Introduction to Creating Webcomics [ COMIC ]

You know I love you guys. And I’m not bitter either. Actually, I’m quite pleased with the success that I’ve garnered from Dueling Analogs. But I am also a realist. That’s why I posted an article on Dueling Analogs a few months ago about the key to living off of your webcomic. I think it’s a good, quick read. Plus, make sure to check out the comments for it as well as a bunch of other webcomic folks chimed in with their opinions, too. Very informative.

The webcomic auction mentioned in the comic above has all procedes goes towards Child’s Play. Just thought you’d like to know. And thanks, Dave for contributing towards it. I know your donation will truly be appreciated.

Few other minor things. One, if you want to check out the only other previous webcomic auction comic it’s located here. Two, I find it funny that I still draw myself with long hair in the comic. It’s been almost a year and a half since I had it cut off. I guess it’s just part on the comic’s persona. And three, is what time in the morning it is and I am going to bed. Later!

Update: Just heard from Dave about his appearance in the comic. He said,

“Love the comic! Thanks again for the opportunity, helped some kids and for the intro to webcomics, haha! Hope to see you again next year at Connecticon.”

Glad he enjoyed it.


  • David

    You forgot to mention the part where no one visits your site or leaves a comment.

    • I visit a lot of webcomic sites. But it’s very unlikely for me to actually leave a comment anywhere besides my own.

      • David

        Not even for the ones that leave comments on yours?

  • PorkRoll

    For the amount of money he coughed up, the least you could of done is worn that strap-on for him.

  • Here, here!

  • Alex

    Only 7? XD

  • AmIATurtle

    no New Game Releases schedule this week?