Comic Jams are fun, but they take valuable time and effort that comic authors could be spending on their own projects, so I'll only be hosting one or two jams here at a time. For that reason, please do not post any thread starting a new jam unless you have asked me first (and I'm likely to say no). Any unsolicited threads starting jams here will be locked.
You can and are encouraged to post threads containing links to other jams and discuss them here if you like.
- The original 52-Pick-Up Jam: 54 panels, each based on one of the traditional playing cards. An ambitious goal that hasn't been reached yet.
- The Word of the Day Jam. 10 panel short story with each panel based on one word. An academic project started and organized by Spiderweb.
- Cat Garza's Future of Webcomics Jam: No rules, no time frame, no goal, no nuthin'! Just like it was back in the good ol' days.
- Chess Jam: Each panel represents one move in a chess game. Difficult long-form jam: length determined by the game.
- Invite Jam: Each participant determines and invites the artist for the next panel. Short-form jam: 10 to 12 panels?