Like it or not, things change in comics. Even the most long-lasting of characters is due up for a revamp at some point during your lifetime. We may ask ourselves why this is necessary, what it means to the character, [...]
I once read a piece of short fiction in which a comics
Lately, I’ve been exploring the connection between comics and academic literature.
Jason Kimble is one of those multi-talented artists who immediately catches your eye. With a range spanning oils, body painting, comics & tattoos
KAPOW! One of the biggest comics clichés is the sound effects as costumed men punch each other.
I first came across Daniel’s striking work when reading Bartholomew of the Scissors (check out our interview with the creators). His eerie art burned into planks of pine was unlike anything I had seen before.
Making comics doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and inevitably what goes on in the rest of your life has an impact on that. This blog is going to be less about offering specific advice, more sharing tales from the journey. [...]