Cloudscape membership includes a wide variety of cartoonists, many of who are engaged in their own webcomics. Among the webcomics include the following two fantasy stories: Seraphim: Tales of Love & Courage by Anat. No Evil: A Tale of Faerie Madness by Emily. Take a look!
Local comic creators Troy Wilson and Caleb Hystad have made “A Tale of Two Pennies,” a fun 14-page comic posted in its entirety on the School Library Journal blog, “Good Comics for Kids.” Come take a look!
Jordyn Bochon, former Vancouverite and occasional Cloudscape contributor, has launched a fundraiser for her new project. The Terrible Death of Finnegan Strappe will be an ongoing comics series and Jordyn is raising the funds to print the first three issues. She says: “The Terrible Death of Finnegan Strappe is the […]
You will remember the daring woman warrior – mother – of -two from her appearance in our anthology “Funday Sunnies“, and now member and contributor Steve LeCouilliard is taking Una the Blade to her next project. LeCouilliard is currently posting a plethora of concept and design work on his Una […]
Here’s the latest thing that happened last week in Cloudscape webcomics: 1. A Mad-Tea Party by Jonathon Dalton. The New Youth decide their policy on nonhuman prisoners. 2. Teach English in Japan by Jeff Ellis and Jonathon Dalton. James starts teaching sooner than he expected.. 3. Wasted Talent by Angela […]
The latest news in Cloudscape webcomics: 1. Teach English in Japan by Jeff Ellis and Jonathan Dalton debates the Japanese work ethic. 2. Wasted Talent by Angela Melick shows how the riot in Vancouver gave a lot of buildings frowny faces. 3. In Ed’s R Us by Ed Appleby. Ed […]
Here’s the latest thing that happened last week in Cloudscape webcomics: 1. A Mad Tea Party by Jonathon Dalton, a bus’ path is disrupted by a political march. 2. Teaching English in Japan by Jeff Ellis and Jonathon Dalton, James gets more of a feel for Ricky’s teaching style. 3. […]
Once again, here’s what Cloudscape webcomics have been most recently been up to in this last week, in no particular order. 1. In Teaching English in Japan, by Jeff Ellis and Jonathan Dalton, James K tells the kids something about himself. 2. In Even in Arcadia, by Anise Shaw, a […]
Not surprisingly, many of the artists who have contributed to Cloudscape anthologies also have regular webcomics of their own. Many of these webcomics are linked to on the Cloudscape twitter box, but sometimes that’s easy to miss, so I’ve decided to include a weekly round-up, every Sunday or Monday, of […]
So me, Michael Park, and Ray Hsu walked into a bar… and we decided to make a graphic novel motion video collaboration! This comic is also available in the next 21 Journeys book, a experiment in storytelling and exploration in visual language, tone, mood, and the idea of a journey. […]