In this Quackcast I thought we'd chat about Emma Clare's great and thoughtful topic of webcomic origin stories:
Basically, what was happening to make you start your webcomic on DD, all that stuff in your life back when you first began posting… Emma's newsposts are a ...
TheDeeMan has some news!
Hi Drunk Duck,
A little DD news for the site. Coydog and me (TheDeeMan) have published “Hit Girlz” as a graphic novel. It's out now and on Amazon:
So here we are.
The final part.
The end of the journey.
Settle in kids because this is looooong. I’m going to get a bit real and it may be confronting for some people so I just want to warn you.
I was in my final year of university ...
Chapter One: Red Initiative
When Lu returns to his shop, his apprentice/female cousin Lully feels like overstaying her welcome. His one goal is to learn about immortality. The next morning, Argus, a pretty-boy (bishie type) enters the scene and greets the two cousins during their morning conversation. After a ...
Covers are a very important part of books and comics! They entice us to pick them up and read them, they encourage us to BUY them. But how much are they really needed for webcomics? You hardly ever look at the front cover and what you really want in ...
Last week I decided to be indulgent and explain where I came from as a webcomic creator and this week I am finishing that story, at least up to where I am now. It was so lovely reading all your comments about your origins. It is very easy to look ...
This week we mine Banes's ideas about damaged protagonists. Does having physiologically damaged protagonists (as opposed to merely flawed), make them more realistic or relatable? I think we came to the conclusion that this isn't necessarily the case at all, in fact it can mean the opposite ...