Sep 24th, 2013 Joss Whedon's New Big Thing. "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." (And will he survive it?) Webcomics "Stardrop" - Science fiction webcomic series by Cartoonist Mark Oakley, author of the Fantasy Graphic Novel series, "Thieves & Kings" and the science fiction webcomic series, "Jenny Mysterious"
emily A great documentary called Stripped just came out last week, about the transition between newspaper comic strips and webcomics. There are some great interviews in there, inclusing Bill Watterson (WHAT!). Find out more about it here, including how to watch it yourself! joey
And there it is, the first blow of the coming battle is struck, and it’s called foul right off. The way this came about was in telling the story, Charlotte got to this part and said: “…Axe Cop walks up with all his pals. And he says to them “you will never be evil again!
December 31, 2013As mentioned in late October, I did a piece for the Nelvana of the Northern Lights Kickstarter. Shouri provided the gorgeous colors. You can check it out here and here. See you in the new year! Cheers!
Friends: Lynn AllinghamJohn AllisonAmy AshDawn and Margie BeatonMarc BellSally BloodbathJohn CampbellScott CampbellRyan CarleyAnthony ClarkRebecca ClementsMelanie ColosimoDomitille CollardeyJillian Comeau, Kim Carson and Michelle SkeldingAaron DiazThe Doug Wright AwardsJess FinkEric FeursteinBrian FukushimaSarah GliddenMeredith GranLisa HanawaltDustin HarbinChristopher HastingsEmily Horne and Joey ComeauJimmie KilpatrickJon KlassenSteve LambkeHope LarsonJoe ListDavid MalkiPhil McAndrewCarolyn MerrimanCarly MonardoVicki NerinoAndre RichardRyan NorthRyan PequinNeil RoughJeffrey RowlandGabby SchulzSmart and BirdDeana SobelNathan StapleyHenry SvecMatthew TraffordJulia WertzBritt WilsonStephanie WeirathmuellerSteve WolfhardYou've Changed RecordsChip Zdarsky Good comic shops that have taught me a thing or two: The Beguiling, TorontoStrange Adventures, HalifaxLegends Comics and Books, VictoriaDesert Island, Brooklyn
garfield minus garfield Garfield Minus Garfield is a site dedicated to removing Garfield from the Garfield comic strips in order to reveal the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle. It is a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb. Buy the book!