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The ‘Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer’ Saga Is Really, Really Good [Review]


It's very easy to dismiss Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer without ever reading a single page. That's part of the trouble for the creator of a high concept book: If it's something that can be boiled down to three words, it's easy for readers to think they've got everything they need to know...

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Link Ink: Stan Lee Webslings, Game of Pirates and Animated ‘Battleship’ Bricks


Gaming: Stan Lee continues to swing in the latest image promoting his Amazon preorder exclusive playability in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man game.

Publishers: SLG Publishing has applied for a Chase Bank and LivingSocial's Mission: Small Business program grant, which, if obtained, would supply the company with $250,000 if received...

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‘Friends With Boys’ Creator Faith Erin Hicks on the Economics of Graphic Novels


It seems like we're hearing a lot lately from writers and artists about the grim financial realities of working full-time in the comic book industry. No doubt made worse by the global economic crisis, some problems include DMZ and Northlanders creator Brian Wood's report that his income dropped by 30-40% in 2010; Batgirl and Fairest cover artist Adam Hughes' claim that drawing full comics is actually less lucrative for him than covers and other single-piece illustrations; Cat and Girl creator Dorothy Gambrell and Aki Alliance creator Ryan Estrada publishing charts of their incomes as webcomics creators; now a new blog post from Brain Camp and Demonology 101 artist Faith Erin Hicks in which the award-winning cartoonist reveals income and royalty that are a little shocking, including the fact that an income of $30,000 constituted her "best year ever...

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SLG Publishing Endures Infinite Crises of Drunks, Rats and Urine [Video]


We've heard time and again how hard it is to be an independent comic book publisher, but never have we heard of trials and tribulations so harrowing as those of SLG Publishing. The San Jose, California-based publisher of such eccentric titles as Ross Campbell's Shadoweyes, Roman Dirge's Lenore, Evan Dorkin's Milk & Cheese, Van Jensen and Dusty Higgins' Pinocchio: Vampire Hunter and Jhonen Vasquez's Johnny the Homicidal Maniac has weathered storms that would make even the filthiest of indie rock labels pack up and go home. Am...

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Say Hello to Pinocchio Vampire Slayer’s Little Friends


"Pinocchio Vampire Slayer" writer Van Jensen went into HeroesCon with two secrets last weekend. 1) The full title of he and Dusty Higgin's upcoming sequel to last autumn's wooden puppet thriller and 2) An image teasing said title's supporting cast...

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SLG Debuts New Trailer for Ross Campbell’s ‘Shadoweyes’


Many of comics' youngest mutants have avoided adversity by joining a community and finding a place to call home. Xavier's gifted youngsters joined an elite battle squad on a school campus and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trained in the sewers...

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New ‘Tron: Legacy’ Trailer Evokes ‘Tron: Ghost in the Machine’ Memories


The new "Tron: Legacy" trailer has kind of set the Internet ablaze with equal parts nostalgia and awe - and rightly so - but some comic fans might point out that this is actually the film's second sequel thanks to SLG Publishing's 2006 six-issue miniseries (and a novelization) "Tron: Ghost in the Machine...

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Scott Saavedra’s Collected ‘Java Town’ To Perk Up This March Through SLG


Despite coffee's inherent importance to the creation of comics, blogging about comics, or staying up late enough to catch up on reading comics, there's a distinct lack of coffee-themed sequential art on the stands...

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Vernon White’s ‘Birdhouse’ On The Way From SLG In February


Valentine's Day may still be far, far, in the offing, but SLG's February release of the "Birdhouse" OGN by Vernon White looks like it could have the heart to merit a pre-order.

Described as a modern fairytale, the story focuses on a corrupt king so hated by his subjects that there's an attempt on his life...

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