If you're following any comic book artists on Twitter or Tumblr, then there's a pretty good chance that you saw the word "Inktober" pop up an awful lot over the past four weeks. Created by artist Jake Parker in 2009, it's a month-long exercise in getting better at working with ink (as opposed to just pencils) by producing a piece of art every day for all 31 days of October. And it's also exactly the kind of thing that we love to see here at ComicsAlliance.
Art: Adam Koford illustrates The Seven Deadly Sins of Jabba's Palace.
Cyber Monday: Top Shelf Productions is offering a 30% discount on everything in its Web store, including Blankets and Infinite Kung Fu.
Statues: It looks like a new 1:1 scale Mobile Suit Gundam statue will come to Tokyo's Odaiba in spring 2013.
News: Comics Journalist Sarah Glidd
Adam Koford's artistic accomplishments modifying the Twitter bird, contributing to the MRVLCATS phenomenon and creating Laugh-Out-Loud Cats are well documented. Under the name "Ape Lad," Koford has already bestowed more than his fair share of humor upon the world. He's posted a number of sketches and mash-ups around th