Blog! Thoughts, news, reviews, and interviews.

12

Feb 2017

The Review Daemon: Min’s Struggles

Posted by / in Reviews / 1 comment

Woohoo, new review!

Today’s requested crit review is on Min’s Struggles, by Min Roh. We’re finally catching up on our backlog, so good thing I just opened it up and added another 20 or so ;)

I’ve been enjoying having guest reviewers for different perspectives, so let me know if that’s something that you’ dbe interested in doing too XD

 

Please select the social network you want to share this page with:

02

Dec 2016

Google Analytics for Webcomics: Part 3 – Excluding Specific Spammers and “Secret.Google.com” Language Spam

Posted by / in Blog / 7 comments

Alright, time for a follow up to my previous tutorial about removing “Ghost Spam” from your google analytics. This time we’ll talk about excluding specific spammers from your analytics, as well as the very recent phenomena of spammers spoofing google’s referral magic and setting the language to a weird url.

Please select the social network you want to share this page with:

13

Oct 2016

Why I Read: Skullkickers

Posted by / in Reviews / 1 comment

Heyo! Dan here. Recently I was reviewing our Links page and the lists of comics I am reading or have read, and decided to shine a spotlight on an excellent webcomic that reached its conclusion recently, Skullkickers.  The story is by Jim Zub (who also has an amazing webcomic craft tutorials site), with Line art by Edwin Huang, Colors by Misty Coats, and Lettering by Marshall Dillon. Throughout the course of the comic, other team members assisted the core team, like colorist Mike Luckas and others. Too many to list them all individually, but that’s why you’re going to go to their site and read it! XD

Please select the social network you want to share this page with: