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How many panels do you need ? (bis)

I ask you again, how many panels are necessary to explain the ease of your amazing new method for learning music? And how much text ould you add to the comic? These pages were lifted from Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 … Continue reading

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2000AD Minifigs need to happen

While browsing around on his Flickr stream after discovering his amazing Iron Giant, I came across this proposal for Lego 2000AD Minifigs that Ken Levell did a couple of years ago. Talk about complete – the list even includes Zombo. … Continue reading

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How many panels do you need?

If you want to explain your fabulous new and cheap product in a comic format, how many panels do you need? Would 3 suffice, or do you really need 4 ? These ads were published in Real Clue Crime Stories, … Continue reading

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Strips Stamps Done Right

Back when the US Postal Services decided to celebrate America’s classic comic strips with a set of post stamps, Mad Magazine‘s Steve Greenberg gave them a run for their money. This is what the stamps should have been like. (From … Continue reading

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Iris the Mermaid has a comic!

By now everybody should have read or at least seen Sarah McIntyre and Philip Reeve’s book, Oliver and the Seawigs; it’s that awesome. However, if you want to get a taste of what the book is like, you may want to try … Continue reading

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Be the hero, wear the hood

Even though they’re gramatically borderline pidgin, I like the art (and the message) in these pro bono campaigns by Aquatro (Brazil).  Artwork by Dudu Fonseca. (via Ads of the World)

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Asterix Ex-Libris

Astérix Chez Les Pictes, which was published in October of 2013, was the first story about the little Gaul for which the art was not by series co-creator Albert Uderzo, but rather by Didier Conrad. As is quite often the … Continue reading

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