Start planning holiday merchandise now!

Merry Christmas — and Happy New Year! Set down the sunblock, and step away from the pool. It’s time to start planning for December and January. I know it’s hard to get into the spirit, but this is the time […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Webcomics.com Poll: Income sources

The new Webcomics.com Poll asks where the majority of your webcomics-related money comes from. Before you participate, please take a moment and adjust your mental figures to reflect net income — not gross. In other words, if you made $2,000 […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Toonhacks

Every time I come across a “lifehack” post on Facebook, I devour it. There’s always something new to pick up and use in my daily life. Then it occurred to me, that I’d been doing the same thing on this […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Con Flier Hot Seat: I am ARG! and A La Mode

This is the second  (and perhaps final) installation of the Con Flier Hot Seat. I’ve left the sign-up open if anyone wants to participate before we move on. As always, this works very much like an Art School critique. I’ll […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Comic Con International 2014

As usual, Gary Tyrrell’s Fleen has a peerless round-up of all of the webcomics-related booths and programming at this year’s Comic Con International in San Diego. Among the don’t-miss events is the screening of Stripped, the documentary by Dave Kellett […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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NewsHour: The Artisan Economy

PBS’s NewsHour recently aired a thought-provoking piece that relates closely to what we webcartoonists do. Calling it “The Artisan Economy,” NewsHour delved into people like us who attempt to launch small, niche businesses based on the value of our personal […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Con Flier Hot Seat: Blow The Cartridge

This is the first in a series of comic-convention flier Hot Seat critiques. The rules are simple: I’ll start off the discussion with some thoughts and then the members are welcome to join the ongoing conversation.

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