J.M. Hunter is best expressed as an artist who enjoys working in many mediums. One of them is writing. In the guise of InDiY Hunter, J.M. Hunter’s focus is as an independent comics creator who interviews other Independent artists/creators and showcases their personal ideologies and stories. The “hits” and “almost-got’ems” of the creative collective that do their craft not because it’ll make them rich but because they love what they do, even when they don’t is a special kind of magic. This is the reward that keeps on giving and J.M. Hunter likes it. HE LIKES IT!
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!
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!
To Launch our new segment In-DIY-Between The Lines, Bam Too! Layout assistant Evette brings to the Outhousers/ZineSmiths her other passion and craftmaking. Introducing "Evette Makes Things!"
Indy Hunter interviews the Dynamic Duo of the fan-favorite comic and ABC Family Television Cult Hit, The Middleman! Back with a new book and a new Indiegogo Campaign!
Indy Hunter gets to chat with the very busy but always hospitable Dirk Manning about his Kickstarter campaign to bring his widely-popular Tales of Mr. Rhee to print. Finally because you demanded it!
The Indy Hunter talks to director Patricio Ginelsa about Lumpia, Whilce Portacio, and the soon-to-be decided fate of a Lumpia sequel on Kickstarter!
The Indy Hunter speaks with Mini-Matchbook maker of comics Brian John Mitchell about his current Kickstarter Campaign to light the Mini-comics world on fire!
Comics veteran Pat Broderick takes time out of his busy schedule to talk with us about his latest project: Nibiru and the Legend of The Annunaki!
Pinwheel Press' Man Of God is looking to publish through Kickstarter, is it worth your money? Hunter finds out.
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