Latest | Comix View by: Series

Beacon Lights: Stunt Diesel The Prince

by George Jurard

Beacon Lights by Minneapolis cartoonist George Jurard, is a series of loosely inter-locking stories that take place over the course of 200 years. Throughout our lives, we are perpetually in the act of pursuit. We are always seeking something in the distance— a beacon, a light, that calls us to action. But, each action has […]

Read More 0 Comments

Beacon Lights: Idiot Box

by George Jurard

Beacon Lights by Minneapolis cartoonist George Jurard, is a series of loosely inter-locking stories that take place over the course of 200 years. Throughout our lives, we are perpetually in the act of pursuit. We are always seeking something in the distance— a beacon, a light, that calls us to action. But, each action has […]

Read More 0 Comments

The Reception: He Who Lurks…

by Mario Candelaria

Perspective is the one distinguishing aspect of life that truly makes us alone in a crowd. Other people in attendance at a particular event or function around you might see what you see, hear what you hear, but their experiences leading up to, during, and after is what may isolate their lives from yours. Shared events and […]

Read More 0 Comments

SCHMUCK 13: Night at the Museum

by Seth Kushner

Noah Van Sciver was born in 1984 in New Jersey. He first came to readers’ attention with his comic book series Blammo, which earned him an Ignatz award nomination in 2010. His work has appeared in the Denver alt-weekly Westword, Mad Magazine, and multiple graphic anthologies including Mome and The Best American comics 2011. His […]

Read More 2 Comments

Hey, Mister: Pissed Christ

by Guest Contributor

Pete Sickman-Garner was born into a closed religious community in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. He and his older sister were raised by missionary parents dedicated to bringing word of the one true G-D to the darkest corners of the globe. A brief affair with his animist nanny forced a family rift (they were later reconciled in […]

Read More 2 Comments

Beacon Lights: A Professional

by George Jurard

Beacon Lights by Minneapolis cartoonist George Jurard, is a series of loosely inter-locking stories that take place over the course of 200 years. Throughout our lives, we are perpetually in the act of pursuit. We are always seeking something in the distance— a beacon, a light, that calls us to action. But, each action has […]

Read More 0 Comments

Blood + Brains

by Dean Haspiel

BLOOD + BRAINS by Jeffrey Burandt and Dean Haspiel was first published in December of 2012 in Image Comics’ Creator Owned Heroes #7, which you can buy now, digitally, on Comixology by clicking HERE. Pitched as a full-length graphic-novel, Blood + Brains takes the “vampires vs. zombies” premise, and pushes it to a whole new, […]

Read More 5 Comments

SCHMUCK 12: THE PARTY

by Seth Kushner

Jon Allen grew up in Connecticut and lives in Brooklyn. He is currently working on the third and final part of his graphic novel, Vacationland. His comics are distributed online by Secret Acres. “SCHMUCK has a heart underneath its gritty crude input from main character Adam Kessler’s friends, a belief that love will find you […]

Read More 7 Comments

The Reception: Youthful Aggression

by Mario Candelaria

Perspective is the one distinguishing aspect of life that truly makes us alone in a crowd. Other people in attendance at a particular event or function around you might see what you see, hear what you hear, but their experiences leading up to, during, and after is what may isolate their lives from yours. Shared events and […]

Read More 0 Comments

The Red Hook

by Dean Haspiel

THE RED HOOK is Dean Haspiel’s love letter to Brooklyn, NY and homage to the truncated storytelling and limited color palette of the Golden Age of superhero pulp noir. A 21st Century wink to the 1960s styles of Alex Toth, Will Eisner, C.C. Beck, and Jack Kirby by way of Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, and […]

Read More 18 Comments

SCHMUCK 11: The Lapdate

by Seth Kushner

Read past installments of SCHMUCK Christa Cassano is a Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator who recently came into comics by way of a residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Christa is a member of Hang Dai studios in Gowanus, Brooklyn and the comics collective Studio Yolo.  Look for her comic “Lonesome Vibrato” in the […]

Read More 5 Comments

AQUANAUTS – PREVIEW

by Jef UK

100 years in the future, humans travel the oceans in fish-shaped space-ships.  What cities survive are submerged.  Days are dark across the globe, dust and smoke from the asteroid’s impact clouding the atmosphere. These seas are ruled by the Aquanauts, the offspring of an experimental, underwater research lab and military training base launched off the […]

Read More 0 Comments