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  • Webcomic Capsules — school, college and roommates

    Webcomic Capsules — school, college and roommates0

    Today’s Capsules is all about student life. Although I have to say our characters do anything but study–apparently, that’s not interesting material for a webcomic. High school, college, and even kidergarten, surely these students will find something interesting to do, such as solving mysteries like the Bad Machinery girls, fighting “villains” as our cute little

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  • Perpetual Flux authors talk about vampires, horror and webcomics

    Perpetual Flux authors talk about vampires, horror and webcomics0

    Perpetual Flux is a webcomic by Julie Olson and Kat Haynes, running since February 2012. The art catches the eye and invites the reader to enter a horrific story about blood-drinking creatures, death and mystery. The world they constructed is full of fantasy and steampunk references, the plot gets the reader turning pages frantically.

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  • Pichelli’s name almost disappears from USM book

    Pichelli’s name almost disappears from USM book3

    • January 2, 2014

    Double standards are not a big surprise in the comics industry. Less than 15% of the workers in the Big Two are female[1], but things get worse: when they do get a job, women earn less than men for doing the same job[2] and have to deal with harassment. And writers get more recognition than

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  • Webcomics Capsules: orphans, fantasy and unicorns

    Webcomics Capsules: orphans, fantasy and unicorns0

    Welcome to another round of webcomics short reviews! This week we have comedies and mysteries, newbies and long-runners. If you like fantasy, this is for you: disney-esque irony, fairy tales or medieval quests, they are all here. Camp Weedonwantcha KATIE RICE UPDATES: MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS GENRE: SURREAL DRAMEDY The premise of Camp Weedonwantcha is a

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