(What an udder failure.)
Do you like puns?
I love puns.
I once entered a pun contest and I wrote ten different puns, but at the end, none of them won.
That is correct. No pun, in ten, did.
In complete honesty, puns are one of my weaknesses. I love ...
In my research for a larger article about comics and typography, I stumbled upon an article that talked about how and why the font “Comic Sans” came into existence. Published via The Guardian, Vincent Connare, Comic Sans’ typographer commented,
”One program was called Microsoft Bob, which was designed to make ...
Please Vote Below on the Pageant Comic!
The Three Categories
Personal Style and Talent
Beachwear and Hobbies
Evening Wear and Final Question
You get three votes per category.
Use them how you ...
May 2019 is right around the corner, and it marks a massive milestone in superhero comics - the 80th birthday of Batman.
His looooong running comic, Detective Comics, releases issue #1000! This is the second superhero comic to reach this impressive place - last year was Superman's 80th, and Action Comics ...
I remember hearing about this notion some time ago, on the dvd special features for an animated movie or show. I don't remember which one.
Characters derived from basic shapes can give a very strong impression of their basic personality type. This can help the audience feel ...
Over the holidays I watched a couple of programs that made me think of “non-traditional heroes”
We've talked about antiheroes multiple times around theduckwebcomics.com of course.
One of the programs was a series called ‘Happy!’ and the other was the movie “Inside Llewyn Davis” by the Coen Brothers ...
I didn't have a chance last week to talk about the passing of Bob Einstein, aka Super Dave Osborne, aka Marty Funkhauser.
Hilarious as Larry David's sometimes-nemesis and sometimes-friend, Marty Funkhauser, I remember him from many years ago on an old show called “Bizarre”.
The host ...
We all talk about the sheer necessity to create characters that don't appear cardboard, that are fleshed out, that generally feel like real flesh-and-blood, living, breathing people (regardless of your character's species or nature) with personalities that ring true to the audience.
There are several elements that contribute ...