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Robin Hood values are steeped in Dead Scholars’ Whispers and Shaderunners, two free heist webcomics. When the going gets tough, sometimes it’s necessary to take extreme measures. Robin Hood robbed the rich to give to the poor and a host of heist stories have since explored what it means to
Until Nintendo releases Animal Crossing: New Horizons on March 20, check out these webcomics. Despite a growing campaign asking Nintendo to release Animal Crossing: New Horizons Early in light of the developing coronavirus outbreak and encouragement for people to practice social distancing, it looks like the Switch game still won’t
Oni Press has announced three new print collections of popular webcomics, to be released this summer. Works of designers Kyle Latino, Branson Reeseand Rachel Dukes will all be presented in physical format for the first time. In May, Latino’s Young Adult Fantasy/Comedy Comic The dwarf’s wild beard will be collected.
As newspapers slip into the past, Sunday comics follow suit, leaving readers with one less source of comic relief in their daily lives. Fortunately, webcomics are picking up the cause, as hundreds of artists realize that their comics could gain traction online. In a world where you no longer have
More than 130,000 people attended Comic-Con International 2019: San Diego, and the number has grown every year since the first convention in 1970. Directors and actors from famous superhero adaptations have used this event to endorse and announce exclusive details for their upcoming projects. . As the convention’s popularity grew,
Webcomics/webtoons are amazing. Not only are they accessible and easy to read thanks to their vertical scrolling format, but IN COLOR. I’m a die-hard manga fan, but I prefer the experience of reading webtoons because I find them more practical and aesthetically pleasing. A few years ago, when I discovered
Webcomics are nothing new. They’re also not that up-and-coming thing I “need to tell you about.” They are part of the cultural pantheon, the nerdy landscape – launching successful careers, conventions and memes that have adorned everything from t-shirts to energy drinks. But sometimes, even when a comic genre is
Comics exist everywhere: in paperbacks, hardcover books, Sunday papers and, of course, on the Internet. A new collection from Comixology sheds light on the field of webcomics and the unique ways they are spreading across the internet. Hit Reblog: The comics that caught fire comes from Hope Nicholson and Megan
Webcomics are a great and fun thing to read online, especially when updated daily. Sometimes they even reach the end of their intended course. But what happens when authors wander off, lose focus, or disappear into the underground sphere of the Internet? There’s no guarantee of completion, and some projects
For many artists with a sense of humor, comic books are a no-brainer when it comes to visually expressing their ideas and feelings. Taking the form of sequential images with superimposed captions and speech bubbles, the narrative art form first became popular in America and Japan in the mid-20th century.
We’ve talked about indie comics and what they do for the LGBTA fan community… but what’s more indie than webcomics? Often the product of a single artist, webcomics offer a unique opportunity to showcase the queer community in all its glory. With hundreds of possible comics, this list barely scratches
The country of Arkerra is in turmoil. Trolls, goblins, gnolls and other “savage races” have banded together against the human empire of Gastonia and their allies. It’s to a band of adventurers who work to keep the peace. Do the Peacekeepers – Byron Hackenslasher the human berserker, Syr’nj the science-minded