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Dean Haspiel’s NSFW ‘Sex Planet’ Motion Comic Bumps and Grinds
Dean Haspiel’s NSFW ‘Sex Planet’ Motion Comic Bumps and Grinds
Despite the medium's obvious contradictions and flaws, some creators have valiantly attempted to pioneer genuinely good motion comics. Last week we saw the first chapter of Dan Hipp's Tokyopop opus GYAKUSHU! adapted as a curiously compelling 40-minute motion comic, and we're treated this week to a similarly cool but seriously not-safe-for-work piece from Dean Haspiel: Billy Dogma in Sex Planet...
Stan Lee Discusses The Digital Future of Comics [Exclusive Video]
Stan Lee Discusses The Digital Future of Comics [Exclusive Video]
Despite achieving his legendary status in the history of comics, POW! Entertainment's Stan Lee continues to eye the future, including the growing world of digital comics entertainment. In part 2 of our 3-part interview, the Spider-Man and Fantastic Four co-creator discusses the possibilities that digital and motion comics offer the art sequential storytelling, He also sheds some light on his upcom
Writer Ron Marz On the Moving Pictures Of ‘Valkyrie’
Writer Ron Marz On the Moving Pictures Of ‘Valkyrie’
Two rival high school girls stand poised to reignite a superpowered World War II grudge match, and comic book fans won't have to turn a single page to watch the fireworks fly. "Valkyrie," a new Nazi-battling motion comic from writer Ron Marz ("Witchblade," "Green Lantern") and Studio 414 is planned to hit audiences in Spring 2010, dipping into two eras for one contras

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