Pipedream Comics website named the webcomic I write, Adventures in Pulp, "Digital Comic of the Year 2015!"
You can read the announcement here:
First and foremost, I would like to thank all the fans
who threw their lot in with me and illustrator Matthew Childers and voted for Adventures in Pulp. I know it was a difficult choice
considering some of the tremendous talent (both established, like Alan Moore, and
the up-and-coming indy talent), amazing story variety and popular characters (has anyone heard of Batman and
the X-Men?) that were also in the running. I know it's a cliché to say
it but, just making the list, much less winning, is a huge honor.
I have to thank Alex Thomas. The support we have gotten this
year from Pipedream has been a true gift. As creators, we work away in
solitude, so the one-two-punch of the kind words from his great review
and the enthusiasm of Keith Callbeck and Chris Beck over at We Talk Comics Podcast back in
August really came at a great time and kept us going when we were on the verge of giving up. Putting us in *two* of their Top 10 of the Year lists (Pipedream also named us #5 of the best 30 comics in Comixology Submit) was the
icing on the cake. But now, to actually win, voted on by readers, on top of everything has
just left me shocked, thrilled and humbled.
It will definitely
put the pressure on us to keep the bar high In the coming year as we
veer from our weekly cliffhanger short stories to continue our "Flash
Gordon" homage with our long form epic, "Jigsaw World." We are only 26
pages into the 88 page story and I certainly hope the fans
continue to enjoy reading our particular brand of pulp adventure
storytelling as much as we enjoy producing it. Over the course of the
remaining story, we will see Dan, Cass and Stein face off with
zombie/alien plant creatures, fight the Dinosaur Men in an arena, battle a
giant spider, meet a race of bird-people from a city in the sky, and
introduce a race of insect-like cyborg creatures. In other words: loads of pulpy sci-fi fun, I hope everyone reading stops by and checks us out.