Lots of Kickstarter projects struggle all the way to the bitter end, trying to hit their goal and rallying the internet to come together in the last moments to make their particular dream come true while making contingency plans that involve lots of ice cream and Elizabeth Kubler-Ross' Five Stages of Grieving. Others, though,
Local and national comics talent galore showed up in full force this past weekend at Stumptown Comics Fest 2012 in Portland, Ore. with fans arriving with equal fervor to scope out the latest graphic novels, indie titles, art prints a
There aren't many comics that crack jokes about post-Reformation theology, but Dylan Meconis manages to make those jokes both incredibly funny and surprisingly accessible in her historical webcomic Family Man. Set in
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