It’s only Tuesday, but already things are batshit-amazing this week. Today marks the conclusion the first of new stories for Comrade Cockroach Adventures, The Definition of Insanity. There’s no need for mourning, though; you can read it all from the beginning and relive the madness and mayhem. And just because this this story is over
STAR WARS REBELS is the very definition of a mixed bag, but when it is good, it is very good. No surprise then, that its best episode yet brought in no other than that long sufferer-of-fools, Wilhuff Tarkin. I have a fondness for Tarkin–he’s by far the best villain in the STAR WARS universe. Once
So, this happened.
Here’s all of my Hourly Comic Day comics all in one place. I’d never done this before, and it was far more fun than I expected, even if I was doing it while ill.
This essay was written for the fantastic site We Are Comics, and I thought I’d post it here. If you’d like to show how diverse the comics community is, hashtag a Tumblr post “#i am comics,” or submit your photo. I’m Jared Axelrod. I’ve been reading, writing and drawing comics since I was a child,
A few days ago, I teased a silhouette of five characters, and here is the reveal! Behold, those who bear the Bahdj, the newly minted protectors of planet Earth! These guys are part of a pitch for BEYOND, an anthology of queer sci-fi/fantasy comics, edited by Rachel Edidin & Sfé Monster (there’s still three more
Perhaps a collection of teenagers, given otherworldly power in order to defend our planet? But what are the chances of that unlikely scenario? More to be revealed soon… The Battle of Blood and Ink: A Fable of Flying City Purchase available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BooksaMillion, Powells Books, IndieBound, Walmart, Overstock
1) Start. 2) Continue. 3) Finish. The Battle of Blood and Ink: A Fable of Flying City Purchase available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BooksaMillion, Powells Books, IndieBound, Walmart, Overstock and your local bookseller.
I yoinked this Mobius INCAL page from Brandon Graham’s blog Royal Boiler. There’s a lot of details to love here–Moebius’s line work, his delicate lettering, pasted in just so. But what gets me is the white-out. It’s good to know that even a towering comics genius like Moebius made mistakes. Speaking of comics, there’s a