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Allegri, Blas, Dukes And Hicks Cover ‘Adventure Time With Fionna And Cake’ #4 [Preview]


When Boom! Studios announced its Adventure Time With Fionna and Cake spinoff would be helmed by the AT cartoon's own Natasha Allegri, fans knew its awesomeness was assured. Even so, judging from sales of its first issue, retailers and readers haven't been taking that for granted...

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True Patriot: Canadian Cartooning Favorites Team-Up For Canuck Superhero Anthology


Ramón Pérez, J. Bone, Tom Fowler, Faith Erin Hicks and Ron Salas are all comic book artists whose work we've posted on ComicsAlliance in the past. Most of the time it's usually in the form of their routinely excellent work-for-hire stuff that we love to read or eye-catching fanart that we love to see. So when we h...

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Ticket Scalpers Face Peppermint Butler’s Fury In ‘Marceline And The Scream Queens’ #4 [Preview]


Peppermint Butler fans, take note: You do not want to cross Princess Bubblegum's trusted servant by forging concert tickets. Though it may seem harmless to pick up tickets to see the Land of Ooo's most popular rock band from a seedy stranger in a dark alley, it's wise to seek official admission according to the backup story in Adventure Time: Marceline and the Scream Queens #4, which arrives on October 10...

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Faith Erin Hicks And Prudence Shen Launch ‘Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong’ As A Webcomic


If you're a fan of Faith Erin Hicks who needs something to tide you over from the recent (and awesome) Friends With Boys to next year's release of the (also awesome) The Adventures Superhero Girl collection from Dark Horse, you're in luck: This week, First Second Publishing launched a new webcomic, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, with Hicks adapting a young adult novel by Prudence Shen...

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War Rocket Ajax #126: Faith Erin Hicks On ‘Friends With Boys,’ Supergirl And Her Love Of ‘Buffy’


This week on the War Rocket Ajax podcast, Chris and Matt are joined by Canadian cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks to talk about her journey from webcomics to zombie stories to her latest original graphic novel, Friends With Boys...

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Faith Erin Hicks Pays Comic Tribute to ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’ ‘Alien’ and More


Faith Erin Hicks is gradually colonizing my brain. Apparently, it wasn't enough that she created The Adventures of Superhero Girl, which details the events, both fantastic and mundane, in the life of an entry-level superhero; or that she wrote Friends with Boys, her recently released First Second book about formerly homeschooled girl navigating the perils of high school while being haunted by a ghost; or even that she created her own comic adaptation of the opening pages of The Hunger Games...

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Faith Erin Hicks Adapts ‘The Hunger Games’ in a Five-Page Fan Comic


The Hunger Games is about to make its big-screen debut later this month, but how would the popular young adult novel series look as a comic book? Artist Faith Erin Hicks (Zombies Calling, Friends With Boys) decided to find out by adapting the first four pages of The Hunger Games into a fan comic...

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‘Friends With Boys’ Creator Faith Erin Hicks on the Economics of Graphic Novels


It seems like we're hearing a lot lately from writers and artists about the grim financial realities of working full-time in the comic book industry. No doubt made worse by the global economic crisis, some problems include DMZ and Northlanders creator Brian Wood's report that his income dropped by 30-40% in 2010; Batgirl and Fairest cover artist Adam Hughes' claim that drawing full comics is actually less lucrative for him than covers and other single-piece illustrations; Cat and Girl creator Dorothy Gambrell and Aki Alliance creator Ryan Estrada publishing charts of their incomes as webcomics creators; now a new blog post from Brain Camp and Demonology 101 artist Faith Erin Hicks in which the award-winning cartoonist reveals income and royalty that are a little shocking, including the fact that an income of $30,000 constituted her "best year ever...

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Link Ink: ‘Lord of the Rings’ Lego, ‘Transformers: Rescue Bots,’ Comics Aren’t a Man’s World


Lego: Lego continues to tease its upcoming The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit lines with posters of Aragorn and Legolas. Heh. LEGOlas. Get it?... Sorry.

Movies: Just in case you were worried, Judge Dredd won't be kissing anybody or taking off his helmet in the live action Dredd movie...

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Wolverine Is Tired of You Eating His Goddamn Eggs Without Asking [Comic]


Faith Erin Hicks
("Zombies Calling") has some work coming up in the long-delayed "Girl Comics" #2, out this week, but she's also done us the favor of posting a hilarious 11-page comic about Wolverine -- her first unsuccessful pitch for "Girl Comics" -- on her website...

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