When I was a teenager, I thought my boarding school was pretty ominous. It was just a few miles from a famous UFO sighting. We had special evacuation procedures in case the local nuclear power plant had a meltdown
If you've done any reading on quantum theory -- particularly the double-slit experiment and entanglement -- you've probably realized the same thing as Albert "Spooky" Einstein: That sh*t is craaazy. And if you've invested your psychological security in the notion that the universe is a
When I first heard that there was a webcomic called It's a Good Life drawn in the style of Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes, I immediately assumed that it was a retelling of the Twilight Zone episode with Calvin in the role of Anth
Let me start this week's column off by apologizing to Darths & Droids and The Trenches, both comics are not my particular brand, but I'm happy that there are supportive fans out there that enjoy both. As well, both comics clearly have dedicated creators who work hard to publish the material, and I wish them
As we move into the second installment of our weekly webcomic round-ups, I want to thank everyone for their suggestions, and to keep things as transparent as possible, mention a few things about how comics are included in each week's list.
Amateur problem child techniques are beneath Max Fogherty, star of Caanan Grall's Eisner-nominated webcomic Max Overacts. After all, why pass notes to your crush when you can get up in front of the class and rec
There hasn't been quite enough webcomics coverage on ComicsAlliance recently. Sorry. So let me welcome you to the first of an ongoing, weekly column where we round-up some recent updates to comics around the web
Though The Legend of Zelda videogame franchise has received a few official comic book and manga tie-ins over the years, some of the most impressive illustrations of Link, Princess Zelda and company have emerged from the world of fan art. For fans of Penny Arcade, co-creator Mike (a.k.a.
In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of the webcomic The Rack discusses what you can do with your old (and unwanted) comics to help others.
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