There’s gotta be a way to have a webcomic for people who don’t read webcomics. There’s GOTTA!
Web Comics are so fleeting yet so rewarding at the same time. Why not a webcomicon? I'll tell you why not. How many web comics AREN'T stick figures, unoriginal content, video game sprites, pictures of stuff with comic bubbles, reflections of other popular culture (like vampire anime web comics and shit..). And then you got the furres. Oh boy you got the furres. I tell you what though, being concise in 4 panels or less is a talent. I struggle with it and thats why i only make one web comic once every 6 months and cannot consider myself a web comic artist and just a web comic fan. Some great original content needs to headline any organized web comicon and I don't care how many people like XKCD, XKCD counts as stick figures and therefore should never headline.
I'm thinking way too ahead and hypothetical but why not eh.
Well, Tom, I gotta say, I don't have furries. I find that lice shampoo is very effective against them every time we have an infestation. And as for XKCD, with me it bats about .5, but sometimes gets off an incredibly clever one, even though Randall is clearly not much of an artist (worse than me … but I work with what I got. Thanks for dropping by — who says you never meet anyone on EC! Now I'll have to look for those rare webcomics on your blog!
I've got scraps somewhere else online that i've never really shared. It's just really hard. I can't condense the point I want to make. I always end up giving too much dialog to a character.
There actually is a Webcomic-Con.
And I'm actually really happy that there is now a "Webcomics Pavillion" at SDCC instead of a shantytown of booths.
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