In the wake of the first exciting debate, I thought I’d share with you the best thing the election season influenced the internet. Funny man Rob Delaney loves to mess with presidential candidate Mitt Romney on twitter. The insanely talented Josh Mecouch draws a webcomic inspired by his tweets. Mecouch also publishes a webcomic every Monday at Formal Sweatpants:
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By Todd Allen Sean Howe’s book Marvel Comics, The Untold Story gets double-duty today on Grantland, the ESPN-spin-off webside fronted by Bill “Sports Guy” Simmons. The book is a warts and all history of Marvel and goes on sale on October 9th, so there may be a few more of these in the coming days as […]
This season’s latest and greatest from the House of Ideas! I’ve highlighted a few, but feel free to let us know what you like, dislike, or would like to see more of! — Marvel Avengers vs. X-Men John Romita, Jonathan Hickman, Matt Fraction, Jaso… FRONTLIST November 21, 2012, On Sale Date: 11/7 Ages 13 And […]
By Todd Allen The following photo is not a drawing. It’s a person.
By Steve Morris IDW announced today that the second story set in the universe of Chris Roberson and Rich Ellis’ Memorial series is to be released as a digital series via Comixology. And, hey, that starts today, with the first chapter up right now. One of the most entertaining fantasy stories of the last year, the […]
Or, basically, the ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Guy Interviews the ‘Homestuck’ Guy and explains it for those who find it somewhere between dubstep and Gangnam on the “things that are current” list. Homestuck is big and popular. Homestuck is about four 13-year-old internet friends trying to play a computer game that will either save or destroy the […]
By Hannah Means-Shannon The Ignatz Awards are known for their quick-fire pace and sense of humor but that doesn’t mean they downplay the often very personal extremes indie comics creators face in pursuit of publication. Jerzy Drozd acted as MC of the 2012 awards and crammed a lengthy shopping list of emotional highs and lows […]
The great illustrator’s poster for EXCALIBUR. More on Bob Peak. Via Grantbridge Street.
The battle is over and Batman won. Or so he thinks. Animation by James Lee. Via Cartoon Brew
Continuing on with their blockbuster “Artists Edition” line, IDW is getting even more exclusive with a new imprint called IDW Limited which will offer books direct to consumers with editions of as few as 10 copies. The line is launching with a special edition of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 1, Change Is Constant with […]