Posts tagged with "webcomic"

ReBoot Gets a Reboot – Rainmaker to Re-launch Mainframe

ReBoot Gets a Reboot – Rainmaker to Re-launch Mainframe
Are you ready to feel old? Well, don’t say you weren’t warned. It just so happens that next year marks the 20th anniversary of awesome, 1990s, internet-themed TV series ReBoot. You remember – the one that was fully computer animated before anyone really did that sort of thing? Yeah, you do. Amazingly, in honour of the occasion, the series’ Vancouver-based animation company Rainmaker has announced that it will be – aptly... 

Project Jikoku Chapter One Review

Project Jikoku Chapter One Review
Reading through the first chapter of Project Jikoku, the first webcomic from Lawrence Simpson (featuring art by Dawn Tabor), was a mixed experience. It has some quickly engaging and likeable characters, makes some good social commentary points about humanity and has both an interesting art style and well written and paced dialogue. But it is ultimately held back by its resistance to hint at the “real story”, or introduce its main character in... 

Interview with Jade Sarson – Creator of webcomic Café Suada

Interview with Jade Sarson – Creator of webcomic Café Suada
The Comic Village at the London MCM Expo has always been a place that collects so many talented and diverse artists in one place, each of them with a stand where they showcase their latest and greatest works for appreciation and purchase. One such artist is Jade Sarson, a talented illustrator based in Milton Keynes who among many other projects writes and illustrates the beautiful webcomic Café Suada. I managed to have a quick chat with her at the... 

Interview with Dean Haspiel

Interview with Dean Haspiel
In my time writing for this site, I have talked to and met some very interesting people; game developers, voice actors, and those involved in comics and manga. Recently at the MCM Expo in London, Namco Bandai and ShiftyLook brought a selection of highly talented comic book writers and artists to discuss their various webcomic series‘ based on old disused Namco Bandai properties. I was lucky enough to meet Dean Haspiel, artist for the fantastic... 

ShiftyLook Webcomic Panel with New Marv Wolfman Title

ShiftyLook Webcomic Panel with New Marv Wolfman Title
Yesterday at the London MCM Expo, Namco Bandai and ShiftyLook hosted a panel to discuss some of their current and upcoming webcomic series’. The panel was hosted by Marv Wolfman, Dean Haspiel, Ben McCool, Jim Zub, Matt Moylan and Dax Gordine. They started by talking about their main aims as a group. Their aim is to revive retro titles which are no longer in use, and to continue the stories that they started. Working with the entire Namco Bandai... 

Comic Village Guests at MCM Expo Birmingham Comic Con

Comic Village Guests at MCM Expo Birmingham Comic Con
The Comic Village at the MCM Expo Birmingham Comic Con at the NEC is gearing up to be one of the largest gatherings of comic artists and writers in the UK. Its aim is simple, to bring together comic creators of all styles, mediums and levels so they can show what they’ve been working on. Below you will find a list of the artists who will be attending, along with links to their sites and more information on them.             Naniiebim... 

Interview with Matt Myers From LeetStreet Boys

Interview with Matt Myers From LeetStreet Boys
Back in 2007, musician and self proclaimed otaku, Matt Myers began working on a track that encompassed his love of video games, anime, and conventions. Five years later and he is now the lead singer of the band Leetstreet Boys, whose references to otaku culture and brilliantly animated music videos have brought them to the world’s attention. With over a million views on their debut single on YouTube, their own web comic, and now a third album... 
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