Fresh from pounding the aisles at the London Exel Centre last month, our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle Says reports in with some small press observations in with her London Super Comic Con review.
The latest in our ‘why I love digital comics’ series sees indie comic creator and Afterlife Inc. writer Jon Lock wax lyrical about the joys of digital.
In the latest of our ‘Why I Love Digital Comics’ series Tim West, founder of UK digital comics storefront Comicsy, tells us why he loves his digital collection more than print.
In every artistic medium there are moments where things change so exponentially that the medium is never the same afterwards. It may not always be apparent at the time, but without it, the world would not be quite the same without it. In the world of digital comics that moment was the publishing of Balak’s About Digital Comics published on DeviantArt on February 11th 2009, and so as we reach it’s five year anniversary we look back at this watershed moment courtesy of the team at TurboMedia.
Emerging from the fog of Christmas and New Year, our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle finds herself looking forward to an intriguing year for small press comics.
Our roving reporter, ‘Lizzie Boyle Says’, was at ThoughtBubble recently, indulging her love of small press comics and thinking about the crossover between (printed) small press and the digital world.
The latest instalment in our series ‘why I love digital comics’ comes from Australian comics blogger Joe Malloy who is wrestling with his love of digital and his desire to read a great comic book letters page at the same time!
Following on from last month’s column about ‘why I love digital comics’ we would like to welcome the brilliant Lizzie Boyle to Pipedream Comics as a regular columnist with the first of here series of article ‘Lizzie Boyle Says’. In this first instalment she looks at the secrets to buying and selling small press comics at UK comic conventions. So if you’re going to a convention like ThoughtBubble in Leeds at the end of the month check out her advice, you never know it might help you find the best comic you’ve never read!
The latest in our series of guest columns on ‘why I love digital comics’, comes from Uproar Comics Creative Director and head writer Danny McLaughlin (with a little help from fellow writer and marketing maestro Heather Taylor).
Our new series of guest columns on ‘why I love digital comics’, continues this week with a controversial entry from Disconnected Press‘ Lizzie Boyle.
The latest in our series of guest columns about ‘why I love digital comics’ comes from Madefire co-founder and digital pioneer Liam Sharp.
The second in our fantastic series of guest columns sees Brian Winkeler, writers of our ‘11th favourite MonkeyBrain Comics‘ title tell us all about what he loves the world of digital comics.
It’s no secret that we love digital comics here at Pipedream Comics and we hope that comes across in every post we put on the site. But what about the rest of the comics world? Well, this week we are set to launch a fantastic new series of guest columns where some of the finest writers and artist from the world of digital comics tell us just why they love them. We’re going to start this off with a true digital pioneer, publisher of Aces Weekly the ‘world’s only digital art comic’, David Lloyd. A writer, artist and digital publisher, he also happens to have worked on a little book called V For Vendetta back in the 1980s, so knows a thing or two about the whole world of print too, but what is it about the world of digital that he loves so much?
What do you get if you combine Captain Jack Sparrow, Darth Vader and one of Despicable Me’s Minions with a sleepy Wiltshire market town and a sunny Saturday afternoon – why its the Melksham Comic Convention of course! We were there along with over 600 other eager geeks from all across the UK, so here’s our report on what went down.