Jamie Noguchi is a talented artist who has been creating his webcomic Yellow Peril for several years now. Some realistic, practical advice in this video: Continue reading Jamie Noguchi on how to build an audience
So yeah Warren Ellis has written a metric ton of comics, but only two prose novels: Crooked Little Vein and Gun Machine. Crooked Little Vein was a blast of weirdness, weird subcultures and hypnotic conspiracy building that if you had the stomach for was your favorite book that year. Gun Machine, relatively, feels far more straightforward. It’s still strapped to a framework of something deep … Continue reading Bookmark: Warren Ellis (Novels)
Dean Haspiel’s The Red Hook is another sharp strong blast of his romantic, Kirby-esque take on superheroes. Continue reading The Red Hook
After a couple of kind of boring challenge episodes Katie picks Abby and Tavis to head off to the elimination zone. Who will win? Who will talk the most smack back to Mike and Jerry?
Spoilers ahead! Continue reading “Strip Search Recap: Fast and Furious Five”
Okay I’m re-reading Mitch Clem’s Nothing Nice To Say and I want to link to almost every other one. Some of the more topical punk jokes seem obscure (they kind of were obscure when first published anyhow) and I never loved the ones where Mitch imagined his one or two readers angrily storming his drawing table BUT he hits a ton of targets across pop … Continue reading Rereading Nothing Nice To Say
Zach “Joe and Monkey” Miller’s first webcomic No Pants Tuesday seems to have disappeared from the web. Continue reading No Pants Tuesday? No Pants Forever!
I think this is about how 90 percent of life actually works. Continue reading Play Fast!
You know what webcomics is missing these days? Malicious unauthorized cross-over comics. I have no idea how accurate it is and it’s probably severely out of date but The Webcomic Cameo and Cross-over Archive should probably get wiki-ized. Continue reading That’s a Wrap
I’m re-reading Spike’s Templar, AZ and I just finished the first chapter. It really is a fantastic bit of story-telling; a complete in and of itself short story which ends on a nice grace note for mainly central character Ben. I remember at the time that myself and a lot of readers were surprised at the broad world-building route Spike took after this first chapter. … Continue reading Wish You Were Here In Templar, AZ