Random-y Randomness

This looks kinda cool. And weird.

I also like the look of two relatively-recent Portland-based diary comics (both of which could benefit from a dedicated website): Natalie Nourigat’s Between Gears and Emi Lenox’s EmiTown.

Meanwhile, blog entries have been popping up about last weekend’s Comics and Medicine conference. Check out accounts by John P, Brian F, and Sarah L, plus Phoebe G’s Facebook page. Not surprisingly, I look like a dork in all the pictures.

Discussion (6)¬

  1. itzaviv says:

    You have the link for Between Gears wrong, or something. It’s here – http://betweengears.blogspot.com/

  2. Mike L says:

    Also, the first link just brings up a page with the image you already posted. Was it meant to go to another site or comic?

    • Scott says:

      Yup. It linked to my own image instead of the comic. Oy.

      I must have been tired last night! Sorry about that. `•__•

  3. Brad Teare says:

    Hi Scott. I was wondering if you have made a study of the best way to present a comic on-line. I am preparing a comic for the web and am totally confused as to whether I should post via blogspot, wordpress, or some other way. I need to keep things simple as I want to focus on the art and story. Any ideas?