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A Weak Spot for Fantasy Elements: Aatmaja Pandya [Hire This Woman]


Aatmaja Pandya is a cartoonist who specializes in doing minicomics and zines as well as webcomics. Some of her past projects include The Bell Blues, Baker’s Dozen, and Travelogue, which is the webcomic she's currently working on.

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Charles Forsman On Minicomics & Being Compared To Charles Schulz For His Work On ‘TEOTFW’ [Interview]


Charles Forsman’s recently concluded 16-part miniseries The End of the F**king World (or TEOTFW in Fantagraphics’s upcoming bookstore-friendly collection) is a rare bird, especially in today’s near-completely Balkanized comic book market; a genuine crowd pleaser.  I’ve worked in comic book shops since before I started high school, and what pains me the most consistently about the otherwise delightful years I’ve put in is how little comics communicates with itself.  The way so many comic book readers retrace their footsteps every Wednesday to the same superhero comics they bought last week, or the same mini comics they bought last week, or the same “indie” comics, or whatever is most familiar.  As a fan of comics the medium more than any one set of stylistic gestures, I always just wish that everyone would reach across the aisles and try a little bit of everything.  Of course, the reading public is hardly to blame for walking around in the blinders clapped on by an industry more comfortable with rehashing the stories that played five years ago or cannibalizing the signifiers of so-called “nerd culture” than creating books that honestly appeal to a wide group of people.

For the past year and change, though, TEOTFW did exactly what I wish every comic had the ability to do: grabbed anyone who took a look and forced them into a deeply compelling story much easier to stay inside of than leave.

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Mini-Comics Day 2013 Coming March 24


One of the best things about the comics medium is its relatively low barrier to entry for storytellers, tool-wise. All anyone needs is a pencil or pen and some paper to translate what's in their imagination to the page, after all...

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Link Ink: Girl Scouts Make Mini-Comics, Sonic Vs. Mega Man And More ‘Marvel Heroes’ Info


Kids: Some awesome minicomics were made by the Junior Girl Scouts of America Gables Elementary Troop 1320 when they visited the Cartoon Library this week as part of an effort to "learn about comics, self-publishing, and to earn their Drawing Badge...

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Snorlax Got Back In New ‘Pokebutts’ Mini-Comic By Lindsey Morris


Pokémon Black/White 2 has been out for a month now in the US, and while I wish I could say I've maintained the Pokémaniac status I earned as a lad (me and MissingNo. were such bros back in the day), I confess I've been too busy with other interests of late to adventure around Unova a second time. Despite mini...

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