What about OEL webcomics that are also published in print form and/or are backed by an online webcomic hoster that operates as a publisher?
For instance, MangaMagazine allows anyone to upload webcomics, but they have a premium OEL manga section where only the top and most popular series are allowed. The artists and writers of premium series have an option of selling prints online on places like Amazon and/or in their own store and are being payed for their works [they have deadlines too and operate somewhat like Naver]. They're generally pretty high quality and even fit published manga standards [artists such as DED or Shilin, just to name a few]. Just wondering...
Also, thanks for clearing up this thing about webcomic links. I've added a couple links to original webcomics before and they've all been mysteriously removed for unknown reasons. It just made me really angry, since it's hard to prove that some series, such as :REverSAL
, are actually webcomics without giving the actual links. :/