Kate Beaton ("Hark! A Vagrant") and Erika Moen ("DAR") are two of our favorite ladies in webcomics, but if we were going to make a list of people likely to be tapped as fill-in artists for the mega-popular gaming webcomic "Penny Arcade," I would not have put them at the top of the list. Fortunately, I would be wrong, wrong, wrong, since that is exactly what has happened. Excellent taste, Gabe and Tycho. If your subs are going to be this good, mayb
Penny Arcade Expo, founded by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik of the "Penny Arcade" webcomic, has already eclipsed E3 as the video game event of the year, and it's also begun to attract talent beyond the world of gaming
Between the extremely critically-acclaimed release of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" (seriously - it's entering The Guinness World Records Book) and the merited coverage, the Caped Crusader is having quite a week. Now, for the first time ever, Batman's video game prominence has merited a reverent r
The Artist's Corner in the Penny Arcade forums has taken inspiration from the upcoming 'Blackest Night' comics event in Green Lantern, and is inviting people to invent their own characters using the Green Lantern color spec
There was an uproar recently in the MMORPG 'Star Wars' game 'The Old Republic' when forum moderator Sean Dahlberg was questioned about "gay" and "lesbian" being on a filter of unacceptable words, and responded: "These are terms that do not exist in Star Wars. Thread closed."
If you know the internet, at all, you can probably imagine how well people responded to that.
Yesterday, Dahlberg apologized in the most non-specific way possib