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The webcomics documentary that’s actually about the funny pages
The mission statement for Stripped!, a documentary by Dave Kellett (Sheldon) and Frederick Schroeder, is about forging a common history between webcomics and newspaper funnies. Not comic books, interestingly. I …
Kickstart My Art | Ryan North’s chooseable-path version of Hamlet
Ryan North’s (Dinosaur Comics, Adventure Time) Kickstarter for his illustrated prose book, To Be or Not To Be is way past being fully funded with 24 days still to go, so this …
North, Malki, Bennardo preparing second Machine of Death
Webcomics creators Ryan North and David Malki, along with writer Matthew Bennardo, spearheaded a prose anthology called Machine of Death, where each short story centered on a machine that told …
Comics A.M. | C2E2 attendance rises; Borders closing 28 more stores
Conventions | Early estimates place attendance three-day attendance at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo at 34,000, up from 27,500 at last year’s inaugural event. “Last year was disappointing,” said Eric …
Ragtag group of webcomickers pwns Glenn Beck
Machine of Death is an anthology of speculative short stories about people who know how (but not when) they are going to die. The book is edited by Ryan North, …
Talking Comics with Tim: David Malki !
It’s damn hard to make me laugh, but I did laugh last month when I looked at Robot 6’s exclusive preview of David Malki !’s (yep there’s an exclamation point …
Dark Horse Titles On Sale March 24, 2010
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale March 24, including the debut of Felicia Day's "The Guild," a "Chobits" omnibus, and new volumes of "Wondermark" and "Oh My Goddess."
Exclusive Preview: David Malki’s Wondermark, Volume 3
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, we’re pleased to present a preview of the third collection of David Malki’s comic strip Wondermark. The strip appears online as well as in the …
David Malki! Talks “Wondermark”
With a new Dark Horse collection just released, the Eisner-nominated cartoonist behind the webcomic "Wondermark" talks to CBR about his love of 19th Century illustration, his fans, and what it takes to create an electric jolly.