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Crowd Funding Watch: Brilliant Western Webcomic ‘Next Town Over’ Rustles Up Print Edition

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With tradition publishers and retailers taking less risks in an unstable economy, many creators are forgoing the standard route of getting their books to readers and taking to newer platforms like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo to get the funding they need to make their project a reality. With several books looking to gain you

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James Kochalka’s ‘American Elf’ Is Coming To An End After 14 Years

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Unless you count those Silver Age stories where Superman writes his memoirs in a giant golden book in the dead language of the planet Krypton, I've never been a huge fan of diary comics. The one exception has always been American Elf, the long-running "s

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Holiday Gift Guide: Ryan North’s Choosable Path Version Of ‘Hamlet’

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To Be Or Not To Be: That Is The Adventure
Available From: Kickstarter
Price: $30.00

For those of us here at ComicsAlliance, Dinosaur Comics and the Adventure Time comic have made Ryan North the kind of creator whose books we'll just buy, no questions asked. They always tur

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Holiday Gift Guide: The Best Animal-Themed Strips From ‘Wondermark’

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Classy Lady Like You Will Love The Smell Of My Butt
Available From: TopatoCo
Price: $6.00

Holiday shopping can get pretty expensive if you've got a lot of loved ones to buy gifts for. Heck, it's gotten pretty expensive for me, and I literally only have enemies and assorted cretins on my list. As a result, it's te

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Tom Scioli’s ‘Final Frontier’ Is The ’60s Rock ‘N’ Roll Superhero Epic You Need In Your Life

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Have you ever read a line so good that you get jealous and angry at yourself for not thinking it up even while you're laughing at the pure joy of reading it? Because there's a part in Final Frontier, Tom Scioli's webcomic follow-up to the incredible American Barbarian, where the sinister villain has trapped one of his enemies in a gigantic pinball machine-inspired torture chamber that's remotely controlled by the unwitting Pinball Witch, and one of his henchmen delivers the line "Robot Dracula is an efficient tormentor."

It's the kind of line that made me want to just give up on comi

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Rickey Purdin’s ‘VHS Notebook’ Lovingly Profiles Your Favorite Crazy Movies

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When Rickey Purdin isn't busy working as an assistant editor at DC Comics, he turns his attention to movies - specifically some of his favorite flicks from the bygone era of VHS tapes that shaped so many of our childhoods. At his VHS Notebook T

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The Guardian Uses Comics To Hilariously Explain US Election To Brits

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Now that it's all over - Well, bar Florida, which is still counting votes at time of writing in some strange quest to inspire a new generation of late-night television comedians to make jokes about how badly it handles elections - you might be wondering what the US Presidential Election was all about, anyway. Thankfully, the

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Trick Or Treat: Five Free Halloween Comics From Your Pals On The Internet

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Today is Halloween, but fun-size candy bars and the occasional caramel apple aren't the only treats that are being handed out. All across the Internet, comics creators have been offering up some spoooooky stories for free, providing plenty of free Halloween reading for comics fans everywhere.

Check out fi

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Dark Horse To Publish Cameron Stewart’s ‘Sin Titulo’ In 2013

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After five years as a webcomic, Cameron Stewart's creepy and oddly beautiful series Sin Titulo has completed its run and is being prepared for print publication next year from Dark Horse Comics, bringing its unsettling surreality to a whole new audience unprepared for what's to come.Lauren Davis wrote about Sin Titulo for this very site back in June of this year, describing it as

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‘Scott Pilgrim’ Guy Interviews ‘Homestuck’ Guy: Bryan Lee O’Malley On Andrew Hussie

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MS Paint Adventures began as a weird webcomic where reader suggestions dictated the action every day, leading to predictably silly ends. Creator Andrew Hussie ran several stories there in the guise of old pic

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