August 15, 2014
Assembled, Zipped, Transferred And Downloaded: News From Digital
By Tom Spurgeon
* I hope as many of you that might potentially be interested are checking out Gabrielle Bell's July diary, as it rolls out on her site
. That's one of the great comics things of summer, for sure, and I look forward to it the way I used to look forward to Marvel's annuals. If there's any better take on exhausting social anxiety than comparing it to holding a bicycle over your head, I've yet to hear it.
* Brigid Alverson helps you find the free Archie stuff
* I get a lot of letters from creators that want me to just drive attention to their sites or comics, and I never know what to say to them. I'm appreciative that they think of this site, though, and understand their desire to see their work get out in front of as many people as possible. This is one site that was recently sent to me
, and it occurs to me that it does seem like a pretty standard old-school web site set-up, complete with a free issue download.
* this is a nice story
concerning Mark Waid accepting a San Diego pitch that his Thrillbent would then facilitate. That's a great idea PR-wise, too. Speaking of Thrillbent, here's Christina Blanch talking about The Damnation Of Charlie Wormwood
, which is doing that web to print transitional thing.
* finally, Pikitia Press has a new web site
posted 1:25 am PST
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