Webcomics are a great way to get int the comic medium, accessible to everyone and usually free of charge. CBR has a few suggestions for you to enjoy! The post 15 Webcomics You NEED To Be Reading appeared first on CBR.
East L.A.'s first comic con, a book event with Jeffrey Tambor, Pasadena's annual big, free LitFest, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for $10 or less.
Today’s comic by Matt Bors is Our bizarre new reality: Good news: Chelsea Manning, the transgender Army private who passed a trove of sensitive government documents to WikiLeaks in 2010, walked out of the disciplinary barracks at Fort...Show More Summary
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Free Comic Book Day adventure in Dimension X continues in an all-new event from IDW Publishing. The post EXCLUSIVE: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Helm Weekly Event Series appeared first on CBR.
While we don't have English translations, we can still direct you to 30 free pages of the Splatoon CoroCoro comic. It's interesting in and of itself to see what the comic is like! Check out the pages here.
Free comic books, events and more to celebrate the Amazon Princess The post DC Sets Wonder Woman Day for June 3 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Orange Public Library is hosting its first-ever Comic-Con this weekend. Comic, fantasy and science-fiction aficionados of all ages are invited to attend the free event, featuring contests, giveaways, crafts and much more. Comic artists and authors will be on-hand to showcase their works. The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Orange Public Library. -Denisse Salazar […]
Scott Free and Big Barda stand, Mister Miracle rises! DC Comics' Mister Miracle #1 by Tom King & Mitch Gerads. In stores August 9th, 2017. The post Mister Miracle #1 appeared first on CBR.
Dr. Omen’s deadly first experiment, the original New Super-Man of China, frees himself! DC Comics' New Super-Man #11 by Gene Luen Yang & Billy Tan. The post New Super-Man #11 appeared first on CBR.
Matt Furie laid his iconic frog to rest on Free Comic Book Day, but that doesn't mean the Internet will allow Pepe the rest in peace. The post Pepe the Frog is Dead; Unfortunately, You Can’t Kill a Meme appeared first on CBR.
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and sends up Free Comic Book Day? SpongeBob Squarepants! The post Spongebob FCBD Story Includes Biting Comics Industry Criticism appeared first on CBR.
Today’s comic by Tom Tomorrow is Confederacy of sociopaths: What you missed on Sunday Kos … A free press: Party two—The politics of the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, by Susan Grigsby Sorry, Zombie Trumpcare, but that's not freedom, by...Show More Summary
THERE’S A twist on the old saying that goes: “If you love something, set it free. If it doesn’t come back, hunt it down and kill it.” Over the weekend, cartoonist Matt Furie aimed to flat-line his most infamous comics creation, Pepe the Frog, because the “chillaxin’ ” stoner toad had become a symbol of […]
Pepe the Frog is dead. Cartoonist Matt Furie made it official by drawing Pepe in an open casket. The funeral parlor scene was part of a single-page strip he created for Fantagraphics’ “World’s Greatest Comics” to mark Free Comic Book...Show More Summary
This year's Free Comic Book Day offerings have had some staples, a few surprises, and at least one crazy reveal. Let me know what you grabbed this year! More »
"You never really stop collecting comics, you just stop getting stuff for a while." The aftermath of Free Comic Book Day.
Spare a thought for poor Matt Furie, a wonderful indie comics creator whose Boys' Club comics featured a lovable frog called Pepe that was adopted by the neofascist movement (the so-called "alt-right") as a symbol for racism, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia and misogyny. (more…)
Pepe the Frog's creator is none too happy about white supremacists co-opting his art, and he let everyone know it in Fantagraphics' Free Comic Book Day offering.
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This year’s Free Comic Book Day offerings have had some staples, a few surprises, and at least one crazy reveal. Sadly, I’ve been stuck behind a desk for the past eight hours, so I will be living vicariously through all of your amazing finds. Let me know what you grabbed this year! Read more...