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  • Human Trafficking: 27 million slaves, and counting!
    on Jan 12, 2010
    There are currently 27 million enslaved people worldwide today. That’s more than double the number of enslaved Africans during the years of trans-Atlantic slave trade. UNICEF estimates that 1.2 million children every year are sold into slavery, mos...
  • '7th Son Descent' and the 150,000 banner views"The president of the United States is dead. He was murdered in the morning sunlight by a four-year-old boy…"So begins 7th Son: Descent, the technothriller novel by J.C. Hutchins.As America reels from the bizarre presidential assassination committe...
  • Cartooning Tips: Shades and Shadows
    on Nov 12, 2009
    One of things most cartoon artists agree on is the importance of adding shades and shadows to their pictures.Not only does adding shade and shadow details to your drawing give it a more realistic look, but it also demonstrates that you have higher le...
  • Cartooning Tips: Writing For KidsWriting or illustrating for children can be a rewarding use of one’s creative powers.Apart from being undemanding of complicated plot twists and intricate drawing skills, children are simple souls who, even in the worst circumstances, glow at the s...
  • Twitter Questions: Should I UnFollow that Douche?
    on Nov 3, 2009 in tweets twitter
    So hey, Twitter is great for a lot of things; Advertising, Marketing, Promotion, Ramble-Rousing and just plain Hanging Out, be it with friends and or associates; the latter being exactly what I use my account for. How you use Twitter is entirely up t...
  • My Twitterati.Your Twitterati
    on Oct 26, 2009 in tweets webcomic ashton kutcher twitter
    It was surreal getting all that feedback on my rants about Twitter. It’s awesome that we all agree that Twitter is such a great tool for building communities and that the use of Twitter as a marketing tool makes it so invaluable. The latter of cour...
  • Black-Made WebcomicsWhile I’m not saying that they don’t exist, one of the first thing I noticed about webcomics was that it sure is harder to find a Latino or Black-made webcomic, much less one that is “popular”, than it is to find a white, Caucasian, “First...
  • Most Popular Webcomic Genres
    on Oct 18, 2009 in webcomic genres questions
    (Our recent comparison study (that we will now affectionately call ‘The Comparison Study’) that entailed our scouring the internet for the statistical facts of several webcomics established for 12 months or more, revealed the following data. Plea...
  • Who Reads Webcomics
    on Oct 14, 2009 in webcomic website
    If you are a webcomic creator, you’ve probably asked yourself or other webcomic authors this very question, and by now may have realized that surprisingly there are NOT a lot of resources on the internet that give it definitive answers.This informa...
  • Designing a Perfect Front Page for Your Webcomic - Part 2
    on Oct 13, 2009 in webcomic website
    Now that your comic (with a working navigational system just below it) is aptly positioned as the center piece of your site’s front page, you must consider how best to approach the equally important aspects of marketing, promoting and earning profi...
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