This week on View from the Gutters the topic is Strange Attractors, by Charles Soule. An amazing original graphic novel about math wizards who save New York!
Everynow and then the Indy Hunter's conciousness goes to war with his common sense. Find out why Indy's pazzing out about format and intentions with Mini-comics and trying new things.
Brian John Mitchell has been on our show a few times now talking about his custom Mini-comics the size of Match-books! Now, with our review, we will actually put them to the test and after burn their success, on the Indy-5-Ohh!
A look at the Easter eggs and comic book references from last night's episode.
In-DIY-Between The Lines Featuring Ben"Neb"Girven! Neb's here to walk you through his process of doing his awesome vesrion sketch cards!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode of the podcast, Eric sits down with Jeremy and good friend Chris (From Dark Avenger Inc) to talk about recent comic news, Power Rangers lost in space, Thor 2, Agents of Shield, X-factor, why Annilihilation is so good and just so much more!
Our very own Strict is back with his unique particular brand of rants and interesting insights of the intricacies around him! Agree with him? Want to debate him? Never thought of it that way before? Ahhh I see what you mean! All of that and a bad ass bag of Strict!
Celebrate the X-Men's 50th anniversary with RU and WIFE!
Hellboy... a being from the depths of hell, and still clowns can scare the shit out of em!
Army of Barkness, y'all.
Guess who's back?
In-DIY-Between The Lines is back this time with Webcomics and Cartoonist of "On The Grind" Geo Gant! Witness as one of Hound Comic's very own, Geo shows us his process for making one of his strips, step by step, pixel by pixel. A treat not to be missed!
The polls are open!
Welcome to the first offering of The Indy Showcase in which we are proud to bring you Author and Poet Alex Ness in a brand new column, A Poet's Mind. From the words of Mr. Ness himself!
This week on View from the Gutters the topic is the very cool Supermarket, by Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson.
This year the jealous, er joyous holiday had an astonishing 8% presence. By 2018 Halloween experts project the Christmas presence to be ubiquitous. Even more shocking, experts have also forecasted that by 2020 Halloween will no longer even exist.
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