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The Weekend, And Hiatus Is In The Air

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 21:00:08 +0000

This is the official notice that there will be only a few postings next week, and most likely none the week after; I’ll be going dark to accommodate my travel to beautiful Juneau, Alaska, for the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con (Saturday, 28 April) and the Comics Camp that follows immediately thereunto. A murdersworth of amazing creators […]

Fleen Book Corner: Be Prepared

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 19:31:35 +0000

The last time Vera Brosgol wrote a graphic novel, I had this to say: I could go on for another 1000 words and still not address these adequately, so let’s just finish up with the facts: Anya’s Ghost goes on sale on 7 June. It is 224 pages long, was written and drawn by Vera […]

In Your Copious Free Time

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 20:53:15 +0000

John Keogh has been one of the most detailed (and simultaneously disturbing) webcomickers ever since the days of Lucid TV (which now exists only in the memories of those that followed the adventures in Jim Belushi Memorial Hospital). Every once in a while he pops up with an insanely detailed poster or album cover or […]

Because It’s Never Too Early To Start Planning

Tue, 17 Apr 2018 19:37:25 +0000

This was going to be a post about the megathread that David Malki ! did on Twitter end of last week, about the benefits of incorporation for self-employed types come tax time. Of course, end of last week was too late for anybody to get in on the tax benefits for this year’s filings, but […]

Hey. You. You’re Doing Okay.

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 19:31:41 +0000

Today’s post is brought to you by the idea that it’s gonna be okay. There is so much hate and stupidity in the world, but on Saturday I met a six week old kid that was absolutely adorable while I was riding in an elevator and he doesn’t know that there is all that hate […]

Friday Roundup

Fri, 13 Apr 2018 19:02:04 +0000

Friday. Friday! And one where it appears Spring may finally be here, no take-backs, at long last, and you know what that means. Mailbag roundup! Jim Zub, I’m of the opinion, can write any kind of comic story he sets his mind to. We’re nearing the wrap-up of the big, months-long, weekly Avengers story he […]

Welcome Return, New Directions

Thu, 12 Apr 2018 21:09:30 +0000

It’s always nice to see new stuff from people. Nice, I tell you! One of the nicest, happiest, sunniest bodies of work in all of webcomics is that of Scott C — everything he does has smiles. It doesn’t matter how dark the subject, it turns into a visit to the Mr Rogers version in […]

It’s Like Saturday In San Diego In Here

Wed, 11 Apr 2018 21:02:21 +0000

Okay, it was Saturday, but Hell’s Kitchen by the Intrepid in a early April is a far cry from SDCC. Mark Siegel of :01 Books was the one that drew the comparison (at least, I think that’s what he said; as I’ve mentioned previously, he is a soft-spoken man and it was noisy), and he’d […]

Comics Includes Everybody

Tue, 10 Apr 2018 21:41:35 +0000

Everybody loves comics. Everybody can make comics, to whatever degree they feel they can either produce words + pictures themselves, or to find somebody that can help them. Case in point, right near the first floor entrance of MoCCA Fest, acclaimed actor, playwright, monologuist, and Eisner nominee John Leguizamo had a table, talkin’ comics and […]

Equal Parts Exhilarating And Traumatizing

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 19:26:41 +0000

That was :01 Books executive editor Callista Brill on working with … well, I’ll tell you some day. It was pretty damn hilarious at the time. The time being the 2018 MoCCA Festival, where many things happened. I’m going to discuss them in no particular order, as befits my state of mind when overwhelmed by […]