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Comix Experience launches graphic novel club to offset wage hike
With the minimum wage in San Francisco increasing over the next three years to $15 an hour, Comix Experience owner Brian Hibbs anticipates his 24-year-old store will have to generate …
Comics A.M. | The changing demographics of comics industry
Comics | Almost half the attendees at this year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego were women, writes Yael Kohen in an article about the growing importance of women to the …
Comics A.M. | A nonprofit alternative for some publishers?
Publishing | Spurred by the GoFundMe campaign launched last week by Dan Vado to get SLG Publishing “back on its feet,” Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture author Rob …
Comics A.M. | Google granted patent for social media comics
Digital comics | Google was granted a patent this week for “Self-creation of comic strips in social networks and other communications,” which means the Internet giant apparently has patented a …
More on the saga of ‘Saga’s’ impressive sales performance
The arrival today of the second collection of Saga, the hit space opera by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, will be met with glee not only by readers following …
Comics A.M. | Comix Experience robbed; Wertham’s distortions
Crime | Comix Experience in San Francisco was robbed at gunpoint Friday afternoon, with two young men demanding that owner Brian Hibbs empty the cash register containing about $75 and …
Coloring Comics with Chris Sotomayor
Colorist Chris Sotomayor and Andy Schmidt of Comix Experience take CBR readers though a step-by-step look at the process behind computer coloring, from receiving the original inked art to the final, fully colored image.