Monthly Archives: October 2010


Today I was going to give you a run-down of my favourite female characters in webcomics, but during the read-around I was doing to consolidate my choices I realised- a great female character doesn’t do enough on their own. If … Continue reading

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Late to the Party

Today we’re going to take a brief look at one of the strengths and weaknesses of webcomics as a medium; the archive. Now, the archive is a wonderful thing- it means that none of the storyline, none of the real … Continue reading

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Webcomics and the living author

[Trigger Warning: The following contains discussions of rape "humour"] This week I’m going to talk a little bit about one of the things that make webcomics a fascinating medium; unlike traditional media, webcomics have a living author. I don’t mean … Continue reading

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Update Schedules: Demand and supply

This week I’d like to talk about a couple of things- the first is one of my favourite webcomics out there, Gunnerkrigg Court, and the second is how and why update scheduling is one of the most important parts of … Continue reading

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