Super Frat & The Webcomic Factory : Tony DiGerolamo is our guest !
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Super Frat & The Webcomic Factory : Tony DiGerolamo is our guest !

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At Thanksgiving or at Christmas, you can count on Tony DiGerolamo ! In fact, you can count on the guy everyday to get fresh comics !

Well known for his work on the Bart Simpson comics, Tony DiGerolamo is a veteran comic book writer but also the forever young founder of The Wecomic Factory and creator of Super Frat.

Knock Knock ! Come in Tony !

Hi Tony, welcome on Art Of Webcomics !
– Where do you come from ?
New Jersey
– How old are you ? ( tell it or not !)
– Influences ?
Hunter S. Thompson, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr, William Goldman
– Art school or not ?
– Favorite digital art software ?
– Your working method ?
I like to write the ending and work my way back.

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– What your webcomic is about, in a symbolic way, the hidden sense ?
Super Frat, which was my first webcomic, is like Animal House meets the Justice League.

The Webcomic Factory has more than two dozen projects of a variety of genres. It’s a high end webcomic hub.

Super Frat is drawn by Chris Moreno and The Webcomic Factory was co-founded by Christian Beranek who writes some of the comics with me.
– Tell us more about your main character, the hero !
The bros at Super Frat all have superpowers except one. Norm left the frat house on a beer run when the meteor hit, so he has no superpowers. All the other bros have a classic superpower, but they use it in the most irresponsible ways possible. At The Webcomic Factory, we do everything from gag-a-day strips about relationships, kids, politics, sports, freelancing or whatever. We also do narrative comics that are sci-fi, fantasy, horror— Whatever we can think of. One strip is about my days as a pizza delivery driver. As a writer, I end up basing a lot of characters on different aspects of my life.
– How do you see your future ?
Well, as for the sites, I continue to develop new projects with Christian and artists from around the world. Outside of webcomics, I’m currently working on serialized fiction. It’s a series of novellas I’ll be launching in 2019.
– Your next goal ?
We’re always looking for artists, so my next goal is to get some of our old comics back online with new artists or just launch some new ones. With the vast volume of material on the site, we’re always looking at new ways to monetize it.
– Advices for beginners ?

In the world of webcomics, consistency is key. Post on a regular basis, don’t just do it randomly. Start small and move up from there.

You can always post more when you feel you’re ready. Also, read webcomics. Get to know what’s out there so you can create something that’s unique. I think too many creators end up “reinventing the wheel” in their comic. The attention span of the Internet is short, but it’s not that short. Come up with a fresh angle.
– Your technical secret trick ?
As a writer, most of tricks are in the scripting. But over the years, I’ve gotten pretty good at cutting and pasting things when need be.
– Favorite quote ?
If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter. (George Washington)
– Your social links and website ?
Super Frat is at, The Webcomic Factory is at
and?@WebcomicFactory on Twitter.

Thanks a lot to Tony DiGerolamo and Co !

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