This is one of the strips I'm working on. It's still in the development stage and I'm not ready to show it in public, but I'm making an exception with this one.
I think this speaks for itself. One thing that always puzzles me are those 20-somethings always blabbering about how newspapers will go extinct and how they're happy about it for some reason (I guess to them, anything that came along before their birth = evil). Guys? Grow up. Newspapers will stick around.
Yes, I realize that the industry is a mess now (especially the comics section), but so what? Movie theaters was in a pickle in the '50s and radios did, too. And the people in charge knew that, so they made some changes and 50 years later, movies and radios continue to be profitable mediums. What makes you think newspapers will go under because of changing times?
And don't get me started on webcomics. Fortunately, Corey Pandolph pretty much summed up my frustrations with webcomics in his blog.
And I'm not a fan of Zippy the Pinhead, but Bill Griffith makes a good point here, too.