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Drawn from sources all over the world…

  • Gizmodo has a piece about Monty Python and the benefits of giving away content for free.
  • The Beat asks What’s up with Nick Gurewich?
  • ComixTalk has an update to Project Wonderful. Tougher to get in and stay in.
  • The Webcomic Beacon episode 62 is about Hobbyists vs Professionalists.Brad Guigar posts a wrapup of his appearance at Harvard.
  • The Webcomic Overlook takes a gander at Femmegasm.
  • Xerexes has a draft of the 100 Greatest webcomics lists for Comedy and Drama.
  • Kris Straub talks about his re-branding of Starslip Crisis on
  • The lawsuit against Mike Peters has been dropped by the Columbian Coffee Growers Federation.
  • Video of Illustrator Charlene Chua doing her thing using Adobe Illustrator.
  • Boom! Studios launches a new blog called which is a how-to source for writing comics.
  • An interview with Goats creator Jon Rosenberg on CBR.
Reported by Michael Moss.

3 Responses to “Webcomic Wire – 1/27/09”

I always use Adobe illustrator at work because i work in an animation studio. this is really a serious tool for the graphic artist.:`;

Yeah, Illustrator is essential 🙂

i don’t know with other users but the new version of Adobe illustrator is a bit slower when it loads. “,`