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 30, AND QUERIES NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 1.

We cannot pay contributors at this time, but we will happily give you contributor copies, random comic books, and our undying gratitude.

Please see below for guidelines, and feel free to forward this around or post it anywhere you'd consider appropriate.

Sincerely,
Rachel Edidin and Jen Vaughn, Editrices

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Saturday, September 20th, 2008
2:19 am
[rae_beta]
SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix #1
At long last, you can order SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix #1 online! For $4, you get forty pages of original multi-media content wrapped in a rad hand-colored cover--just head to http://www.myspace.com/supergrrrlcomix and look for the PayPal link in the profile!



(SuperGrrrl Adventure Comix is a multimedia second-gen riot grrrl themed zine, with emphasis on independent comix. Each issue features ongoing comix starring SuperGrrrl--riot grrrl zinester superhero extrordinaire--as well as poetry, prose, pictures, DIY projects, and other rockin' sweet content. We are currently accepting submissions for our second issue; for more info, check out our webpage at http://www.myspace.com/supergrrrlcomix)
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