FEATURED COMIC --> Strike Pup

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Nov. 18, 2020



In the year 1986, Rose Remington was a rising star in women’s martial arts. However, life threw her a few face punches that forced Rose to fall out of the International fighting championships. The only struggles she now faces are the large, testosterone-filled opponents that she takes on in ...

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QUACKCAST 505 - Character Trajectory!

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Nov. 17, 2020

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Character trajectories are really interesting- in terms of character alignment, like a good guy that slowly turns into a bad guy through a whole bunch of bad ...



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The Highway to Hell

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Nov. 14, 2020



Unless they are an old-timey Disney villain or similarly classic cartoon villain, nobody wants to be evil or bad starting off. Nobody's ambition is to be the villain in their own story. (note I say ‘villain’ and not ‘antagonist’)

Everyone is out to be the hero.

So why aren ...





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Uncompressed Storytelling

Banes at 12:00AM, Nov. 5, 2020


stretchin' out them stories!

I think I first heard the phrase “uncompressed storytelling” via the great John Byrne, comic artist and writer, and man of very strong opinions. He was criticizing some other writer or comic series (I don't remember which one) about hinting at stories that wouldn't ...


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The Walking Dead

Banes at 12:00AM, Oct. 29, 2020




The Walking Dead has been a successful comic-to-screen adaptation. Back when the show started, in 2010, the comics-on-film trend had not hit high gear.

High gear wasn't far off, though. Iron Man had already come out and was huge, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe was soon going to take ...




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Thumbnails in comics - Why you should be using them

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Sept. 4, 2020



When crafting a visual narrative, creating thumbnails is a crucial and often overlooked part of the process. It’s about helping you figure out the pacing and dialogue over the course of a chapter or issue of your comic. As the story comes together you’ll also be able to ...

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Why you should write a one shot

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Aug. 28, 2020



The deadline to submit your pitch for the DrunkDuck horror anthology is fast approaching (31/8/2020) so what better time to talk about one shot comics than right now! Short story comics, also known as one-shots, are generally self contained stories. There aren’t as many moving parts when ...

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When The Monster Is Too Good For Angst

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Aug. 22, 2020




There's nothing more entertaining than the angst of a monster that was once a human being. A monster that hates who he/she is, that strives to regain all the terrible loss he/she has sustained, to strive to become human again.



Or if it starts off a monster ...






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Community Projects: Make a Guest Comic for Barkham Horror or Contribute to JillyFoo’s Halloween Zine!

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Aug. 17, 2020




Scott D is Making a Call for Guest Comics & Art for Barkham Horror

https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/forum/topic/178437/

Hey guys, so our second chapter (concluded) on 17th July 2020, at which point (went) on a break until September so that my partner and I can get some more ...






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The Fool Triumphant

Banes at 12:00AM, July 30, 2020



Many stories feature some kind of underdog in the beginning. This is a standard approach to a Protagonist. They may be very capable and bright, but have a lower status or disadvantage of some kind. This helps make them relatable and helps people root for them to win. Most mainstream ...

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