Sep 13, 2011
In this extra-ordinary length podcast about extra-ordinary webcomics, skoolmunkee and ozoneocean talk about how media, format, topic (and other features) may factor into whether a comic is "traditional" or not. And some of their favorite examples!
Topics and Show Notes
Grimm, Indiana - http://www.drunkduck.com/Grimm_Indiana/
/>Just Crazy - http://www.drunkduck.com/Just_Crazy_/
The DD Awards needs volunteers!http://www.drunkduck.com/forum/9893/
Vanguard competition to name the newest team member http://www.drunkduck.com/Vanguard/5201964/
What's traditional? What makes something non-?
Non-traditional comic or something else entirely?
Examples of alternative media, format, or topic
Making use of "web features" (like linkability, animation, etc)
Some difficulties of working non-traditionally
Featuring forum quotes from http://www.drunkduck.com/forum/topic/174468/
Jun 28, 2011
ShadowsMyst (Mistress of Marketing, and creator of Brymstone and Shifters) is back this week for Part 2 of a double-cast, all about the numbers and data behind your comics! There's more discussion in this second half about targeting efforts, gathering information in unusual ways, and search engine optimization.
Jun 7, 2011
Just in time for convention season, this episode is about the webcomic artists' perspective on cons. We've got two seasoned vets (and a contribution from ShadowsMyst) talking about why someone should set up shop, and how to prepare!
Feb 8, 2011
Special virtual-guest VegaX (who increases the podcast's accent diversity) of the Comic Review forum joins skool and oz to talk about the topic of comic reviews and critiques, both giving and receiving.