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Harvey Pekar Hits the Web with ‘The Pekar Project’
Harvey Pekar of "American Splendor" fame is not known for his technological savvy, but he's finally making his way to the internet courtesy of SMITH magazine, where a series of webcomics called "The Pekar Project" just launched. The first installment adapts a conversation between…
Link Ink — CGI Megan Fox, “Next Door Neighbor” Ends
-- Ahh, the wonders of CGI; without it, Megan Fox wouldn't be so hot.
-- SMITH Mag's "Next Door Neighbor" true-life webcomix series is a wrap, and teaming up with Douglas Rushkoff¹s "Life, Inc." book launch to celebrate on Thursday, June 18 i…
Webcomics Get Serious(ly Good)
Somehow I've been slowly turning into a webcomic junkie. It started innocently enough with the lovable video game dorks featured in Penny Arcade--no doubt some of you are a part of the site's 4 million monthly readers. It was a nice little five-minute hobby, logging onto the site three tim…