If you thought you'd seen the last of Grickle creator Graham Annable's comic commentary on your favorite TV shows after Lost wrapped earlier this year, then think again. After catching the first four episodes of AMC's The Walking Dead, the cart
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
I confess that I've been at least a little addicted to Graham Annable (AKA Grickle) and Telltale Games' "Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent" this past week. The game's fun puzzles, hilarious storyline and Gricklefied aesthetic
This year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles has been filled with exciting looks at anticipated projects like "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions," the "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" video game, "DC Universe Online" and "Marvel versus Capcom 3
"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
In this, the final season of "Lost," fans are happy to milk every second of sentimentality wherever they can find it. Thanks to the talent of prolific cartoonist, animator and "The Book of Grickle" author Graham
Douglas Wolk, of Reading Comics fame, moderated an informative panel exploring the relationship between animation and comics this evening at SPX. Joining Wolk on the panel were Kim Deitch, Jeff Smith, Tom Neely and Roger Langridge.
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