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1. Review: ‘Shadoweyes’ is a true transformative superhero

It’s a rare occasion that you can use words like sweet, thoughtful, and gentle to describe a science fiction superhero story taking place in a brutal, dystopian urban battleground, but thanks to Sophie Campbell’s Shadoweyes from Iron Circus Comics, that day has arrived. Set in a cluttered and decaying city of the future, Dranac, Campbell introduces […]

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2. MATT CHATS: Mike Norton on the End of Battlepug, Doing an Eisner Award-Winning Webcomic “Wrong”

82338030ca509bc4b88ceee582652825_xlI talked with Mike once before about Battlepug, and was happy to do it again following its recent grande finale. I asked him more about the process for his webcomic, how he feels about ending it and his Image series Revival. Read on to learn how Mike’s grown as an artist and his experiences concurrently drawing […]

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3. Weekend Reading: Operation: Pineapple Sparkle by François Vigneault

It’s been a heck of a week, so I’m just going to leave readers with some reading, as in webcomics or free to download comics that may help get us through the garbage fire of international politics we now live in. Operation: Pineapple Sparkle is a sponsored comic that was created by Area 1 Security, […]

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4. Homestuck ends its seven-year run with a nine-minute cartoon

Andrew Hussie’s Homestuck has been one of the most successful webcomics of the last decade, with thousands of ardent readers, cosplayers and fanatics, and, oh yeah, a $2.4 million Kickstarter for a companion game. The game, called Hivewarp, has been in development since then, however, and has yet to appear. The webcomic, which is highly […]

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5. Kickstarter is increasingly crucial to indie comics publishing

vines.2_lgComics publishing has hit a bit of a slowdown, as I've noted a few times, and Kickstarter seems to be picking up the slack for a lot of publishers. Comicker's Dave Acampo wrote a piece looking at this is mostly about his own Kickstarter for Comicker, but has some general observations and a pie chart of where the money goes prepared by Comicker publisher Sean Williams:

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6. Webcomics Alert: Downton Crabby by Rina Ayuyang — SPOILERS

Confession. I have never seen an episode of Downton Abbey in my life. But many of the rest of you have. So be warned, here there by spoilers in this new webcomic by Rina Ayuyang entitled Downton Crabby, a follow-up to her previous PghPolka. Like I said SPOILERs, but if you want, go to the rest of Rina's blog for recipes and more comics. MM, chestnut filled mochi!

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7. WEBCOMIC ALERT: Maps to the Suns by Sloane Leong

Sloane Leong, artist on From Under Mountains from Image and many other fine comics, is starting a new one, Maps to the Suns which is being serialized on Comics & Cola. It's billed as a "girls basketball drama" so sold right there. She discussed it with RJ Casey in an interview at TCJ:

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8. Some Hourly Comics 2016 collected: Cathy Johnson, Joe Decie, Tillie Walden and more

Monday, February 1 was Hourly Comic Day, where cartoonists challenge themselves to draw comics every…hour. The results are quotidian and charming slices of lives from around the world. The idea is credited to John Campbell (Pictures for Sad Children) and started back in 2006. Now some of the best cartoonists do them. Alex Jones already […]

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9. Webcomic alert: Albert Montey’s UNIVERSE #4 is out

At Panel Syndicate Albert Montey’s stylish SF tale continues: It’s been a long journey back from Taurus-77 but we’re finally here! And now the time has come to know all about their inhabitants, their customs, their cataclysm… UNIVERSE! #4 has less humans and more love, action, alien sex and earth shattering surprises than you can […]

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10. Black Comics Month: Princess LovePon by Shauna J Grant

Continuing our spotlight on Black Comics Month, by arrangement with site runner Miz Caramel Vixen, who wanted me to remind everyone that the #blackcomicsmonth tag and site run EVERY month and not just Black History Month. Normally the site spotlight creators twice a week but in February they do one a day. Today’s spotlight is […]

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11. Webcomics alert! Emily Carroll is back with “some other animal’s meat”

Holy cow, Emily Carroll is amazing. She’s just posted a new horror comic called some other animal’s meat and just click on over and read it and prepare to be squicked out. As with many of her comics, image and body horror are at the root, but it’s also creepy as hell. And Carroll has […]

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12. Webcomic Alert: “Sun” by Jed McGowan is a comic for a winter day

Los Angeles-based artist Jed McGowan specializes in what might be called wordless biological/geological/astrophysics comics. A niche but a good one. His previous efforts include the Xeric-winning Lone Pine , and webcomics on Voyager's journey through space, a volcanic eruption near Hawaii, and an eerie comic about interplanetary exploration.

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13. First Look: Jason Shiga Talks Immortality and Philosophy in DEMON

DEMONvol1RGBWe sit down for a chat with Jason Shiga about his existential mindbender, DEMON, and reveal the cover to First Second's collected edition of the series.

