Who's doing neat stuff with the web and comics?
May 27, 2009 8:57 AM Subscribe
Most comics on the web seem to be just scanned in print comics or the equivalent of same. Can you point me to any web comics that are making use of web/internet technology to make the comics reading experience different from print comics?
No need to mention Scott McCloud.
posted by Brandon Blatcher to Media & Arts (22 answers total) 14 users marked this as a favorite
For instance, all the web comics I've seen are essentially just one gif or jpeg per page. Are there any web comics that are putting each panel of a page in a div and layering them via css for dramatic effect? Are any using selectable web text in their word balloons instead of hand or computer done lettering that is just part of the art? Stuff like this, which incorporate aspects of the web to make comics, is what I'm looking for.