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3-Page Previews: Hacktivity #2

Hacktivity #2 by Ovi Demetrian Jr, writer and James Whynot, artist Shawn Harris has just received a get-out-of-jail free card. His new hacker friends who busted him out show him how the situation goes even further than he knows. Now he has to decide whether to continue on the run or join the team to […]

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They’re not your typical band of high fantasy adventurers: Hannah the Rockabilly Elven Mage, Violet the Hipster Dwarven Fighter, Dee the Atheist Human Cleric, and Betty the Hippy Hafling Thief. These women are the stars of the new Image Comics/Shadowline series RAT QUEENS, and they’re the deadliest grog-guzzling, death-dealing, battle-maidens-for-hire in Palisade.

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Subculture Omnibus by Kevin Freeman and Stan Yang

“Write what you know” is a reoccurring mantra within the literary world, and Kevin Freeman has taken that to heart.  Starting in 2006, Freeman along with illustrator Stan Yang, created Subculture, initially a series of four individual issues and then an ongoing webcomic.  All of these elements, plus many other extras, are now culled together […]

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reMIND Volume 1 and 2 by Jason Brubaker

Being a bit behind can sometimes be a helpful thing.  If you are a reader/viewer, then it often allows you to enjoy the entirety of a series at once, such as I did recently with reMIND Volume 1 and 2.  And if you are a creator, such as Jason Brubaker, being behind means that the […]

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Oh Hell, I Wanted More, It’s a Webcomic?

Oh, Hell reminds me that the world of indie/online/web comics is exciting. It’s an exploration space, the never-ending imagination of creative minds that often struggle to generate the same excitement that I had the first time I read certain comics back in the day. Based on the teaser Oh, Hell, is… well, a Hell of an attempt to […]

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Print vs Digital and You

The issue at the forefront these days is print vs. digital comics. This week’s article isn’t about that. My main concern is simply this: How do the changes affect Indie Creators and how can we take advantage of it? Digital publishing has been made easier and more accessible for Indie Creators by companies such as […]

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Free Comic Book Day: A Crash Course in Mini-Comics!

Tomorrow is Free Comic Book Day; a Christmas in May for comics fans. Originally coordinated to boost comic book orders and sales, Indie Comic creators can (and should!) take this opportunity to get their work in front of potential fans. Outside of comics conventions, there will few times that large numbers of people actively seek […]

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