Digital: Anthony Clark has released a pay-what-you-wa
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It's no secret that newspapers in print aren't doing so hot these days, a fact that has put the hundred year tradition of comic strips (plus Sudoku and the Junior Jumble) in danger. For some strips, the cold embrace of oblivion w
Last Friday, February 1, was Hourly Comic Day, an annual event that tasks artists of all skill levels with creating comic panels to summarize their respective days, one for each hour that they're awake. Like 24-Hour comic day, it's an excellent way to jump start creativity, and it can lead to some
*This post originally appeared on CA on Dec 20, 2011
Christmas is a time for traditions. For some, it's all about stringing up lights on a Christmas tree and wrapping up presents to put beneath it. For others, it's sp
The Beartato Tot Squishable Mini-Plush
Available From: TopatoCo
Let's face it, every now and then we all need a hug. And what better to hug than a rotund (and accurate) real-life version of Beartato, the star of Anthony Clark's Nedroid comic? Just look at him! Those stubby little arms we
For me, one of the single greatest moments of the holiday season is the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! But as much as I love it, it just doesn't have enough comics for my tastes. Sure, they've h
Though it's only in its sixth issue, Boom! Studios' ongoing Adventure Time series has already become one of comics' most notable showcases for talent fans know and love from the world of webcomics and social media. In addition to its regular creative team of writer Ryan North (Dinosaur Comics) and artists Shelli P
Books: The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy, a new book detailing Christopher Nolan's series of Batman films, is now available for preorder, with an expected July 28 release.
TV: Avengers: Earth's
Art: Anthony Clark has posted his take on the three original starting Pokémon (Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle) on Tumblr.
Photos: As The Adventures of Tintin plays in theaters around the world, HuffPo takes a look at all the places Hergé's hero (and his dog Snowy) have traveled over the years.
Manga: Gantz creator Hiroya Oku wrote in Young Jump magazine that