This week the team are joined by Michael Georgiou of Elemental Micah, to discuss plotting and story arcs. Link: wcp024.mp3 (39 minutes)
After several problems, including two episodes that failed to be recorded, The Webcomics Company returns with a new discussion on making best use of the Internet with your comic. Link: wcp023.mp3 (37 minutes)
This week, the Webcomics Company discuss the perils, pitfalls and advantages (I couldn’t think of a word beginning with ‘p’!) of advertising your webcomic. Link: wcp022.mp3 (35 minutes)
This week, with Matt Dyson absent due to an epic quest in the woods, the team discuss how to maintain an effective balance between work and webcomics.
This week, with Matt unable, the team answer some of your legal questions. With many thanks to Red of Meiosis and Stef of Sarah Zero for their questions. Link: wcp020.mp3 (49 minutes)
This week, following a series of hacker attacks across the webcomics community, the team discuss how to protect your website and what to do if you get hacked.
Convention season is upon us once again so this week the team discuss the recent UK Small Press Expo before moving on to general tactics and strategies for an effective convention presence. Link: wcp018.mp3 (39 minutes)
With the team expanding to five members from this week as Matt Dyson of Moo & Keo joins the party, the Webcomics Company is now able to call forth the power of Captain Webcomics! Or something. They decided however that this would be a power best kept in reserve until the planet really needs it. […]
This week the team is down one James Spence but they try to struggle on valiantly despite this setback, all the while discussing character design and creation methods. Link: wcp016.mp3 (34 minutes)
With James Spence being currently unavailable due to a fencing-related mission, the team rope in Matt Dyson to talk about how to craft a joke. Expect less puns than when they talked about colour schemes. Link: wcp015.mp3 (34 minutes)