Brad Guigar celebrates 10 years of webcomics

Yesterday, Evil Inc. creator Brad Guigar celebrated 10 years of doing webcomics. His first foray was a strip called Greystone Inn which ran for five-and-a-half years between 2000 and 2005. In addition to his current strip, Evil Inc. he also produces Courting Disaster. He was nominated for an Eisner in 2007 for a comic entitled Phables.

10 thoughts on “Brad Guigar celebrates 10 years of webcomics

  1. I like his work quite a bit. You can usually find him at conventions on the east coast and I buy his newest collections from him then. He’s good about collecting his work in print, which sadly perhaps, is the way I read most webcomics.

  2. Brad is one of the greats and a person I’m proud to call my brother. Congrats, dude on a decade of fighting for your dreams.

    The man can ink a figure. On more than one occasion I’ve run my fingers over a Brad Guigar inked sketch in a book to see if he drew that live or if it was printed.

  3. Congrats Brad. To say that your contribution to the relatively new world of webcomic is significant would be an understatement. The book by the halfpixel gang is a bible for webcomickers… keep on rocking! πŸ™‚

  4. Well done, Brad! I think Phables is especially well done.

    There was a time when he and I shared a cubicle wall, when we were both drawing locator maps for the Akron Beacon Journal.

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