Guess who totally forgot to name check our most recent sponsor last Friday. If you guessed Tom Brazelton, you’d be right.
Everyone needs to drop their pencils and head over to Least I Could Do. It’s a great comic with sharp storytelling and fun art. Plus, for the fellahs… Babe of the Day! Rwar! They’re in the middle of a fun Halloween story right now. Check it out!
Also, don’t forget to visit our other sponsor Quad Boy Presents: Rants of a Madman. Quad Boy keeps churnin’ out the hits. You gotta check his site every day just to keep up with him!
I just wanted everyone to take a little time out to investigate our latest sponsor Digital Entertainment News – an excellent resource for all things video game related. Reviews, interviews, news – these guys have it all. You won’t believe how much content these guys have crammed into their site. They’re constantly updating and it’s ALL. GREAT. STUFF. Please pay them a visit and let them know we think they’re awesome.
Speaking of awesome – YOU GUYS are awesome! Your votes have landed Theater Hopper in the Top 10 over at buzzComix and I couldn’t be happier! Keep up the great work! I really appreciate your support. Be on the lookout for new incentive artwork soon!
By the by, everyone should make a point to stop by Split Reason, our latest advertiser. They sell all kind of cool clothes for the gamer within!
I really have my eye on that Hammer and Sickle hat!
Yea, I know. Lame pun. 40 lashes with a wet noodle for me.
Check out the comic, though. It’s much funnier than my lame attempt at promoting them!
Wow, I tell you guys that I have some advertising space open and you come a’running! Please, please, please check out our latest sponsor. I promise they won’t disapoint.
Wacky Movies is pretty much that. An interesting collection of short films, writing and an internet chat show. Lots of interesting stuff to see here. I got a kick out of The Playground Patrol.
Our next sponsor should need no introduction, but I’m breakin’ all the rules, baby! Joe and Monkey! Zach Miller (formerly of No Pants Tuesday) has been kicking ass and taking names with his new comic. He updates seven days a week, people! And he hasn’t missed a day yet! If that doesn’t earn your faith and devotion, I don’t know what will.
Lastly, don’t forget to check out O’Deer Comics. These guys are frequent advertisers on the site and we love their business. Show them how much we appreciate their support by visiting their web comic often. They update five times a week and have a really good storyline going on right now.
That’s about everything I can think of for the moment. Please visit our sponsors!
Before I get too far away from the computer, I wanted to take a moment to point out our newest advertiser Awake the Witch. It’s a really cool online specialty store that sells all kind of authentic Pagan accessories.
I don’t want to trivialize things by suggesting that you could pick something up for Halloween, but it IS that time of year. If I’m wrong for pointing that out, just send me an e-mail. Don’t curse my first born, or anything. ;D
Syntax Error has recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. For a comic rendered wholly in 3-D, that’s quite an accomplishment! I love Syntax Error. The character models are great and the writing is consistently sharp. The personalities of the characters really shine and I love reading it.
Suzie View is another great comic. You might have heard the news a couple of months ago that Tauhid Bondia (Spells and Whistles) and Erik McCurdy (It’s All Been Done) joint project took a step closer to print syndication when Comics.com picked them up and put them on their site.
What you might not know is that Comics.com is owned by United Media, one of the largest syndicates in the United States. Suzie View has reached a critical juncture in its ascension. If Tauhid and Erik can bring more people to the site and raise their traffic, there is a good possibility that United Media will renew their contract with FULL PRINT DISTRIBUTION!
This would be a major accomplishment in the world of web comics. Tauhid and Erik’s creation would be one of the very few comics to make the leap from digital to print and it would lend great credibility to the medium as a whole.
Please support Suize View and revel in the adventures of a precocious little girl who loves to make independent movies. The comic makes great references to the world of cinema. Anyone who likes Theater Hopper should LOVE Suzie View.
Hey, kids! It’s that time again! Time to visit the latest Theater Hopper sponsor!
NJFILMCORE is an awesome site full of crazy independent movies. They’ve got movies about everything from superheroes, to monsters to robots and they’re funny as hell to boot! How can you go wrong.
Also, be sure to check out Theater Hopper favorite Ryan Sais’ new web comic. Actually, it’s more of a comic blog. Ryan used to do a comic called Urban Transmissions that he had to discontinue because he couldn’t keep up with the site maintenance. Now, through the power of Blogger, Ryan is giving us more of his unique perspective almost daily! Check it out!
Also a big shout out to JDizzle Comics, our latest sponsor. JDizzle was off the scene for a while this summer, but is back and better than ever with a brand new web site. Check it out!
You may have noticed that we have a new sponsor this week – the awesome Joe and Monkey.
Now, normally this would be cause to celebrate all on it’s own. But our good friend Zach Miller pulled a bait-and-switch on us. A very awesome bait-and-switch!
For the entire month of January, the erstwhile original punk rock gangsta of web comics Mitch Clem is running the show at Joe and Monkey!
All of this awesomeness is leading up to the ultimate in awesome. The return of Clem to his own full-time gig, The Coffee Achievers in February. Who says winter has to suck!
So if you want to see if Mitch still has the mojo, check out Joe and Monkey for his triumphant return to web comics!
By the by, besides the current column sponsorship, all of the advertising spots are available for purchase. If you’re interested in putting your site in front of a bunch of people for the New Year, now’s the time to come aboard. I’m making a concentrated effort to re-introduce Theater Hopper to the web comic community, so I’ll be stirring up a lot of press that will hopefully draw traffic here.