Throughout the process, content will remained [sic] creator-owned, with artists and writers free to leave at any time. "We see Top Shelf 2.0 as a laboratory for new ideas and new creators," Walton explained. "Any webcomic that gets an outstanding response will naturally suggest that we consider it for print publication, but in the meantime we're happy to give these creators and fans an opportunity to discover each other."
Keep an eye out for Aussies Jessica Mcleod and Edward J Grug III (Love Puppets). The full story by Laura Hudson is available on the Publishers Weekly website.