I have a friend who’s blind, and I knew he’d love Broodhollow, so I started describing it for him, which is, in this case, writing out the dialogue, action and other relevant details panel-by-panel. You’re welcome to use them if you’d like to make it accessible to other blind people (as far as I know, no webcomics are accessible at this point), but I have no intention of doing anything with them on my own, it’s just to make my friend happy.
I thought it was a great idea! Then I forgot to reply. But thanks to Liana’s work, all the Broodhollow comics are available in full-text form, for use by people who are either blind or have low vision. Thank you guys for spearheading this, and for giving Broodhollow an audience that wouldn’t otherwise have much access to it.
Burying the lede a little bit (although that’s an amazing burial), I am hosting her descriptive text at the official Broodhollow wiki, which at the moment is very much unpopulated. If you want to contribute, let me know via the link on the main page. I’m manually adding trusted editors, because once upon a time many years ago, I had a wonderful Starslip wiki that was first muddied by some vandals (a nuisance, but a hazard of having user-generated content), and then absolutely destroyed by spambots. That database lies on the bottom of my server ocean, never to be resurrected.
In an effort to make sure that doesn’t happen here, you can only become an editor if you ask! Thanks.