The 2018 Ignatz Awards Winners and a roundup of the issues surrounding the 2018 Small Press Expo
The indie comics circuit is in high action mode this month, as the crowd moves over to Leed in the UK for Thought Bubble, the UK’s largest comic art festival. This year’s special attraction is Warren Ellis, making his first comics fest appearance in 10 years. According to the PR more than 500 creators from around the […]
Three new crowdfunding projects to wet your whistle this weekend.
Joff Winterhart’s Other People brings together two self-contained stories in the same volume, joined by common themes and similar characters, and also Winterhart’s mastery of intimate moments and the outward expression of personal and sometimes indefinable feelings. When it comes to full portrayals of realistically-rendered human beings, with all the subtleties and awkwardness contained in […]
Netflix has released a teaser for the new HILDA animated series, which debuts on September 21st. The streaming giant had an unexpected hit in picking up the adaptation of the indie comic THE END OF THE F*CKING WORLD, and now it’s returning to the well for HILDA, originally published by Nobrow. Ready for an adventure? […]
In small-town situations, it can be a challenge to live as an outlier. You might be able to separate yourself from the general networking involved in a community, but eventually, you will need something, and that will place you write in the center of the very thing you seek to avoid. You might want to […]
Europe Comics has carved out an interesting niche by releasing French and Belgian comics in ebook format to make them more available and affordable, and The Wolves of La Louviere is one of the companies finest achievements. Written and drawn by Belgian cartoonist Flore Balthazar, The Wolves of La Louviere mixes history and fictionalized biography […]
A Sci-Fi comics remixing Stanley Kubrick, Jack Kirby and Cheech & Chong in an eclectic comics collection.
Americans are made to be well aware that the big wide world is fraught with danger. Especially for Americans. When we hear about murders, abductions, and slavery of all types, it’s almost always in regard to an American being murdered or abducted or made into a slave. That’s part of the narrative we sustain for […]
Cassette tapes are one of those things. I don’t know if people who didn’t live decades of their life with cassette tapes as part of them can really gather what they mean to people over 40. I don’t even know an equivalent for those in their 20s now. They were physical media that you could […]