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Link Ink: The Doctor’s Next Companion, Cardboard Hellboy Cosplay and Pokemon in the Wild


TV: The next companion on Doctor Who will be played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, starting Christmas, 2012. She's excited.

Essays: Oguie Maniax examines the way female "defaults" and "templates" affect comic storytelling...

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Link Ink: ‘The Avengers’ Butts, Super Llamas and The Complete ‘Smallville’


Gags: In response to Black Widow's lone butt shot among seven less showy dudes on the recently released poster and banners promoting The Avengers movie, Kevin Bolk has created a more balanced alternate image...

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Link Ink: Wonder Woman Mixes it Up, Paper Gundam and Battle Babies


Mixing: KitchenAid is offering a classic-style (non "New 52") Wonder Woman stand mixer in Brazil.

Musicals: A musical based on Alison Bechdel's autobiographical Fun Home graphic novel is currently in development by Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori...

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Link Ink: Giant Gundam Deconstructed, ‘Our Love Is Real’ Gets Image Release And Moebius and Larry David’s Shared Sense Of Style


Anime: Japan's giant 1/1 scale Mobile Suit Gundam statue can now be observed at ground level in its deconstructed state in Tokyo for the low, low price of about $6.50 USD.

Indie: Our Love is Real by Sam Humphries and Steven Sanders is headed for wide release via Image Comics in November...

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Parting Shot: The Cheesecake Hypocrisy of the Newspaper That Called R. Crumb ‘Smutty’


This screenshot from the newspaper that decried Robert Crumb as a "sex pervert" and his art as "smutty" -- prompting the cancellation of his trip to the Graphic Festival in Sydney, Australia -- leaves us wondering when we can expect a similarly outraged, alarmist op-ed from author Jesse Phillips about the smutty, perverted news coverage of The Daily Telegraph...

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Robert Crumb Cancels Australia Festival Appearance After Being Branded ‘Sex Pervert’


Whether or not you draw inspiration directly from his work or indirectly from its raw expression of free speech, the influence of 67-year-old underground comix icon and The Book of Genesis adaptor Robert Crumb is impossible to ignore...

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Robert Crumb’s ‘Genesis’ Exhibit Comes to Portland [Pics]


"The Bible Illuminated: R. Crumb's Book of Genesis," a touring exhibit of original art from Robert Crumb's 224-page graphic retelling of the first book of the Bible, has finally arrived in the Northwest comics mecca of Portland, Oregon at the Portland Art Museum where it will be on display until September 19th, and local comics artists like Steve Lieber, Erika Moen, Jesse Reklaw, and Craig Thompson will be on hand every Sunday from 2-4 pm to either discuss his work with patrons or demonstrate their own...

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Link Ink — Kentucky Imagines Robert Crumb, Da Vinci Mechas


Our quote of the week comes from the Jessamine County Public Library board meeting, where members of the Kentucky community gathered to discuss the firing of several library employees who withheld award-winning Alan Moore's "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" from patrons, and whether or not the award-winning graphic novel was "porn":

"Darryl Diddle, a Wilmore minister, presented a petition signed by 950 asking that three more of the library's works be removed


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Some Christians Afraid to Look at Robert Crumb’s Illustrated ‘Book of Genesis’


Robert Crumb's illustrated version of the "Book of Genesis" is out, and it's incredible, and guess who's upset about it. Christians! The amazing part about this particular controversy is that instead of getting up in arms about comics with gay people in them or Japanese cartoons with comedic nudity, they're actually upset with the Bible, and it is blowing my mind...

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Celebrate Freedom: Read a Banned Comic


This week is Banned Books Week, when we celebrate the fact that we live in a country where we are free to say, write and read what we choose -- and the importance of being vigilant against those who would try to erode those rights and make those choices for us...

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