June 1st, 2007 | comics talk
(crossposted from Bad Signal, my daily email diary thing)
In reconfiguring The Engine message board, I’ve taken off the no-superhero rule. That’s less interesting to me than it was two years ago, and, as I move into other concerns, it only makes sense to let everyone have use of the place. It’s not backtracking, so much as not giving a fuck anymore…!
Moreover, I want my friends to be able to talk about all their work.
So if you’re a professional comics creator — and if you have to ask if you’re pro or not, you’re not — register on the Engine using your real name, and drop me a note at warrene @ aol.com with your Engine username so I can fix your access to the Creator’s Conference section, where only pros can post.
This goes for everyone in pro comics — we already have a large population of manga people, and, it turns out, a nascent TV star (heh).
Seriously, the Conference section is my favourite part of the Engine, and I’d love to see more pros there.
And for everyone else: only the pros can post there, but everyone can read it. The volume of new art and sketches by comics artists alone makes it worth the trip, like the monthly Covers thread.
Anyway. So long as you do comics, you’re welcome there.
(Cue Andrew The Host crying quietly over the traffic rush.)
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