Tag Archives: RETURN OF THE SUPER PIMPS
Issues Super Pimps SET #1-6 $5.99 USD Super Pimps #1 $1.99 USD Super Pimps #2 $1.99 USD Super Pimps #3 $1.99 USD Super Pimps #4 $1.99 USD Super Pimps #5 $1.99 USD Super Pimps #6 $1.99 USD RETURN OF THE SUPER PIMPS #1 Dial “P” for Pimp! Meet Blackbeard, Foxy Mama, Ghetto Blaster, Homeboy, and […]
I have had the privilege to speak on a few Indie comics/self-publishing panels at Comic-Con over the years, one question invariably comes up: “What one piece of advice would you offer aspiring comics creators?” The other panelists usually share some very helpful and sage bit of insight on selecting an artist or creating a relatable […]
We resume our series of local comics talent this week with a name that should be familiar to regular readers of BuyIndieComics.com: our very own perpetrator of Cosmic Mutiny, Andre Q. Owens (I have no idea if “Q.” is his middle initial or not, but I added it for emphasis years ago during a rare […]
During a recent trip to Disneyland with my family (despite my previous vow never return to Anaheim – ever!), I was struck by a strange duality in the Happiest Place on Earth. Now, I am far from a Disney historian, although I do possess more than a passing familiarity with the parks’ histories and Imagineering […]
3-Page Previews Presents Return of the Super Pimps #1 – buy it here. During the 1970s, The Hood was the place to be. Its streets were safe, soul music filled the air, and every neighbor was “Black and Proud!”, all thanks to their local protectors, The Super Pimps: Backbeard! Foxy Mama! Homeboy! Ghetto Blaster! Sidekick!
Welcome back, Indie effendis, to another of our interviews with members of the Los Angeles comics scene. This week, retailer Henry Mardiroussian chats with us about that greatest of non-denominational holidays, FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. Henry is the Manager extraordinaire at my local comic shop, Legacy Comics & Cards, conveniently located in scenic downtown Glendale, […]
DIGITAL COMICS! These are the watchwords of the day, as everyone from the BigTwo to Mark Waid contemplates what this new paperless format means for our beloved medium, not just in terms of distribution, but also in terms of new storytelling opportunities. I mean, the future is limitless, right? At least, that’s what I thought […]