The BIG news today is that we will have a new person doing the features!
You may or may not be familiar with kawaiidaigakusei.
She actually shows up in Quackcast 139!.
From now on kawaiidaigakusei and I will be doing the weekly features, alternating. Skoolmunkee is retiring from ...
Hello Drunk Duckers!
Please remember to tell all your extended networks that the current URL here is http://www.theduckwebcomics.com, till we get DD back. :)
Drue Langlois says:
My web comic “The Pools of Zara” has passed page 200 and is on its final pages.
The original version ...
For Quackcast 139 Banes and I were joined by Kawaiidaigakusei who had an amazingly interesting subject to talk about:
“Telling Someone's Sex By the Way They Draw”, based partially on this old thread from the forums: http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/forum/topic/161694/.
This has ...
A little message from TheDeeMan:
During the Duck's downtime Monique and I released “Chevalier the Queen's Mouseketeer: The Hither and Yon” the first in a four book fairy tale fantasy adventure series based on our webcomic “Chevalier”. It's available now at Amazon, Barnes&Noble, and bookstores everywhere ...
Your secrets are not safe. DoorMan is Janus de Nile, an enigmatic time-traveller hunting psychic parasites called the Arcanum, who feed on the guilt, remorse, and regret of those who hold secrets from their past. Sandman meets Doctor Who in this horror / sci-fi / psychological thriller.
The art is solidly ...
With the combined efforts of JustNoPoint Comics and Comic Rocket www.theduckwebcomics.com lives!
A HUGE thank you to Jamey Sharp of http://www.comic-rocket.com for coming in and figuring out what all needed to be set on the server. Finally getting the site live!
And thank you to ...
Quackcast 129 fits in with our technical series of Quackcasts when we investigate different comic making tools, like pen and paper, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Toon Boom Studio, Manga Studio etc. except this time we asked people to tell us about the tools they use to make their ...
For Quackcast 127 we asked the DD community about the traditional print comics that influenced them over the years, from their early days onward. No webcomics! Only the old printed kind in comic books or newspapers, or gum wrappers or… however else people got their comicbook goodness. And ...