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.
Unlettered preview art from the December issue
The Inhumans are plentiful. They are powerful. And now they are everywhere.
You think rain gives you a bad hair day? Think about what it does for flames.
'The quest for Nightcrawler' continues
TV is where it's at lately and the Weinstein Company is shifting focus.
Showrunner Scott Gimple talks about storylines coming to a head in the mid-season finale + new promo trailer for Sunday's episode.
Well, on the bright side, some religions have reacted a lot worse than this at offenses.
The new Avatar of the Green has something to prove, and he’s going to do it by killing Animal Man and/or destroying the world — not necessarily in that order!
There is no telling what else this man knows about the movie!
Your daily Star Wars rumor is brought to you courtesy of that old bucket of bolts, the Millennium Falcon.
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!
The Sleeper Agent has awoken!
I don't know if this is fake, or if I just want it to be.
Helping Geek Guys figure out what the hell to get their lady friends while avoiding the crazy holiday shopping lines.
The turkey has been eaten five times only to be brought back to life repeatedly.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with us as we liveblog the Macy's Parade.
We'd like to thank all our readers and wish them a Happy Turkey Day!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode of the podcast, Eric sits down with awesome Dark Horse Publicist Aub Driver.
The campaign allows women to send their boyfriends a letter convincing them to stop knitting and get an X-Box One.
Does Captain Fields have any humanity left?
The artist is apparently actually a giant tree person, which explains a lot.
Filled with a language you may or may not understand!
Forget X-Men! It's time for FLUKE-MEN!
Thumbing its nose at prudish rival Apple, Google is offering the mature rated Matt Fraction/Chip Zdarsky comic.
Audiences preferred dated stop motion animation and voice acting to the ABC drama.
I sure hope they're called "Nation-Turtles". I made that one up but it seemed apt.