This month I had the honor to review one-shot horror comic Cold Blooded, written and edited by Bradley Golden, penciled by Andrey Lunatik, inked and colored by Mickey Clausen, lettered by Hector Negrete, cover by Helmut Rancho, and variant cover by Oscar Pinto. Though not a comic for everyone, the art and tone offer a very unsettling read perfect for the genre.
This week I had the immense honor to check out Continental Kings: #01 – Off With A Bang! Created by Isai Oviedo, the comic has some fantastic art but is hurt somewhat by several writing issues.
This month I had the privilege to check out The Sisters by Peter Violini and Brian L. Richmond. Though the story has a lot of interesting facets and creativity, there are a few areas where some improvements could be made.
Are you a fan of slice-of-life stories with some character drama sprinkled on top? If you answered yes, you will adore Radio Silence by Vanessa Stefaniuk. The comic not only has a fantastic set of characters, but a unique and energetic story to tell as well.
As I explained on Wednesday, at the end of June I conducted a survey through Comic Tea Party to assess reader habits for webcomics/indie comics. I went over the results for the first ten questions in that post, so if you missed out, check in on it.
In this post, I would like to do two things. First off, I’m going to discuss the optional question 11 which many participants did fill in and that I have aggregated to the best of my ability. Second, I am going to discuss my own thoughts on the results of the survey as well as some areas where there is room for error. Of course, if you don’t care about my thoughts, you are highly welcome to skip them and draw your own conclusions.
For those who don’t know, I am the host of a weekly, webcomic book club known as Comic Tea Party. At the end of June, through Comic Tea Party, I surveyed webcomic/indie comic readers and gathered data on their reading habits. This included questions about reading frequency and how they interacted with the comics they read. The survey received 188 responses, and today I would like to go through the data and share what we have learned with the survey.
Note: This survey had 10 required questions and 1 optional question. This post will seek to only aggregate the data for the first 10. Question 11, which was the optional fill-in, will be aggregated in Part 2.