Comic Non-Sans: The Column in 2012

I’ve been writing this column for a while now.  It started as a look at individual webcomics and corresponding trends, then personal observations, then peeks at the business side of webcomicking, and now it’s become something of an odd mishmash of all of the above.

I’d love for this column to be helpful to our readers, but I’ve no idea if our audience is made up mostly of webcomic readers or creators.  So as I start sorting out my writing responsibilities for the new year, I’m curious — as a regular (I assume) reader, what would you like to see this section of the blog cover?  More specific comics?  More business/financial-angled stuff?  Or are you content with something as free-form as it’s been lately?

I still plan to cover conventions as I attend them, new projects from known creators, and — whenever possible — information on new artists who are coming up with innovative new presentations.  Those things won’t change.  But in between times, I’d love to hear what our readers would like to see this column become in the new year.  I look forward to reading your comments.

Posted on January 24, 2012 at 15:28 by Kara Dennison · Permalink
In: Columns, The Written Word, Webcomics, Webcomics