Amanda is grumpy and crunchy on the outside with a warm squishy center comprised primarily of human organs. Much like a cat, she is easily distracted by pretty colors or flashy bits of foil. If Amanda notices that you’re busy enjoying yourself, she will start complaining and sit on your keyboard until you pay attention to her. By day she wrangles numbers from a cubicle, by night she sleeps, and by weekends… she also sleeps. She believes that comics can be enjoyed by everyone and looks forward to proving that hypothesis. She just barely does the twitter thing as @hermitiancat, but that's a good place to find her.
The collected Grumpy Cat comics are ideal for children with shorter attention spans and adults who can only stop crying for 5 minutes at time between various political controversies.
... and then read it again the day after. And keep reading it until it starts making sense.
Escape from reality and enter a world where everything is beautiful and comic books are free.
A quick interview with renaissance woman Sanya Anwar, who writes, pencils, inks, colors, letters, and distributes the delightful ongoing series 1001
From the writer of TRANSMETROPOLITAN, another book that's pretty good, so you should buy it if you feel like.
Wolf of Wall Street meets Deadpool in this economically-conscious superhero parody.
Vampirella #1 is superficial in the best way, with a fun story and cute characters.
Snowfall #1 is dangerously close to being style over substance, while advertising itself as a challenging political thriller, attacking environmental irresponsibility and corporate personhood.
An adamantium anniversary review of the modern classic 12 Reasons Why I Love Her
A shark is eating people and Alice Cooper is a fucking tree.
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