Hark A Vagrant
Following a successful stint of self-publishing with her Never Learn Anything From History TPB, Kate Beaton's lauded (and read by more than half a million unique audience members every month online) Hark! A Vagrant has found a new printed home in North America via Drawn and Quarterly.
A hardcover collection of both new and already-online content is set for a Fall 2011 release, reportedly packing
Webcomics: Jess Fink's guest strip at Kate Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant is so, so wonderful. Read it, won't you?
Geography: A neighborhood in Zaragoza, Spain is naming their streets after videogames, starting with the 25-year-old Super Mario Bros. Why? Because they're awesome, is why.
Music: What's Bear McCreary's
Have you ever looked at your favorite comic and thought, "Hey, I want to see this move, except not really be animation or a movie?" Well, we never have, which is why motion comics mostly mystify us as a weird, inbred cross-media chimera, but every now and then it can be fun to see something lurch to life on the internet, if only for the novelty value. Espe
Aquaman is doing pretty all right these days, mostly because he is no longer dead thanks to some day that is bright or something, but you know what's even better than coming back to life? Having a comic made about you by Kate Beaton.
The Sea King was a recent discovery for the much-beloved "Hark! A Vagrant" creator, who drew the hook-hande
Until you have found yourself standing among a mass of people jamming up a pedestrian artery eight feet wide, with women clutching sketchbooks and talking excitedly about whether they're going to