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  • SCHMUCK Preview: The Hook-Up

    by Seth Kushner

    Chapter One of SCHMUCK , Beers, Babes and Bowel Movements (art by Kevin Colden) was designed to introduce readers to Adam Kessler and his situation.  We learn of his recent break-up and how he is handling it.  Last months’s Chapter Two, The Burning (art by Bobby Timony) had Adam dealing with the loss of his [...]

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    CBI interviews Jennifer Hayden

    by Jennifer Hayden

    Our very own, Jennifer Hayden, of S’CRAPBOOK and Underwire fame was interviewed extensively by Comic Book Interviews!      

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    Literary Death Match 6-Year Anniversary

    by Dean Haspiel

    I have been chosen to be one of four “reading pugilists” at the 6-Year Anniversary of Literary Death Match on March 6th in NYC at The Back Room. I will be bucking the LDM norm and read one of my rock ‘em sock ‘em comix. Please come, judge, and enjoy! –Dean Haspiel New York City [...]

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    LEAPING TALL BUILDINGS ON LA TIMES: HERO COMPLEX

    by Seth Kushner

    My upcoming book, LEAPING TALL BUILDINGS: The Origins of American Comics was recently featured on LA Times: Hero Complex.  The feature, “Joe Simon and Jack Kirby: Secret Origins of a Classic Tandem” excerpts from the Simon an Kirby section of the book and utilizes my photo of Simon, Christopher Irving’s text and classic art from [...]

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    TRIP CITY roundtable – Part 2 at Forbidden Planet International

    by Dean Haspiel

      TRIP CITY would like to thank Matthew Badham, Joe Gordon, and Nick Abadzis, for sparking an intensive yet highly enjoyable and entertaining, two-part TRIP CITY roundtable at the Forbidden Planet International blog. Part 1 Part 2 Here are a few excerpts from Part 2: “I am still surprised by the offerings on TRIP CITY [...]

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    LEAPING TALL BUILDINGS in Flaunt

    by Seth Kushner

    My upcoming book, LEAPING TALL BUILDINGS: The Origins of American Comics was named by Flaunt Magazine as the #1 pick of their current Baker’s Dozen. The book tells the history of comics through 50 creator profiles, and represents a four-year labor-of-love for me and writer Christopher Irving.  Look for it in May from powerHouse Books, [...]

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    Next Week on *the Headless Boy*

    by Jef UK

    Next Wednesday, 2/29/12, Thomas plays by the creek with his new friend Suzy, and the two children face a swarm of Immaculate Frogs emerging from the woods.  Seriously, glowing frogs? And what’s going to happen when Thomas unleashes the nightmares that live in his box?  Find out in Episode 3 of Thomas the Headless Boy, by Aaron Bir and [...]

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    LATE CAMBRIAN: “ND PASSERBY”

    by TRIP CITY Podcast featured song

    Late Cambrian is an indie rock band out of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. John N Wlaysewski (Flying Machines, The Attorneys) convened with Colin Schiller (Drummer) in January of 2011 to record what would become their debut album, The Last Concert. John played guitar, bass and synthesizer on this debut with Colin lending his drumming and percussion duties. The [...]

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    Mario Candelaria’s The Reception

    by Dean Haspiel

    Two years ago, Mario Candelaria, asked me if I would like to draw a three page chapter from his upcoming graphic novel, THE RECEPTION. I agreed and then a lot of jobs came between me and those three pages. I recently had a lull in my schedule and finally got to tackle that chapter. Here [...]

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    Glenn Eichler and Joe Infurnari Talk Mush! with Fictional Frontiers

    by Joe Infurnari

    Recently, Glenn Eichler and I spoke with Sohaib Awan of Fictional Frontiers about MUSH! Sled Dogs with Issues. Fictional Frontiers with Sohaib is a radio show on WNJC 1360AM in Philadelphia all about the fictional universes of novels, comics, television and film. In this recently broadcast interview Sohaib probes the mind of Glenn Eichler and [...]

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    Sequential Stutter: Art of Aaron Bir

    by Jef UK

    Let me start by saying something that I’ve been thinking a lot recently: Aaron Bir’s work is darn unique. This is the internet, so perhaps someone will show me wrong in the comments section below, but I have a hard time comparing Aaron’s work to anything I’ve seen in graphic fiction. [Journal Comix by Aaron [...]

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    A Bold New Era for RED LIGHT PROPERTIES

    by Dan Goldman
    A Bold New Era for RED LIGHT PROPERTIES

    Things have been awful quiet on the front-end of RED LIGHT PROPERTIES since October, but your favorite comicking-cat has been very busy behind the curtain. Allow me to introduce… THE NEW RED LIGHT PROPERTIES I’d been thinking for months about changing the RLP site from a serialization –based webcomics machine into a hub for digital [...]

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