This holiday season, a lot of doodlers and webcomickers are going to get their hands on the latest iPad or other touchscreen device and begin the hunt for a third party capacitive stylus capable of delivering something resembling the lines they manage on the pages of Field Notes/Moleskines/homework/legal pads. A quick search online will reveal a mo
With tradition publishers and retailers taking less risks in an unstable economy, many creators are forgoing the standard route of getting their books to readers and taking to newer platforms like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo to get the funding they need to make their project a reality. With several books looking to gain you
Since 1978 fans around the globe have been blasting away at the pixelated aliens of Taito's Space Invaders and its numerous sequels and re-makes. Like most classic arcade games, the title is more about fundamental gameplay and strategy than story, meaning few (if any) took a breath from blasting their falling foes to ponder their motivations. Artist Ehud Lavski break
After the tense clicking of cameras, the victory hugs and Bobak Ferdowsi's awesome mohawk, I came away from Sunday night's Curiosity rover landing with a lingering rush of excitement. We're back on Mars! We're looking for the building blocks of life on another planet! Humanity just accomplished a truly amazing feat of engineering! Go humans!
The webcomics world was primed to celebrate as well. Already pr
So you've decided to start reading a new webcomic. Well, not a new webcomic, one that's been around for a few years. Maybe you just need to read a couple hundred pages in order to get caught up, but maybe you're just getting started on Sinfest (4300+ page
ShiftyLook, the force behind reviving dormant Namco Bandai videogame properties like Bravoman, Sky Kid, Xevious, Scar and more as webcomics will turn its attention to throwing a birthday bash. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Dig Dug this summer, ShiftyLook will launch a collaborative webcomics
Because my RSS reader isn't nearly full enough, I'm always on the prowl for new webcomics. Most of the time, I find webcomics through creators I'm already reading, comics sites like this one (including more webcomic-specific sites like The Webcomic Overlook and Fleen), Redd
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