This week on View from the Gutters the topic is Scud: The Disposable Assassin, the seminal indie work by Rob Schrab (with some help from Community creator and friend Dan Harmon)
This week, the Saturday Seven takes a look at how busy the folks at DC kept the folks responsible for the "counter" and what the biggest stories were for the year.
We take a slightly different turn today with an interview with craftsman and designer Manny Quinones. We'll discuss his kickstarter effeorts to bring to the masses the art of upcyled functioning illumination aka The Abominable Dock Lamp!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
A look at the comic book references and Easter Eggs from last night's episode.
On this episode of the podcast, Eric is joined by artist Jeremy Rathbone to talk about his very cool kickstarter project Munkie Revolution.
"It was an incredibly complex and extremely stressful process, but it's one I came away from with a whole bunch of new friends."
Join in on the discussion of the latest episode and mid-season finale of The Walking Dead.
The polls are open!
And she would’ve gotten away with it if it weren’t for those meddling ponies!
Indy Hunter Interview:Kickstarter talk with Amy Leigh Strickland and The Indie Guide to Indie PublishingBy J.M. Hunter in ZineSmiths on November 30, 2013
We talk with Amy Leigh Strickland about an awesome kickstarter for The Indie Guide to Indie Publishing!
This week on View from the Gutters the topic is Kingdom Come, the classic series by Alex Ross and Mark Waid.
Is there a big geek on your gift list? We can help.
Jeremy Johnson shares with us his process for creating an issue of "Marked", a matchbook sized mini comic published by the Silber Media crew!
Helping Geek Guys figure out what the hell to get their lady friends while avoiding the crazy holiday shopping lines.
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