Kids: Some awesome minicomics were made by the Junior Girl Scouts of America Gables Elementary Troop 1320 when they visited the Cartoon Library this week as part of an effort to "learn about comics, self-publishing, and to earn their Drawing Badge!" Congrats on the badges, Troop 1320!
While we spend a lot of time discussing the always imminent doom of the American comic book industry, we tend to forget that the medium of comics -- sequential storytelling, words married with pictures -- continues to thrive in numerous contexts, not the least prevalent of which is the Internet
Kanye West loves comics-inspired fashion and even has a book out that adapted his work to comics, so it's fitting that comics became a popular means for West's fellow users to critique his posts when he signed up for a Twitter account last week. In fact, after seeing how well his words go with a series of New Yo
Before this meme totally plays itself out -- too late? -- here's the pseudo-olde timey comic "Laugh Out Loud Cats" jumping on the Kanye bandwagon with their take on the interrupting hip hop star. Given the fact that "Laugh Out Loud Cats" is itself base
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