Mike Rhode profiles Steve Conley

From Mike Rhode writing for Washington City Paper:

As Steve Conley notes, he’s done it all. He started with a science fiction Web comic (before they were called that), moved it into a comic book, switched to doing an online political comic strip, drew a few licensed comic books including an excellent Star Trek series, and now he’s relaunching Bloop, a little green alien he invented for the Web. But what makes Conley particularly interesting is that these have all been good. I’m particularly fond of his Socks & Barney episodes in which George W. Bush meets God, fond enough to have bought the originals from him. In between all of this, he also was one of the founders of Comicon.com, one of the web’s first big comics news and information sites.