Wide World of Webcomics: Ethan and Malachai Nicolle on AXE COP

Created by a six-year-old and drawn by his 30-year-old brother, it’s the webcomic that’s taken the world by storm. Beginning a new series of interviews with some of the best webcomic creators online! Read the full interview (where I attempt to ask questions to a six-year-old) here!

Jason Youngbluth on WEAPON BROWN

Cartoonist Takes Classic Strips Into War With WEAPON BROWN By Zack Smith Some things are so wrong they’re right.  Consider the case of Weapon Brown. It is the future, after the Last War.  Across the apocalyptic landscape rides a lone figure known as “Chuck,” a single hair curled across his forehead, a tattered yellow shirt …

Scott Sava on THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES

Scott Sava – Taking a Dreamland Chronicles Tour By Zack Smith posted: 2008-08-01 10:33:00 ET   Scott Sava is living his comics dream…literally. His daily webcomic, The Dreamland Chronicles, has been an enormous online success, with an estimated 6,000,000 readers worldwide and 100,000 hits on the daily site. Now, it’s getting a major direct market …

Scott Kurtz on PvP, Part Four

 DECADE OF PVP IV: IMAGE AND THE FUTURE by Zack Smith Click here for Part One, here for Part Two and here for Part Three. Our look back at PvP’s decade-long history finally concludes with a special extra-length chat with creator Scott Kurtz, as he discusses what it’s been like working at Image, branching out …

Scott Kurtz on PvP, Part Three

by Zack Smith Click here for Part One, and here for Part Two. Our look back at PvP continues with creator Scott Kurtz offering his reminiscences on 10 years of snarky humor, good-hearted trolls, and the occasional panda attack. In this installment, Kurtz looks back at his time doing PvP as a comic through Dork …

Scott Kurtz on PvP, Part Two

A DECADE OF PVP II: THE UGO YEARS AND JADE by Zack Smith In celebration of PvP’s impending 10th anniversary, we’re talking with creator Scott Kurtz this week about his strip – how it evolved, both on-screen and off, and his personal journey through the last 10 years. Today, Kurtz talks about how he came …

Scott Kurtz on PvP, Part One

A DECADE OF PVP I: THE BEGINNINGS by Zack SmithFor what started out as an innocent online strip about video games, PvP (aka Player Vs. Player) has proven to be a groundbreaking work in comics. Not only is it a hugely-successful long-running creator-owned humor series, but it’s also one of the most successful webcomics ever. …

Nicholas Gurewitch on THE PERRY BIBLE FELLOWSHIP

NICHOLAS GUREWITCH ON THE PERRY BIBLE FELLOWSHIP by Zack Smith The Perry Bible Fellowship, named for a random church in Perry, Maine, has very little to do with the Bible. In fact, laughing at the strip’s outrageous dark comedy might make you worry that you’re going to Hell. The brainchild of 25-year-old Nicholas Gurewitch, the …