Today at Super Frat, it’s a new strip called Collegiate Rollercoaster.
And the Quote of the Day is from Joe Casey:
“The fact is, freelancers are treated “poorly” only when they open themselves up for that treatment. I’ve done it in the past, and hopefully I’ve learned my lessons. If a publisher offers you a shitty deal, don’t take it. After ten years of writing comics and getting my work out there… there’s no one project that’s make-or-break with me anymore. Sometimes people I work with don’t quite get that, and have tried to somehow hold me hostage by what they think is my own burning desire — that “I’ll do anything”-desire” — to see a project come to fruition. But I’m just not desperate like that, and I have no intention of bending over for anyone just to get any one project out there. “
And Dave Windett reminds us to help a girl named Kate.
Hey Factory Fans!
At Super Frat, it’s Twitter in Focus with Joss Whedon.
Visit Harold George’s Art Blog.
And the Quote of the Day is from Bill Willingham:
“Freedom is sloppy. But since tyranny’s the only guaranteed byproduct of those who insist on a perfect world, freedom will have to do.”
At Super Frat, it’s a new strip called Asskicking, the Final Frontier.
And the Quote of the Day is from Margaret Atwood:
“Reading and writing are connected. I learned to read very early so I could read the comics, which I then started to draw.“
Welcome Factory Fans!
Oh, so exciting to see a new webcomic premiere. The Antiwar Comic will be back, don’t fret. But it’s sure nice to have too many comics these days!
At Super Frat, check out Tony’s Media Podcast. You can ask me a question for the next one. Just leave it in the comments section there or here.
And the Quote of the Day is from Bill Watterson:
“True, comics are a popular art, and yes, I believe their primary obligation is to entertain, but comics can go beyond that, and when they do, they move from silliness to significance.”
J.Travis Smith was born some where in VA…sometime in the late 20th century. His early dreams,and aspirations were to become an astronaut/cowboy. He worked incredibly hard to achieve this goal…most of his early life…when alas…his young heart was crushed when he discovered the concepts of gravity,and oxygen. Always a precocious youngster he quickly decided to pursue more illustrious goals such as zombie wrangling,and folk thrash metal,but again only to find his heart broken by hitting a brick wall.
But it was then that he picked up something odd he found at a supermarket called a “comic book”. This weird,strange thing intrigued him.He read,and read all he could find until one day he thought the only thing better than reading comics is drawing them.He picked up a pencil…put it to paper,and hasn’t stopped yet.
He has been published by companies such as Grayhaven comics, Redleaf comics, and has worked with a number of note worthy writers including an Eagle award winner…and of course the Webcomic Factory.
He currently lives in WV with his dog who,despite his many shortcomings,”thinks he’s a pretty decent guy.”…direct quote.
At Super Frat, see your future from the psychic frat boy in Your Fratoscope.
Harold George has another installment of your Sunday, The Funnicks.
And the Quote of the Day is from Harrison Ford:
“I get mad when people call me an action movie star. Indiana Jones is an adventure film, a comic book, a fantasy.“
At Super Frat, it’s Ten Ways I’ll Spend the $600 Million If I Win.
And the Quote of the Day is from William Hogarth:
“All the world is competent to judge my pictures except those who are of my profession.“
Christian has a new installment of her webcomic, 20%.
Don’t forget to stop by and check out the Blog of the Rising Duck, Don Edwards’ blog.
At Super Frat, it’s Rewritten Headlines: Beckham to KFC.
And the Quote of the Day is from Brad Bird:
“We make films that we ourselves would want to see and then hope that other people would want to see it. If you try to analyze audiences or think there’s some sophisticated recipe for success, then I think you are doomed. You’re making it too complicated.“
At Super Frat, it’s a new strip called The Only Way to Save America.
And the Quote of the Day is from Alan Moore:
“Don’t leave home without your sword – your intellect.”