For those that didn’t know what it was, Two Cents in 60 Seconds was a 60 second webcomic review podcast that ran for the majority of 2007. You could consider this a sorta of “proto” Webcomic Beacon podcast.
Comic Creators for Freedom is an organization set up by creatives Lora Innes and Crystal Yates, and has been running for a few years. Joined by other creatives to create art, awareness, and fundraise monies to help victims of human trafficking.
For those that don’t know, WebcomicZ had become a property of Fesworks, LLC and combined with The Webcast Beacon Network. I am now see if others may have a better, investing idea for the website, and would like to work on, or partner, to make it better.
Let’s talk about a certain class of story. A story where there is a protagonist aka hero and antagonist aka villain. Where the story is told from a single perspective of following the conflict between the hero and the villain.
Last week I promised you a solution to the struggles of the comic book industry in trying to transition to the digital world. I though I had a solution but upon closer investigation I realized there was some flaws in my plan.
Let’s consider for a moment buggy whip and carriage wheel manufacturers. These are the two poster industries for what happens when there is a revolution brought on by technology.