Nice Art: Cameron Stewart launches his new comic NIRO


Eisner winning artist Cameron Stewart recently rolled up his webcomic SIN TITULO and he’s back with NIRO, which has an extensive and spectacular preview. Cameron plans to sell chapters, Monkeybrain and Thrillbent style: I’m pleased to preview the first scene from my upcoming self-published comic NIRO.  I’m hard at work on it now and the […]

Who drew Google’s Brothers Grimm doodle?


For the 200th anniversary of the Brothers Grimm, Google has a pretty sweet doodle today that’s a wordless comic retelling the story of Little Red Riding Hood. It’s a very cute little illo; unfortunately the actual doodle doesn’t make the artist clear (one annoying thing about those Google doodles) but the above link says it’s […]

Image clarifies reprint policy and retailer incentives


After Image’s Jennifer De Guzman played bad cop, and publisher Eric Stephenson played good cop, Image has released a new set of guidelines to retailers about reprints that walks right down the middle. You can read the whole thing below, but it does offer some pretty significant incentives for retailers to order strong on certain […]

Obama meets young Spider-Man and surrenders


I know you all saw this picture yesterday of President Obama and a staffer’s child dressed as Spider-Man, but it is too cute not to pass along. The photo is by White House staff photographer Pete Souza, and he took it around last Halloween. The official Obama Twitter feed tweeted the picture today. As pointed […]

Christmas time is nigh!


We’re off for the beginning of our holidays today, and things should be slowing down considerably. We’ll be posting some art and whatnot, and some links to keep you busy in downtime, but we’re taking it easy for this one week of the year. In case you haven’t seen it, Kate Beaton has a lovely […]