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Teen Titans Go! #12
Raven thought things couldn’t get any worse after Starfire posted an online dating profile…until she posted one for Raven, too! But she quickly learns things can get a whole lot …
Comics A.M. | Palestinian cartoonist to be released today
Legal | Palestinian cartoonist Mohammed Saba’aneh, who was arrested in March by Israeli authorities and held for what many feared would be an indefinite period, is expected to be released …
Comics A.M. | Scrutinizing Marvel Unlimited and DC Comics apps
Digital comics | Although the Marvel Unlimited and DC Comics apps work very differently, Noel Murray has similar complaints about both: Specific titles are difficult to find, and the damn …
Comics A.M. | New York mother upset by Chick tract on doorstep
Comics | After all of these years, the evangelical comics of 88-year-old cartoonist and publisher Jack Chick still stir controversy. The latest is in Buffalo, New York, where a mother …
Comics A.M. | This weekend, it’s HeroesCon; civil liberties group defends The Oatmeal creator
Conventions | Creative director Rico Renzi discusses HeroesCon, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this weekend with a three-day event that’s experienced a spike in advance ticket sales: “Stan Lee’s attendance …
Point-counterpoint: What is Kickstarter for, anyway?
Johanna Draper Carlson has a thoughtful post about the appropriate use of Kickstarter, and uses Lea Hernandez’s Kickstarter for The Garlicks as an example of a campaign she’s not comfortable …
Kurt Busiek will eat a bug if you back Lea Hernandez’s Kickstarter
Lea Hernandez, creator of Cathedral Child and Rumble Girls, has a Kickstarter that looks pretty nice: It’s The Garlicks, a charming, kid-friendly tale of a vampire family — Pandora, a …
THE KICKSTAND: What’s Hot on Kickstarter This Week?
Brigid Alverson weighs in on the current crop of comic book projects currently on Kickstarter, from the return of Kaz Kibushi's "Daisy Kutter" to Lea Hernandez's kiddie vampire saga, "The Garlicks" and more.
Some highlights from 24-Hour Comics Day 2011
This past Sunday was 24-Hour Comics Day, a grand old comics tradition that began in 1990 when Scott McCloud challenged his friend Steve Bissette to draw an entire 24-page comic …
Gail Simone on Planet Karen Benefit Auction
"Planet Karen" creator Karen Ellis lost her home and nearly all her possessions in a fire last week, and Gail Simone and other members of the comics community are appealing to readers to participate in a benefit auction for Ellis.