Graham Annable, perhaps best known in these parts from his Grickle and Hickee comics and the Puzzle Agent video game series from Telltale Games, has just been officially announced as the co-director of Laika's next feature-length film, The Boxtrolls, alongside Anthony Stacci (Open Season). This will be Annable's first feature co-directing gig, after working as a story artist on LAIKA's Coraline and ParaNorman. The new film will be based on Alan Sn
Time travel has a mixed reputation in sci-fi. Sometimes it's used as part of cautionary tales, other times it's a force for pure awesome. Adventure Time #7 will touch on this discrepancy in all its algebraicness out August 22, and the consequences could be suitably mathematical. The issue's main story will be
Humor: Grickle artist Graham Annable imagines a more adult Finn and Jake's embarassment in "Awkward Time."
TV: Jerry Springer has managed to offend Bronies by with a recent casting call for his show, leading to fans of My Little Pony: Friendsh
Last summer Graham Annable fans poured some time over he and Telltale Games' Puzzle Agent, a quirky clickable puzzle game that set the FBI's sole agent from the Puzzle Research Division into the icy heart of Scoggins, Minn. to solv
Just in time for Halloween, ComicsAlliance favorite Graham Annable returns with a spooky new animated episode of Grickle. Titled "Performance," Annable's short puts a distinctively twisted, er, twist on that most awkward of events: the school talent show. Followi
Pokémon can evolve into scary realistic things when put into the hands of the right artists, and a cabal of creators including Meredith Gran of "Octopus Pie" and Aaron Diaz of "Dresden Codak" has unleashed a Tumblr account full of original creature entries imagining themselves as Water, Poison and Dark types with cartoonist-appropriate abilities.
The Pokémon self-portraits outline their evolutionary stages in th
"The Book of Grickle" creator Graham Annable is collaborating with Telltale Games for "Puzzle Agent," a new video game described by designer and writer Mark Darin and Annable himself as deriving inspiration from "The X-Files," "Fargo," "Twin Peaks" and the works of David Lynch and Stanley Kubrick