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Turncoat: A Webcomic Worth Every Click

I’m not the most avid reader of webcomics. I know there is a world out there full of great and entertaining books just waiting for me, but I guess I’m just old school. I like the physical things in my hands. I collect comics, so the very...
by Black Ship Books on Feb 22, 2016

The 2016 100 — or — How to Build a Better Casey

I can’t even lie, guys — coming up with a list of 100 goals for the fourth year in a row was hard — ridiculously so. I’m a very different me than I was when The 2013 100 came out, back when free time was still an abundant commodity...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 3, 2016

The 2016 100 — or — How to Build a Better Casey

I can’t even lie, guys — coming up with a list of 100 goals for the fourth year in a row was hard — ridiculously so. I’m a very different me than I was when The 2013 100 came out, back when free time was still an abundant commodity...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 3, 2016

Sunday Comics: Jerk Bastards Must Die

Welcome to Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon. Read more... The post Sunday Comics: Jerk Bastards Must Die appeared first on dimianta.

C U Next Tuesday

Do you like noir?  Like horror? Like good imaginative concepts involving new and classical monsters? C U Next Tuesday is the perfect webcomic for you then!  Written and created by Sal Brucculeri and illustrated and lettered by Ibai Canales, this co...
by Black Ship Books on Jan 28, 2015

A Spectrum Of Experience – A Short Introduction To Khaos Komix

Comics about minorities run the risk of falling into two categories – soap boxes for the writer or works that fetishize the cast at the cost of characterization. Neither of these two options make particularly compelling reading. The first is tedio...
by Black Ship Books on Jan 23, 2015

Miasma, Page Two

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by Black Ship Books on Oct 21, 2014

Miasma, Page One

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by Black Ship Books on Oct 19, 2014

Miasma, Page 1

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by Black Ship Books on Oct 19, 2014

The Less than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal

May 16, 2008 – In the span of a single day, Amal calls off his arranged marriage, comes out as gay to his conservative parents, promptly gets disowned, goes on a bender… and wakes up the next morning to find TJ, a lanky, dreadlocked vagra...
by Black Ship Books on Sep 19, 2014

6 Addictive Webcomics To Binge-Read

A lot of people are getting into comics lately. I don’t read a ton of traditional comics but I’ve been into webcomics for awhile now. While some webcomics, like XKCD, are a series of standalone comics that often focus on … Continued...
by Book Riot on Aug 28, 2014

Under the Flesh: Zombies Attack Kickstarter

Independent comic book creator Gilbert Deltres, with artist J.L. Giles, are set to launch their first Kickstarter, for Zombie Comic Under the Flesh.It’s been two months since Desolation Day, when an unknown male-specific virus ravaged the world, de...
by Black Ship Books on Jul 2, 2014

Black Ship Interviews Shujaaz.fm’s DJ B

Shujaaz.fm is a Digital Emmy-winning multimedia project based in Kenya, incorporating radio broadcasts, comic books, and digital content into an overarching narrative targeted toward Kenya’s youth, tackling sometimes serious social issues in a...
by Black Ship Books on Jun 20, 2014

Black Ship Interviews Curtis Lawson

Black Ship Books: Tell us about your history as a creator, Curtis. When was your first published work? Curtis Lawson: I began making comics in 2007. My first book was a non-costumed, super power story called Kincaid. After getting a very kind rejecti...
by Black Ship Books on Jun 2, 2014

Black Ship Interviews Adam Masterman

Some frames from Echo’s graphic novel pitch. Adam Masterman is the creator (writer-artist) of Echo Callaway and the Mists of Pelleon, an all-ages adventure webcomic, as well as the graphic-novel-in-progress Oracle. You can check out more of Ada...
by Black Ship Books on May 26, 2014

Around the Web April 11, 2014

In a rather surprising announcement yesterday, Comixology announced that they are becoming a subsidiary of Amazon. The digital comics outlet has made quite the name for itself the last few years, and even has the distinction of being the highest R...
by Therefore I Geek on Apr 11, 2014

Webcomic Review: The Outrunners

The Outrunners Written by Jonathan Gelatt Illustrated by Andrew Krahnke The Outrunners Comic Release Date: Ongoing, Weekly Cover Price: Free I’ve never checked out many webcomics, but when I read the synopsis for The Outrunners, I knew I had to gi...
by Geeks of Doom on Mar 18, 2014

#100HappyDays — Day 28 — Content Generation Like it’s 2003!

It was my son’s 4-month “birthday” today, but I barely got to see him. In a day preceded by three hours of sleep, fraught with everything from a site crash to slow progress with work things due to the March Break coworker exodus to...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Mar 10, 2014

#100HappyDays — Day 28 — Content Generation Like it’s 2003!

It was my son’s 4-month “birthday” today, but I barely got to see him. In a day preceded by three hours of sleep, fraught with everything from a site crash to slow progress with work things due to the March Break coworker exodus to...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Mar 10, 2014

#100HappyDays — Day 28 — Content Generation Like it’s 2003!

It was my son’s 4-month “birthday” today, but I barely got to see him. In a day preceded by three hours of sleep, fraught with everything from a site crash to slow progress with work things due to the March Break coworker exodus to...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Mar 10, 2014


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