- Posted by Johanna on August 1, 2009 at 10:14 am
- Category: Digital and Webcomics
Looks like I was premature in assuming Girlamatic was gone.
New editor D.C. McQueen presides over a redesign and relaunch as a community-driven site — they’re calling it an “internet-based, webcomics magazine” — with the comics for free and a podcast, a blog about dolls, and a review column added. (Contributors used to receive a share of subscription fees; now they’ll get part of the ad revenue, according to this McQueen interview about the relaunch.)
I’m glad to see them trying something new with the brand, but it’s still early days. I have yet to see anything that really sets them apart, but I think that will come over time, as their feature contributors develop and present their voices and we see what comics continue and join.