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‘The Futurists’ Could Be Your Webcomic Beacon


In the expansive world of webcomics, it's easy for traditional comic readers (i.e. the folks who still pay to read printed copies) to get lost in all the clip art, stick figures and video game references

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Torrentcide: The Pirate Bay Is Going Legit, But Will It Impact Illegal Comic Sharing?


A flurry of speculation swept across the Internet this morning as news filtered in that prominent file-sharing site The Pirate Bay had been sold to a Swedish Gaming Company to the tune of $8 million. As of posting time, this news hasn't altered the website's functi

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Top Cow and Boom! and Join Longbox for Digital Comics


Boom! Studios and Top Cow Productions will soon be distributing their comics through Longbox, an online platform that aims to become the iTunes of comics. Single issues of comics -- both new and old -- will be available for download by PC, Mac, and Linux users for 99 cents each when the platform launches later this year, a significant discount from the $2

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The Wages of ‘Sinfest’ — Rare Tatsuya Ishida Interview


"Very little is known" about "Sinfest" creator Tatsuya Ishida (as it says on his sparse Wikipedia page) but he granted a rare interview to Publishers Weekly Comics Week as the June 17th pub date of his Dark Horse print collection approaches. Ishida talks about "flamin

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Webcomic of the Week — Moving Out


Getting booted from your parents' house takes a surprising sci-fi turn in this strip from "Amazing Superpowers."

Other wins:
The logistics of getting drunk at "xkcd"
The getting fired game at "Thingpart"

NAWLZ: Webcomics on the Next Level


To continue the psychedelia, there's a shimmering, experimental new webcomic called 'Nawls' by Sutu (Stu Campbell) that you really need to take a look at, not just because groundbreaking webcomic artist Scott McCloud says so, but because it's amazing. An interactive mixture of art, text, music, and fla

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Why Lil Wayne Is Like Webcomics


Top Shelf Marketing Coordinator Leigh Walton reads the recent Rolling Stone interview with Lil Wayne, and gleans three facts that lead him to some interesting conclusions:
1. Lil Wayne is always stoned.
2. Lil Wayne releases tons of music for free over the internet.
3. Lil Wayne goes to a recording studio every day.


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