Now you officially have no excuse not to start reading Lumberjanes, Princess Ugg, Stumptown, Southern Bastards, or any of the 26 titles that digital comics distributor Comixology mixology is offering for free today in honor of National...Show More Summary
Not to be confused with Free Comic Book Day, September 25 is National Comic Book Day, which celebrates comics across America.
Today (Sept. 25) is National Comic Book Day! Along with Free Comic Book Day, observed on the first Saturday in May, these are the two major annual events dedicated to promoting and celebrating our enduring love affair with comic books. Show More Summary
I heard a comic say last night that instead of gluten free loaves, she would have free gluten -- which is actually what I've been doing when I offer samples at book talks. Maybe I'll put up a sign: "free gluten." But it's not simply gluten I write about, rather all the facets of what it akes to make great bread. Show More Summary
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund sent out a link-laden piece of PR about their paricipation in this year's celebration of free speech, Banned Books Week. It reads as follows:From September 21st to September 27th, hundreds of eventsShow More Summary
The American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression will celebrate Banned Books Week from September 21st to September 27th. The organization plans to shine a spotlight on graphic novels and comics. Judith Platt, chair of the Banned...Show More Summary
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has assembled a bunch of different cases in which they're involved and/or (it might just be and) closely watching in terms of ramifications for free speech and comics. You can read about them here. I'll hope you consider joining at one of the busy slate of Fall conventions that will fire up beginning next weekend.
IN AN OPEN, free Super Session hosted by The Washington Post’s “Comic Riffs” columnist/cartoonist Michael Cavna, such headlining graphic novelists as Jeff Smith and Bryan Lee O’Malley will talk about their art as part of the National Book Festival’s first-ever Graphic Novel Night — at 6 p.m. Show More Summary
The world of comic books is often thought to just be the domain of dark gritty violence or melodramatic superhero fights, but there's another side of comics.: a fun-loving, thoughtful place we call Riverdale. It's the place where Archie lives. For...
A great selection of comics today from Sin City to Batman to art books. Read more...
The winners of the 2014 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards have been announced. Follow the links below for free samples of books by some of the winners. Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples won the prize for “Best Continuing Series” for Saga. Show More Summary
Just about everything in San Diego has an advertisement for some TV show, movie, or comic book during International Comic-Con, even the San Diego International Airport baggage claim carousels now feature ads for TNT's new show Legends. Show More Summary
Doctor Who Legacy, the popular free mobile game based on the even more popular BBC sci-fi TV series, will be getting some new content very soon, thanks to the launch of the two new Doctor Who comic books from Titan Books.
What if you could see your everyday life, your house, your street, your school, your family as a sketch up, a cartoon, a comic book? Paper Camera delivers instant gratification, amazes you, and it can do it anywhere, at anytime. JFDP Labs have developed many photography apps and their main focus has always been to be on the cutting edge of mobile camera/photography technology. 1
You may already know Madefire’s Motion Book, the free iPad app that lets you view all those fast-action, interactive digital comic books with 360-degree panoramic views, music, sound effects and your choice of motion transport. Today,...Show More Summary
Brett White reveals how he broke into the wild world of comic book journalism, and explains why he won't work for free.
Mark Driscoll and The Problem with Christianity: Mars Hill founder Mark Driscoll's next book, previously scheduled for publication this fall, has been delayed at least through next year. Maybe with Driscoll's ongoing plagiarism problem...Show More Summary
DC Comics is celebrating 75 years of the Dark Knight with a free comic book. On July 23, a.k.a. Batman Day, DC
It's a name, an event, a label, and even a comic or two. If you've seen Dark Horse's Project Black Sky — and given that the first comic was the best offering at this past Free Comic Book Day, I hope you have — you've entered into a complex world of heroes. Here's what you need to know. Read more...
So far, we at Cult of Mac have not been big fans of Amazon’s acquisition of ComiXology. Although we’ve previously praised them as the iTunes of comic books, the first thing the e-shopping giant did upon purchasing Comixology was stop … Read more ›