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Review 4. Oct 14, 2013
15 Minutes of Fame Comic Review for Web-comics Wednesday, Super-comic Saturday, and Mega-comic Monday Reviews
Welcome to Web-Comic Wednesday, Super-Comic Saturday, and Mega-comic Monday Reviews! Review blogs are incredibly popular, and comics are a near infinite source free illustrated fiction books to review. Each comic we review is the winner of the “FH7 Web-comic Weekly Winner Award”, and the author can feel free to post “Award Winning” on their comic. My Technorati rating this week is 36303 (up from its lowest popularity rating of 40878) at Frozen History Seven Publishing out of about 3 million entertainment review blogs. It is listed here: technorati.com It is getting to be a big deal in book promotional blogs even if it is still at hobby status.
Name of Comic: 15 Minutes of Fame
Grade: So far so good **** four out of five stars.
Location of Comic: http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/15_minutes_of_fame/5082249/
Username of Creator: Poul
How I Found It: The Duck Webcomics
Major Themes: Fantasy and Gaming
Days of Update: No Days
Will it Continue: Outlook Very Bad
Reviews: This week’s Mega Comic Monday Review is the online comic “15 Minutes of Fame”. I am a big Andy Warhol fan from back in the day, and “15 Minutes of Fame” was a big catch phrase to him. So the name caught my eye at once.
It is posted at The Duck web-comics. The big news here being Yay! It’s back online! The server was down for a VERY long while. I had comics posted there that I had NOT cross posted other places. I was liking posting there. Allan Moore himself recommends it as one of the best sites for making your own comic at E-How. So why did it go down? Their Facebook had a great deal of melodrama and gossip posted to it constantly. Heaven knows that they showed enough advertisements on there to be making money. Yet part of it was that content was switching greatly to their new DeviantArt forum. That stayed going in the shut down, and is still going strong.
So I picked “15 Minutes of Fame” to review this week, because it is very much the sort of strange thing you see on The Duck. To celebrate the forum’s return to life. It is an odd side project of the Pirate and Ninja comic of several other online series like “Another Civil War Comic T Fantasy |15 pages |last: July 6 2011 |0 likes There will be pirates. There will be ninjas. There will be Civil War once again on Drunk Duck! … By the way: Hi! I’m Poul!” This non-American born individual writes English well for a non-native. He is self described here: “Hey! Wellcome to my Drunk Duck profile. I want to apologize for all spelling errors in the profile text. My English spelling SUCKS. I’m a 17 year old guy from Denmark. My birthday is the 14 august. As you might can gess I love comic’s. I’m a huge fan of the Drunk Duck Civil War (I’m with Riot).”
So that is part of the big fun with The Duck web-comics. Any comic can be there, and I do mean any comic! You do not need to speak English, you do not need to have super money, you do not even need to give your drawings words. It is a truly liberated art forum that I missed in its absence.