Erika Moen

Jeff Parker and Erika Moen’s ‘Bucko’ Webcomic Headed to Print with Dark Horse Comics [ECCC]
Jeff Parker and Erika Moen’s ‘Bucko’ Webcomic Headed to Print with Dark Horse Comics [ECCC]
Jeff Parker and Erika Moen's Portland-based murder mystery webcomic Bucko will be released in print this September by Dark Horse Comics, the publisher announced today at Emerald City Comic Con. The collection will include the entirety of the online strip, plus "tons of extras, including brand-new strips, commentary, and info on the real-life inspirations for Bucko...
Jeff Parker and Erika Moen Talk the End of Portland Mystery Comic ‘Bucko’ [Interview]
Jeff Parker and Erika Moen Talk the End of Portland Mystery Comic ‘Bucko’ [Interview]
A year ago, Periscope Studio members Jeff Parker (Thunderbolts) and webcomics diarist Erika Moen (DAR) joined forces to bring their Portland-based webcomic Bucko to the Internet. Bucko follows a long, strange week in the life of an unemployed 20-something man nicknamed Bucko, where half the mystery is figuring out what the mystery is...
Link Ink: Engadget: The Comic, ‘The First Avenger’ Deleted Scene and a ‘Super Friends’ Cake
Link Ink: Engadget: The Comic, ‘The First Avenger’ Deleted Scene and a ‘Super Friends’ Cake
Tech: Engadget has announced a new comic for its Distro app featuring the rotating talents of creators such as Box Brown, Dustin Harbin, Ed Piskor and others. Material will appear first on Distro, and later online. Upcoming: Following IDW's Code Name: Geronimo lead, Bluewater and Simon and Schuster will team for their own comic about the United States military operation that resulted in the death
War Rocket Ajax #17: Jeff Parker and Erika Moen Talk ‘Bucko’ [Podcast]
War Rocket Ajax #17: Jeff Parker and Erika Moen Talk ‘Bucko’ [Podcast]
This week, ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax Podcast welcomes comics writer Jeff Parker (Thunderbolts) and artist Erika Moen (DAR) to the show to talk about their comical murder mystery webcomic, Bucko! They'll tell us which events in their story of fart jokes, bathroom murders and Juggalette/SuicideGirl battles were inspired by real life events -- and you can listen to the entire show right now..

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