The most humane creator in cartooning talks about his Comic Con experience, upcoming works, and Limp Bizkit.
In this week’s crowdfunding offering I humbly introduce you to a cartoon drawing tabletop game, a cinematic novel that takes you deep inside Norse mythology, and the second volume to the popular sci-fi fantasy series Hex11. Cartooner: A Comic Drawing Game Game designers Jason Thompson (VIZ manga editor) and Jumana (Jay) Al Hashal teamed up with concept […]
One of the most perplexing epistemological questions that enters the human mind is: “What’s next?” For those of us who try to derive some sort of meaning about our lives, thoughts about tomorrow (and the future, generally) are enough to elicit palpable feelings of anxiety and woe. When we think about the stages of our […]
It’s been a tough week for a lot of us right? Late nights at work, an endless spew of terrible news from Washington, and lots of added stress from the grind of life. Perhaps some of you were stuck in the horrible ice storm that chilled a big chunk of the US. There has to be […]
George Jurard is a versatile artist working in an indie spare-line style, often with soft, muted pastels and grey-tones in color choice. He’s currently working on a creator-owned web series, BEACON LIGHTS, for TRIP CITY, a series of “loosely interlocking stories that take place over the course of 200 years”. As you can tell, he’s […]