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Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) 1.22.12


In last week's column I mentioned that I thought traditional print publishers still had the edge over webcomics when it came to being able to distill the best material from a variety of creators. Because of a publisher's ability to hire a range of professionals, especially editors, they are often able to select and then help craft a more taught final piece of art than many individuals operating on their own online...

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Link Ink: ‘Captain America’ Gets New Movie Banners, ‘Doctor Who’ Monopoly and ‘seX-Men’


Movies: Brazilian site Cine Macado's three new character banners for Captain America: The First Avenger. Something tells posters with better Photoshop cutouts will surface soon.

Digital: Dark Horse Comics has announced special digital incentives from July-September for brick-and-mortar retailers of the best kind -- free digital download codes for exclusive eight-page stories stemming from top titles (like B...

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‘The Revolution Will Be Televised’ – An American Cartoonist’s Account of Egypt’s Uprising


Launched this week is The Revolution Will Be Televised, a new webcomic that presents a firsthand account of the recent citizen uprising in Egypt from the point of view of visiting Americans. Written and drawn by Dov Torbin and published by ACT-I-VATE, the webcomic is a frank but humorous observance of the revolution, with a focus on the media phenomenon of communicating the experience to spectators around the world...

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Act-I-Vate’s ‘Panels for Primates’ Supports Primates in Need


We're used to seeing comic book creators produce artwork and stories especially for charity, but rarely do we see such an endeavor so well-suited to comics as Panels for Primates. Orchestrated by Act-I-Vate's Troy Wilson, Panels for Primates is a charity webcomics series that deals only in stories about monkeys and was designed to raise money for the Primate Resource Center...

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Seth Kushner Interviews Toy Bootleg Artist The Super Sucklord Via Webcomic ‘ACT-I-VATE’


Part photo essay, part biographical Webcomic and all awesome, "Seth Kushner's Culture Pop" is a regularly engaging read that's featured profiles of everyone from rooftop yoga practitioners to sousaphone players...

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Dean Haspiel is the Last Romantic Antihero


I first met Dean Haspiel on a memorable flight from Baltimore to San Jose for APE some ten years ago. Also along for that Southwest redeye flight (which, if memory serves, only held the four of us) were Greg Bennett (friend and fellow Alliance blogger) and Chris Oarr (friend and, as Dino affectionately dubbed him on that trip, "the Alex P...

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