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War Rocket Ajax #125: Kevin Church on ‘Wander,’ Webcomics and Elliot Gould

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This week on War Rocket Ajax, Kevin Church joins us to talk about writing Wander, his new comic with Grace Allison for Monkeybrain. The discussion gets onto his ambivalence towards fantasy and his influences, and you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance...

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Thought Bubble #3: Whither Genre Comics?

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The comics medium attempts to answer a lot of big questions: Given great power, would you use it responsibly? What means are justified, when the ends are noble? If your life had a face, could I punch it...

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‘Boldly Gone’ Webcomic Reveals the Frustrating Life of a Second-String Star Trek Captain

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Not everyone can get a plum assignment aboard the Enterprise. Some Starfleet officers have to toil away far from the flagship, negotiating treaties and dealing with border skirmishes. Meanwhile, stupid old James T...

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Ultra-Humanite Not As Smart As He Thinks He Is In Six-Panel Strip By Church & Canete

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As part of the same domino-tipping of inspiration and creativity that began with Nate Cosby & Evan Shaner's six-panel Captain Marvel and continued with Mike Maihack's six-panel Supergirl/Batgirl, writer Kevin Church and artist Eric Canete have created a six-panel comic starring classic DC Comics villain Ultra-Humanite. Pr...

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PSAs From Panels: Bringing Lapsed Fans Back To Comic Books [Comic]

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In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of the webcomic The Rack discusses bringing former readers back into comics.

To read the continuing adventures of the Panels crew, check out The Rack, written by Kevin Church and drawn by Benjamin Birdie at therackcomic...

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PSAs From Panels: What To Do With Your Old Comics [Comic]

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In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of the webcomic The Rack discusses what you can do with your old (and unwanted) comics to help others...

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PSAs From Panels: Dealing with the New DC Universe [Comic]

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In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of The Rack - a webcomic set in a comic book store - talks about the DC reboot and why readers shouldn't panic...

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PSAs From Panels: How to Discuss Comic Book Movies [Comic]

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In this week's PSA From Panels, the cast of The Rack talks about comic book movies like Green Lantern and the best way to go about discussing them at your local comics shop.

To read the continuing adventures of the cast of Panels, check out The Rack, written by Kevin Church and drawn by Benjamin Birdie at therackcomic...

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‘The Rack’ Offers Sensitivity Training for Bad Comics Retailers [Webcomic]

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"Not every comics shop needs to read this as something directed against them. A truly stupefying number of them do, however," writes Kevin Church in a supplement to his latest episode of The Rack, a webcomic strip that takes place in a comic book store...

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This ‘Rise of Arsenal’ Cat Themed Sketchbook Totally Rules

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I have long wanted to have my own theme sketchbook to bring to conventions for artist commissions, but I've never hit on quite the right idea. ComicsAlliance contributor David Wolkin put me to shame at the recent Comic-Con by coming up with an amazing idea: A "Rise of Arsenal" #3 theme sketchbook featuring Arsenal and a famous cat, a nod to the infamous issue where the one-armed Roy Harper suffers erectile dysfunction, takes heroin, and then beats up a bunch of dudes in an alley while he's high on smack to defend a cat corpse that he believes is his dead daughter...

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