Webcomics Confidential Ep 20 — Webcomics Collectives
A Webcomics.com member wrote:
I’ve been reading webcomics since the early 2000s, and many of the webcomics that I read over the years were members of webcomics communities – Keenspot/Keenspace, Blank Label, Halfpixel, and a few others. I always thought that being a part of a community like that would be beneficial because of strength in numbers, cross promotion, and having people to lean on when you need help. Do you think that webcomic communities are a thing of the past or could they still be a good thing (or is it a case-by-case kind of situation)? It would seem to me that in an era of social connectivity that maybe it’s unnecessary.
It’s a great question. We’re certainly in an era in webcomics in which “everything old is new again.” Does that hold true for the Collectives of old? Perhaps. But here’s a few things you’ll want to keep in mind before signing up.
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