I’m throwing this out there for discussion, because my article suggesting a Buster comic revival has stirred up some interesting comment yesterday. A lot of people, for example, suggested “Summer Specials” as an alternative to a new regular comic. The problem with the reviving the traditional “comic specials” today is that, as I understand it, the newsagentsContinue reading Creating Comics: Are There Better Ways to Reach Your Readers Than Through WHSmith?
The guest for the Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 58 is the man behind the mighty Moose Kid Comics, Jamie Smart. As we reported just recently, a new issue of the brilliant digital comic for kids (of all ages) is out now, totally free, but this isn’t the only project he’s working on. In fact we thinkContinue reading Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 58: Jamie Smart
Moose Kid Comics, the free online children’s comic, is releasing its third annual instalment! Featuring 36 artists, spread across 36 full colours pages, it’s available to read online or download from www.moosekidcomics.com. In our third issue you’ll find the titular Moose Kid worrying about his looks, and asking an inept wizard for help! Plus, there’s space robots,Continue reading Three-mendous! New issue of Moose Kid Comics released
Moose Kid Comics, the free online children’s comic, has released a special festive mini-issue, featuring the work of 28 of the best comic artists working today – hoping the new free digital issue will encourage people to back a great project to bring comics to kids in hospitals. The 16-page, full-colour special features idiotic elves, tormented Santas, snowballContinue reading Moose Kid Comics releases special Christmas issue to help raise funds for hospital comics project
It’s live! Moose Kid Comics Issue 2, filled with yet more amazing all-ages comics, has just been launched on an unsuspecting internet by editor and publisher Jamie Smart – and it’s just as packed with great comic strips from a huge range of creators as last year’s first issue. Moose Kid Comics launched their firstContinue reading Moose Kids, the free humour e-comic for kids (of all ages) is back!