Happy Holiday Webcomic LinkBlogging

Scott at Polite Dissent continues his yearly tradition of posting a new Christmas-themed comic cover every day for the month of December.

So does Dave Carter!

I’m sure David Gallaher and Steve Ellis are happy that their webcomic High Moon was the first winner of the Zuda monthly competition. (Odd phrasing from the editor, in a post no longer available: “even we did not know who was going to win it in the end.” Did they expect to know ahead of time who the winner would be?) Congratulations, guys! I hope this works out the best way possible for you.

3 Responses to “Happy Holiday Webcomic LinkBlogging”

  1. James Schee Says:

    Congrats to those two, High Moon combines 2 genres that aren’t my thing. Yet what I saw seemed well done.

    Good to see that my personal favorite Battlefield Babysitter will continue elsewhere though.

    Kind of interesting to see some of the sour grapes from a handful of the otherson their Zuda pages.

  2. Johanna Says:

    Oh noes! Webcomic drama! Seriously, I didn’t see anything particular terrible in the comments I quickly browsed. Seemed many of them felt that only comic could win and they were going to keep trying.

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