Brian K. Vaughan joins social media…teases new project

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Brian K. Vaughan has been the last holdout for social media (or at least the last holdout under the age of 50) but he broke down and joined Twitter the other day, promising promotional tweets along with controversial opinions. And also pictures of the upcoming Private Eye hardcover which looks….mwahhhh. Shh, let's keep this between […]

R. Sikoryak’s iTunes Terms and Conditions is the great graphic novel of our times

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R. Sikoryak is the talented cartoonist behind a bevy of conceptual comics that use the strictures of a particular style — say Charlie Brown and Peanuts, or Little Lulu — to retell classics of literature — say, Kafka’s Metamorphosis or Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. (Some of these were collected in Masterpiece Comics from D&Q a […]

31 Days of Halloween: “We Choose Our Friends Alone” by Chris Jones and Elaine Will

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Just in time for the spookiest season, here’s We Choose Our Friends Alone” : a short horror comics about a little girl who goes somewhere she shouldn’t written by Chris Jones and drawn by Elaine M Will. you can read it in two parts part one  part two  Will is the author of Look Straight […]

How To Make Crowdfunding Sustainable For Comics

Jimmy Palmiotti has been a prolific crowdfunder.

A little while back, Brian Hibbs wrote a piece involving the place of Kickstarters in the comics world that still seems to be making the rounds online.  It comes at it from the retailer angle, and as somebody who’s run a few Kickstarters, I have a few different thoughts about how crowdfunding fits into the […]