Month: March 2016

Incredible Indie Tuesday: Superhero Webcomics to Read Instead of Watching Batman V Superman

Last week, the latest installment in DC’s film universe hit cinema screens. And it was…not good. If you love superheroes but are looking for better ways to spend your time, try one of these webcomics instead. If you want more lighthearted superhero: The Adventures of Superhero Girl by Faith Erin Hicks This kid-friendly comic follows the crime-stopping endeavors…

Mighty Marvel Monday: Wondercon and More

It is the last Mighty Marvel Monday of March, Easter Monday, and also two days before my little sister’s birthday (Happy Birthday Vic!), so let’s get to it. This past weekend was Wondercon, which is basically the dry run for SDCC. We saw the new RFID badges that SDCC will be using this year, and…

Weekend Review: More Than Just Batman v. Superman

This week saw the much-anticipated release of Batman v. Superman, but that’s not all we had to talk about! On Monday… Eve Golden Woods reviews Now Our Lives Are Stranger in Adventures in Small Games and Annie Bulloch cooks up some Super Girlfriend Guacamole in Cook Your Comics. Babies are so cute a-bubuuu! WWAC shares their favourite bundles…

Infinite Scroll Feature 1. Image from Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud.

Comics’ Infinite Scroll: To The Rim and Beyond

The launch of Stela, a new comics app which publishes titles optimized for the downward scrolling function of smartphones, has kicked up some talk about Scott McCloud’s Reinventing Comics. Published in 2000 as a sequel to Understanding Comics, Reinventing Comics considers the kinds of innovations that McCloud believed would advance the medium. He paid particular attention to…

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