• 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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  • Interview with AMELIA COLE co-writers D.J. Kirkbride & Adam P. Knave

    Interview with AMELIA COLE co-writers D.J. Kirkbride & Adam P. Knave0

    If you haven’t been reading Amelia Cole you don’t know what you’re missing out on! This fun, all ages comic full of magic and dragons features a really down to earth female lead and great adventure. I’d like to welcome the awesome co-writers of Amelia Cole— D.J. Kirkbride and Adam P. Knave!  Introduce yourselves, guys.

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  • Interview with StrangelyKatie0

    Katie O’Neill, known on the internet as StrangelyKatie, is a cartoonist currently working on the webcomic The Girl From Hell City. In her portfolio there are amazing strong female protagonists, badass princesses, and monster girls. A resident of New Zealand, she’s been sharing her comics for a couple of years now and was able to

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  • Stephanie O’Donnell interview0

    Stephanie O’Donnell is a long-established webcomic artist currently working with Greg Carter on Perfect Agent. You might know her work from the Original Nutty Funsters, or you may remember her post Part of the Problem on our own site a while back. Like many of our readers and featured interviewees, Stephanie is eager to demolish the

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  • Interview with Hope Nicholson and Rachel Richey of the Nelvana of the Northern Lights Kickstarter2

    Hope Nicholson and Rachel Richey are mere hours away from seeing their Kickstarter campaign to reprint the Canadian WWII-era comics featuring Nelvana of the Northern Lights come to a close. One of the first female superheroes to hit comics, Nelvana was the creation of Canadian artist Adrian Dingle, with connections to Inuit culture and Group

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  • Interview With Dean Trippe3

    Dean Trippe is the kind of creator with such an obvious passion for comics, it’s enough to make the most dedicated of fans feel lazy. We all dislike a character costume at some point, but have you ever inspired a campaign of redesigns amongst fellow artists and fans like Dean Trippe did?  I would love

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