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By: James Robert Smith

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 03:03:49 +0000

Here's what can happen to former soldiers who dare to complain: They don't care if you "served" or not. The armed forces will turn against its own citizens and kill the shit out of them. "Protect my rights". Yeah. Right.

By: Zatoichi

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 00:03:43 +0000

Re: Iraq, Afghanistan, and other American Misadventures "Is the way we want to live worth someone else dying or suffering for?" - the Pinky Show

By: cat

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 16:33:24 +0000

that LADYKILLERS is a mighty fine lookin' book! the golden age project really sounds like a lot of fun. i'd love to be an editor for a group doing anthro comics or funny animals. i've really enjoyed watching the last two classes sweat their way through this annual assignment. can't wait to sneak a peek at all of the students' comics!

By: baldemarbyars

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 15:37:24 +0000

The Golden Age assignment at CCS sounds fascinating, and I'm wondering if it has replaced the team anthologies we did at the end of the Fall 2007 semester? Also, 24 students in 4 teams means 6 students per team per 32-page book. Is each student expected to write, draw, ink, scan, and color a story of their own? I'm thinking that the short deadline (for a *color* book, no less) provides some scope for inventive allocation of shared, simultaneous tasks---such as two people inking, two people scanning and doing digital clean-up, and two people coloring; then the two inkers doing imposition, etc. I suspect others may be curious about the mechanics of this amazing assignment which echoes (maybe) the assembly-line production of mainstream comics to a tight deadline. Hurrah for all involved!

By: Roger Green

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 14:55:19 +0000

I returned my draft card in May 1972. There's a story there.

By: Nomi

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 13:55:45 +0000

24 hours later those books are still a gorgeous sight to behold!