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Comic Rocket Bookmarks Your Place While You Read Webcomics


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+ pages), Schlock Mercenary (4400+ pages) or Kevin and Kell (5600+ pages)...

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Link Ink: The Price of Being Iron Man, Kid President, And Cyborg Pepsi


Infographics: MoneySuperMarket has put together a massive infographic examining how much they think it'd cost to be Iron Man in the Avengers movieverse.

Awesome: Kid President chats with Adventure Time creator Pen Ward and cheers up the entire human race in the process...

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Link Ink: Four Minutes of ‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ a Working Tesla Gun and Expensive TMNT Art


Movies: Sony has unveiled a four-minute preview of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, which might make you avoid bridges for awhile.

Sales: ICv2 reports that graphic novel sales in comic book stores are better than expected over the past few months...

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Shiftylook Celebrating 30 Years of ‘Dig Dug’ With Anniversary Webcomic Collaboration


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 project featuring self-contained Dig Dug stories by dozens of prolific creators...

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‘Just the First Frame’ Helps You Discover New Webcomics, One Panel at a Time


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), Reddit or recommendations from friends...

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Fox Announces ‘Axe Cop’ Animated Series for 2013


Clearly, the world domination plans of Malachai and Ethan Nicolle are proceeding apace, with the news that their webcomic Axe Cop is to be adapted into a television series anchoring Fox's upcoming late night Saturday night animation block starting next year...

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It’s Time for the Eisner Awards to Expand Their Digital Categories [Opinion]


Each year when the Eisner Award nominations are announced, I rush to my computer to see who was nominated for the Best Digital Comic category. Just like fans of print comics, I have my favorites: creators who really rocked this year; workhorses who have turned out solid comics every week for years; innovators who are doing exciting new things with the format...

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Link Ink: The Ultimate Batman Haircut, Kickstarter Sweet Spots, Live Marsupalami


More Hair: This stylin' kid has what I believe might be Chris Sims' ideal haircut. Something tells me hair artist Radames Perez knows his Batman.

Gaming: The Amazing Spider-Man game will come with PlayStation Move support...

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Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) 3.17.12


Before getting started this week, I want to point out some great articles about webcomics that you may have missed. In case you didn't know, ComicsAlliance's Lauren Davis has been doing some longer-form reviews of online titles, like Questionable Content and its evolution as a science-fiction story, the Diesel Sweeties Kickstarter, and Dylan Meconis' brillant Family Man...

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Link Ink: Samurai Pizza Cats on DVD, Creator Work Music and ‘Young Justice’ Toys


Anime: Discotek Media has plans to bring Samurai Pizza Cats and its Japanese source, Kyattou Ninden Teyandee, to home video. Each series will be sold separately in box sets with 52 dubbed American episodes and 54 subtitled Japanese eps...

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