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14. Holiday Comics: Kate Beaton’s annual Christmas comics

It's becoming a tradition like plum pudding and A Christmas Story: Kate Beaton's annual comics about her family from her trip home for Christmas. I'm not sure how they're tagged but if you click around her Tumblr you'll see them all. Kate's family is no more odd or endearing than anyone's and that what's make these so universal. IF these don't give you that fuzzy holiday feeling, nothing will.

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15. Webcomic Alert: “Unnamed” videoo game/ superhero comic by Box Brown

Box Brown (Retrofit Comics, Andre" is serializing a new unnamed comic that deals with fantasy/superhero/video game elements as an unnamed hero deals with the tedium of grinding, and argues with another explorer over the life of crystal thieving. It's a few pages in, but another solid entry in the "magical kingdom" genre of indie comics. Jump on board!

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16. Webcomics Tuesday: Baseline Blvd. by Emi Gennis

Okay this one isn’t exactly fun, but it is powerful. Baseline Blvd is a story about grief and

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17. Webcomics Tuesday: George R. Binks by Tony Millionaire!

Back when Dark Horse published Star Wars comics, they had a book called Star Wars Tales, and from Star Wars Tales #20 back in 2004, here is the heartrending story of George R. Binks, Jar Jar's magic father. And only the great Tony Millionaire could do justice to this story.

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18. Webcomics Tuesday: Empowered by Adam Warren is being serialzed online FREE

Empowered isn’t for everyone…but it is for a LOT of people. Adam Warren’s pastiche on manga is billed as a “sexy superhero comedy” and that it is, but it’s also a long running story with a lot of heart and characterization that propel it far beyond mere cheesecake comics. And with nine volumes (!) in […]

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19. Webcomic Alert: Sacha Mardou’s “The State I’m In” at Mutha Magazine

mardou_lgMutha Magazine is an online journal that deals with issues surrounding motherhood. It has a regular comics section, edited by Meg Lemke, and she's put together some amazing work from cartoonists including Lauren Weinstein, Glynis Fawkes, Tyler Cohen and many more. Today a standout, Sacha MArdou's THE STATE I’M IN: A Birth Story in Comics, in which the expectant Mardou and her husband has to deal with the possibility that her child has Down Syndrome.

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20. MATT CHATS: NHOJ on Doing a Brand New Comic (Almost) Every Day

coverIrish cartoonist NHOJ (John Cullen) has been posting his Daily Comics for over 650 days at this point. They are often funny, sometimes poignant and always beautiful and entertaining. Here’s a look at his process. Fascinated by the kind of dedication such an effort takes, I asked NHOJ some questions about such topics as his […]

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21. Wait…WHAT?! Jason Shiga’s Next Book, From First Second

Shiga DemonJason Shiga, known for his multi-path comics such as Meanwhile, is scheduled to publish his next title, Demon, with First Second in October 2016. It say’s “Book 1” in the catalog, and given the description below, looks like it will run about six volumes. What’s the comic about? Well, from his patreon website: I’m currently creating […]

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22. MATT CHATS: Albert Monteys on Bringing His ‘Universe!’ to Panel Syndicate [EXCLUSIVE ART]

2015-11-18 16.11.04Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin and friends made a big splash with their digital-first, pay-what-you-want series The Private Eye. But they always intended for the publisher they created, Panel Syndicate, to house more than just their stories. The first and to date the only other work to appear on Panel Syndicate is Universe! from cartoonist […]

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23. Holiday Comics: Pucky’s Purrfect Christmas Tips by Georgia Dunn

BCN-puckyBreaking news! Breaking Cat News is back with a new holiday special! Pucky’s Purrfect Christmas Tips. The link is to the first chapter and then hit next to read the whole searing saga of how robber mice steal Buzzy Mouse and Puck becomes a creature of vengeance. Of course there are also special tips on how cats can "help" with Christmas that any feline owner will recognize and fear.

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24. Holiday Comics: Snow, Snow, Snow, Snow, SNOW! by Rina Ayuyang

As we’re all settling in for the holidays, here’s some holiday reading, courtesy of Rina Ayuyang. Snow, Snow, Snow, Snow, SNOW! refers to something we’re not seeing too much of here in the Northeast…the white stuff. The comic itself is a fond reminiscence of another holiday tradition: campy musicals. In you enjoyed that, here’s another […]

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25. Webcomics Tuesday begins with “Picnic”

breughal_lgIt's December 29th and most of you are on holiday or traveling around or sitting at your desk counting the minutes until you can leave. I'm in the middle group—traveling— and for those of you in the latter group, today were just posting some fine reading. The provenance of some of these is, um, hazy, but no judgements. Just entertainment!

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