• Previously On Comics: Law and Communication

    Previously On Comics: Law and Communication0

    • December 11, 2017

    Superheroes are apparently not the only figures in comics that are difficult to kill, as Brian Michael Bendis announced this weekend that he had nearly been felled from a surprise MRSA infection. Shortly after signing his exclusive contract with DC, the writer was hospitalized, where he’s spent the entire last week. Good job on not dyin’,

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  • Rulebreakers: Billy Johnson and His Duck Explore Lettering

    Rulebreakers: Billy Johnson and His Duck Explore Lettering0

    Billy Johnson and His Duck are Explorers is a comic by cartoonist Mathew New, running here and there online and in print since about 2011. The premise is simple; it’s exactly as the title suggests. Billy and Barrace explore your classic pulp fiction ruins, chatting together as they go. It’s simple, but not emotionally simplistic. Map

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  • Previously on Comics: Another Big 3 Manga Bids Adieu

    Previously on Comics: Another Big 3 Manga Bids Adieu0

    Hello readers! How was your weekend? Have you been binging on the Olympics like I’ve been? If you have, it’s time to take a break and check out the week in comics headlines. I thought this day would never come, but it has apparently arrived. Bleach is ending at the end of August. It looks

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  • Kickstarter of the Week: forgive me, it’s a Patreon

    Kickstarter of the Week: forgive me, it’s a Patreon0

    • March 14, 2014

    Paul Duffield’s work–with Warren Ellis writing and Kate Brown colouring–on Freakangels won him not one, but two Eagle awards. Freakangels is available in collected editions, released by legitimate publishers, but it is and was available page by page online, for free. That’s becoming a more common practice for creator-owned projects, and it’s the same model

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