Monthly Archives: May 2009

Incredible Change Bots Trailer

Jeffrey Brown has posted his trailer for Incredible Change Bots. Can’t imagine a better way to get such a funny comic in front of so may people. More artists should make trailers for their comics and post them on Youtube. … Continue reading

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Jeff Smith Documentary!

The Cartoonist: Jeff Smith, Bone, and the Changing Face of Comics From the press release: The Cartoonist is a portrait of Columbus-based cartoonist and Bone-creator Jeff Smith and his impact on the field during the past 20 years. The Wexner … Continue reading

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A New Haven For Independent Comics

Sean Kleefield has an interesting article on his blog about a distribution channel that is available to independent comic creators and publishers. While Diamond seems to be the only game in town, there is a smaller outfit called Haven Distributors … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Continuity

In comics, continuity is a touchy subject. There are those people who feel that continuity is the law and should be obeyed at all times and at all costs. Then there are other people who feel that continuity is something … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Tugboat Press

I found the Tugboat Press booth at Stumptown to be quite the treat. In addition to the friendly staff, there was an amazing variety of comics on display. I picked up Papercutter #5 because it had a story by Julia … Continue reading

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