Hypercomics.net began years ago in the golden age of webcomic creation. Back then, in the primordial bubbling ooze of the internet, the site was dedicated to formalism and experimentation with comics in a digital environment.
Over the years it has been a portfolio, a collective showcase, and a group blog, all these incarnations followed the goal of raising the awareness of online storytelling and multiple-path narration.
This recent incarnation finds hypercomics.net working as a repository for the work of it’s founder, Neal Von Flue.
Neal has been making hypercomics intermittently for over 10 years. His work was used in “Webcomics – Tools and Techniques for the Digital Artist” by Steven Withrow and John Barber. He has a reputation for formalist work with a fine art sensibility and an emphasis on multiple-path narrations.
He currently works as a muralist, illustrator, fine artist and teacher in the Los Angeles area.