It’s been awhile since we posted anything about Zuda, DC’s ongoing webcomic contest, which is still chugging along. As Johanna points out, though, they aren’t getting quite as many views as they were in the beginning:
That was the fifth monthly competition. And apparently, the results are declining — this winner had 18,347 views and was marked a Favorite by 363. The original winner, High Moon, had 77,624 views and 456 Favorites. But that’s not surprising, as the newness wears off.
DC sent over a couple of updates, the first being that Pray for Death, which won the December Zuda contest, has now gone live on the site.
They also have a winner for March — the Black Cherry Bombshells:
But the Bombshells aren’t the only webcomic from the March competition to find a new home on the web … as it turns out, the fourth-place finisher Sam & Lilah is making the jump to the webcomic collective Act-I-Vate. If I remember right, Chris Daughtry also came in fourth on American Idol, so maybe it’s not such a bad place to be … especially when you end up in the same company as Dean Haspiel, Nick Bertozzi, Molly Crabapple, Dan Goldman and everyone else who has contribute to Act-I-Vate.