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I am simply in love with Grant Snider’s Incidental Comics. He’s discovered the secret of cramming a lifetime of truth in one simple comic page. They are so awesome, it’s frightening. Please, publishers, offer this guy a deal.
I’m not that much of a Halloween fan myself, but the short comic His Face All Red by illustrator and cartoonist Emily Carroll has everything you need. I particularly like the way Carroll uses a canvas that can hardly be … Continue reading
Amongst the flurry of Harvey Pekar obits, anecdotes and tributes, the Daily Cross Hatch presents the definite I Remember Pekar cartoon. With art by Pekar Project artist Joseph Remnant and words by DCH editor Brian Heater, this nails the occasion, … Continue reading
There’s not a lot to be said as yet about The Lore Of the Things, the new online comic by the Etherington Bros, but with only 7 days to go to the big kick-off, things are heating up ! (via … Continue reading
Much along the same lines as Garfield Minus Garfield, Jeff Ocean has posted a series of Calvin & Hobbes strips in which he removed the Hobbes character, or replaced it with its stuffed toy animal counterpart. While the result of … Continue reading
If you want to find out what’s the deal with this thing called “larping”, or had never heard of it but are strangely intrigued, head over to the British cartoon powerhouse Team Dynamite Lazer Beam’s Livejournal pages. He (she ? … Continue reading