Serialized vs Episodic Storytelling

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Dec. 1, 2018



There is a general trend in mainstream media and sequential art to generally value serialized works (in shows, series, comics, etc) over episodic ones. They are considered to be more elegant, more dynamic and more interesting than episodic ones. While this might definitely hold true, is it so as a ...

read more

The Turn

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Dec. 23, 2017



There are few scenes more dramatic, more alluring and more riveting than the moment when the one of the main characters of a story makes the Turn: the moment where they change their convictions- for better or worse.

If properly prepared, the Turn is an extremely cathartic and exciting moment ...



read more

Daring to Do Something Different

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, May 29, 2017



Today is Memorial Day in the United States. I have met many young men who have joined the military and each time I look into their eyes, I see a brave person who is able to confront fears I never had to face at that age. Some of them may ...

read more

PHOTOCOMICS

Banes at 12:00AM, March 9, 2017


Image by Gunwallace, from Utterly Rucked, found here on the Utterly Drunk Duck!

Photocomics

My somewhat undisciplined, regularly wandering mind went, awhile back, to the possibility of doing photocomics instead of drawn ones.

Of course, my fanciful thoughts hit a wall after realizing the amount of WORK that goes into ...






read more

Adapting Myth to Modernity (part 1)

Tantz_Aerine at 5:03AM, Feb. 11, 2017



In a chat where we were discussing our comics, Pit-Face told me that if Bones from Putrid Meat is Odysseus, then Blitzov from Epic of Blitzov is Gilgamesh. And that very solid analogy of the two characters’ function in her stories, got me thinking about how myth of all sorts ...

read more

Modern Heroes: Only in West Hollywood

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Nov. 9, 2015



After spending three hours reading Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman in a public library on Friday afternoon, I ran into the most marvelous sculpture on display while taking a stroll through West Hollywood Park. The shiny, white sculpture was based on two popular and beloved comic book superheroes, Batman and ...

read more

Terror, Horror, and Revulsion, courtesy of the King

Banes at 12:00AM, Oct. 15, 2015



Apparently the difference between “terror” and “horror” was first expressed by writer Ann Radcliffe (1764-1823), who said that Terror is the dread and apprehension about something happening, while Horror is the actual encountering the frightening thing.
Maybe this is what they mean when they talk about “suspense” vs. “horror”. Have ...


read more

FEATURED COMIC --> Dinnersaurus Rex

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Aug. 6, 2014



This fantastically cute comic is about natural survival, making friends with food, and the importance of having to feed a family.

Not enough food in the pantry? That is the dilemma that Mother Dinnersaurus is faced with when breakfast for dinner is no longer satisfactory for her growing children. She ...



read more

MONDAY FEATURE -> The Ignorant Boys' Guide to World Maintenance

skoolmunkee at 12:26AM, Aug. 30, 2010



Just when you think you can't get any lower, something worse happens. That's just how it goes for some people. People like Randal- a homeless, jobless guy who turns to male stripping to get by. It's a living- until he meets an intimidating woman who takes an ...

read more

I guess I should make a newspost!

skoolmunkee at 3:59PM, Jan. 31, 2010



Guess what! Last week, Carnies turned 25 pages old! “25 pages without filler” that is. :]


Guess what other comic reached 25 pages last week! Kombat Kubs, by Wordweaver_three and harkovast!


I guess I should announce that Urban Legends Sketchbook by Legend Comics has also reached 25 pages!


You'll never ...










read more

Forgot Password
©2011 WOWIO, Inc. All Rights Reserved Google+