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Hilary Price launches new Rhymes with Orange site

Rhymes with Orange creator Hilary Price has launched a new web site to showcase her comic feature. She told Dave Astor at E&P, “it will make it 10 times easier for me to make additions, post favorites, and maybe even blog a little.” On a Hilary-related-note, she’ll be at the The Cartoon Art Museum in […]

Posted on: Oct 23, 2008,  Section: Comic strips, Speaking Engagements, Web Sites, Comments: Comments Off on Hilary Price launches new Rhymes with Orange site

Bill Griffith talks about online Zippy business

Zippy the Pinhead creator Bill Griffith was interviewed by the Hartford Courant about the online business side of his comic strip. According to the article, the sales of Zippy memorabilia and accessories on has grown from one third to half of his income. The article also talks about some of the products and services […]

Posted on: Oct 2, 2008,  Section: Comic strips, Web Sites, Comments: Comments Off on Bill Griffith talks about online Zippy business

John Hart studios launches new web site

John Hart Studios has rolled out a new web site that features the daily B.C. and Wizard of Id comic strips along with a blog, character write-ups, and information about the current cartoonists working on the two strips, plus bios of the creators, Johnny Hart and Brant Parker.

Posted on: Sep 25, 2008,  Section: Comic strips, Web Sites, Comments: 2 Comments

New Perry Bible Fellowship book announced

A new Perry Bible Fellowship collection is due out in November. The new book is entitled The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack and features an introduction written by Juno screenwriter Diablo Cody. The book will include a complete run of PBF including the strips that came after Nicholas Gurewitch, previous collection “The Trials of Colonel Sweeto.” […]

Posted on: Jul 16, 2008,  Section: Books, Web Sites, Comments: 5 Comments

New websites for KAL, Six Chix, Meehan

A few new web sites have launched in the last couple of weeks. Kevin “KAL” Kallaugher has added a blog to his web site that will feature his sketches, roughs and commentary for his cartoons and animation. The Six Chix cartoonist now have a home on the web. The site offers a collection of Six […]

Posted on: May 29, 2008,  Section: Blogs, Comic strips, Editorial cartooning, Web Sites, Comments: 1 Comment

ComicPress releases latest upgrade to WordPress

For those webcomickers or cartoonists looking for an easy way to post your comics daily to your website, the ComicsPress theme for WordPress has been upgraded to version 2.5. The new release offers five different page layouts to accommodate several different types of comics and a new Comicpress Manager has been released to help configure […]

Posted on: May 20, 2008,  Section: web comics, Web Sites, Comments: 2 Comments

King Features launches comic web application

King Features has released a new embed-able comic application called Comics Kingdom that allows any newspaper to deploy a comic page easily. The application allows users to view a 30 day archive of King’s comics, ability to rate and comment on a comic, zoom in for a larger view, and to add the page to […]

Posted on: May 15, 2008,  Section: Comic strips, King Features, Web Sites, Comments: 5 Comments relaunches in Web 2.0 fashion (UPDATED)

Dilbert creator Scott Adams has announced that has relaunched with a new design and a host of new features. Some of the features include allowing registered users the ability to rewrite the punch-lines and email them to friends. Readers can vote on the best submitted rewritten gags. The site has more animation provided by […]

Posted on: Apr 18, 2008,  Section: Web Sites, Comments: 6 Comments

Toby, Robot Satan makes leaps into newspapers

Corey Pandolph writes in with exciting news. His new feature, Toby, Robot Satan, which debuted on GoComics just two weeks ago, will now run in New York City and Boston Metro papers starting March 10th. The print run will start at the beginning of the story. Corey is the current cartoonist for The Elderberries comic […]

Posted on: Mar 5, 2008,  Section: Comic strips, Web Sites, Comments: 25 Comments

Mark Fiore’s web site gets revamped

Mark Fiore, one of the pioneering animated editorial cartoonists, has reworked his web site. The news site also offers a “Shout back” section which includes a toll-free number for those who wish to leave a message about a cartoon.

Posted on: Sep 10, 2007,  Section: Editorial cartooning, Web Sites, Comments: Comments Off on Mark Fiore’s web site gets revamped

Speed Bump Web Site Gets a New Design

I’m not sure when Dave Coverly redesigned his web site, but its sporting a new skin.

Posted on: Sep 10, 2007,  Section: Comic strips, Web Sites, Comments: 2 Comments

Liz and Anthony Get Own Section of Web Site

Lynn Johnston has added a new section to the web site (or what I’m now dubbing as the “Better/Worse Universe”) dedicated to the history of the Liz and Anthony’s relationship over the last 14 years. The section spans 7 pages and has a long sample of comics – ideal for someone wanting to get the […]

Posted on: Sep 7, 2007,  Section: Comic strips, Web Sites, Comments: 3 Comments

Lynn Johnston to Increase Her Content on the Web

A reader sent me the link to a CBC News interview with Lynn Johnston, creator of For Better or For Worse. It’s a typical interview with Lynn, but still a good read. A couple of items that I think qualifies for news is her intent to use her web site to post additional material regarding […]

Posted on: Aug 27, 2007,  Section: Comic strips, Web Sites, Comments: 1 Comment

Humorous Maximus is back up

Received an email from Dan Thompson announcing that Humorous Maximus is back up and serving out comics again. Participating cartoonists are getting their cartoons back onto the site, and Steve Canyon and Latigo are up and running as well.

Posted on: Jun 7, 2007,  Section: Cartoons, Web Sites, Comments: Comments Off on Humorous Maximus is back up