Platforms like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo have given creators with projects than tend to skew a little more esoteric a way to raise money outside of getting published through traditional routes. Sometimes, however, the crowd sourced
Geeky burlesque has been thriving of late in places like Los Angeles and New York City, which is logical given the at least perceived confluence of creativity and shapeliness in either locale. In accordance with pop culture entropy, however, the initial undress of inherently attractive comic book, video game and science
Parody: Marvel has announced the release of a new parody one-shot: "Who Won't Wield the Shield," with stories by Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, and Stuart Moore. The standout seems to be the Fraction story, which has art by Brendan McCarthy ("Spider-Man: Fever") and stars "Dr. Stephen Rogers, transformed by the Super-Satan formula i
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And now for the review: The newest celebrity comic, "Jennifer Love Hewitt's Music Box" is, as you've probably guessed, not a very good comic. But it mig