Big Head Webcomics

Big Head Press has launched three long-form webcomics:

The Architect, by Mike Baron and Andie Tong (updates Wednesdays)

Roswell, Texas, by L. Neil Smith and Scott Bieser (updates Fridays)

The Hook, by Mike Baron and Gabe Eltaeb (updates Mondays)

Here’s more information on the story premises and creators. The comics are free, with the publisher making money from ads and the eventual collections. I haven’t seen enough yet to know whether I’ll keep reading the strips, but I like the business model and the clear layout of the site.

4 Responses to “Big Head Webcomics”

  1. Culpable y Perdedor » Mike Baron estrena (web)comics Says:

    […] El entrañable guionista de Nexus y títulos como Flash, algo de capa caída en los últimos años (de vez en cuando sale alguna cosilla suya en Dark Horse o Image) estrena no uno sino dos webcomics con Big Head Press. Está previsto que tanto The Hook como The Architect sean totalmente gratuitos, financiándose a través de recopilatorios en papel y publicidad. Otro caso de profesional de los de toda la vida que se ha adaptado a los tiempos… Vía Comics Worth Reading. […]

  2. Dan Coyle Says:

    I read Roswell, Texas and liked it, very odd alt-history premise. The Hook… not so much. It has to be see to be believed, though.

  3. James Schee Says:

    As a Texas native, I did find Roswell pretty interesting. Though I groaned at seeing those outfits again, yet thery were pretty popular around here when I was little.

  4. Comics Worth Reading Says:

    […] Big Head Press is running a contest. Andie Tong is offering one of his original art pages for THE ARCHITECT as a prize in a contest … Tong is previewing the inks for page 60 of the story at his blog. The story is a 70-page graphic novel being serialized on the BHP website. As of the contest announcement date, completed pages 1-14 have been released and are now viewable. […]




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