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Looking For Group #8
Have you ever woken up from a deep sleep and had to ask ‘Who’s legs are those?’ Or witnessed a family of giants fight a flock of dragons? Danced the …
Looking For Group #7
This issue of Looking for Group kicks off with Cale declaring, “That’s the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen,” which should say enough. Need to know more? How about a trip …
Looking For Group #6
After the events of last issue, Cale is excited to begin building something instead of destroying. An old friend joins the team as a new quest presents itself, but where …
Looking For Group #5
Richard is armed to the teeth, er, shoulders, as our group meets Krunch’s people, The Bloodrage, and oh, what a reunion they have! Some friendly and not-so-friendly relatives show up …
Pushing comics forward — with money!
This week, Ross Richie of BOOM! Studios wrote an editorial, and Matt Gagnon gave a thoughtful interview, on the topic of diversity in comics, and they followed it up with …
Ryan Sohmer on Kickstarting ‘The Gutters’
The Gutters is a thrice-weekly webcomic about the comics industry, with insider humor about the characters, both fictional and real life, that make up the world of the comics fan. …
Comics A.M. | Should feminists give up on superhero comics?
Comics | Dismayed by the portrayal of Catwoman in DC Comics’ relaunched series, Alyssa Rosenberg of ThinkProgress asks whether feminists are wasting their time in hoping and lobbying for better …
Mash-up to end all mash-ups: “Angry Birds of Prey”
Mash-ups have become a staple of modern culture. From the mash-ups of music albums to movies and virtually anything else. But I think this here might be the best comic …
C2E2 | Some comics to look forward to
One of the best things about comics conventions is getting creators and marketers to talk about the things that aren’t quite ready for prime time yet, projects that are coming …
Ryan Sohmer Talks “Least I Could Do”
A webecomics writer and head of Blind Ferret Entertainment, Ryan Sohmer talks to CBR News about his popular and irreverent series, "Least I Could Do," and its transition to television, as well as other animated projects.