[Our comic strip celebrates Alex Ferguson’s success as Aberdeen manager] [[text]] An error has occurred. Try Again. [[success]] E-mail address Register Sir Alex Ferguson’s incredible journey to becoming football’s greatest manager wouldn’t have seemed out of place in the pages of a comic book. Long before becoming a Knight of
Artists in comic costumes pose for photos during the 13th International Comics Festival in Algiers, Algeria, Dec. 26, 2021. The 13th Algiers International Comics Festival wrapped up in Algiers on Sunday, with Tunisia as guest of honour. “Renaissance” was the theme for this year’s festival, in reference to the restarting
COLUMN: Food for thought by Sandy Sutherland A FEW years ago we walked into the Scottish Antiques and Arts Center in Doune, near Callander. My wife could soon find herself among the antiques and I among the comics! Old copies of the Hotspur, Dandy, Beano… brought back childhood memories. Rev.
A JOHNSTONE couple used a much-loved comic book as inspiration for their latest display of festive lights. Jamie-Max Caldwell and Paige Morris decorated the facade of their Hagg Crescent home with wooden cutouts of characters from the Peanuts stories created by American cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. The stunning centerpiece shows
Draftsman’s work Kaitlin Chan may already be familiar to you if you are an avid reader of the New Yorker, which frequently features their comics. But even if you’ve read their work before, now’s a great time to revisit Chan’s thoughtful comics, readily available to read on his website. Kaitlin
The Pirate and the Princess tells the story of a princess kidnapped by a pirate. She goes on an adventure at sea and what she learns changes her world. The Pirate and the Princessby Sapphire, is a historical romance centered around two characters: Princess Kirianna of Altira, an optimistic, intelligent
With over a century of history, manga arrived in Argentina in 2000 with the rise of “comiquerías” over the previous decade and is now considered the best-selling comic genre in the country. . With branches in downtown Buenos Aires and the Belgrano neighborhood, Entelequia is considered one of the bookstores
Malachi Symonds in a banana plantation in Costa Rica (Photograph provided) When Malachi Symonds launched Paddle Popped Popcorn in 2014, it included small comics in the bag to engage younger customers. The technique worked. The kids loved the comic strip called The Story of Paddle Popped. But the updates came
Ryder tells the story of an LA musical sensation whose life changed completely after meeting a woman named Blithe at a coffee shop. Ryder is a webcomic by illustrator Austen Marie that she describe like a “Bisexual Rock N Roll Supernatural Romance. Ryder “Ry”, the protagonist of the comic, is
Cartoonist Azmi Hussin Kami SAGA The comic is now the longest running comic in the country, according to the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR). The Butterworth, Penang-born artist used 510 strips of paper (A4 size) to create the 151m long comic strip. On December 12, the Kami SAGA The comic
Fab, the Argentinian creator of Lesbiampires, tells the story of lesbian vampires who feed on humans to survive. Lesbiampires tells the story of lesbian vampires such as Daphne and Veronika. In this story, set in the current coronavirus pandemic, humans are the bad guys, with vampires having to eat them
The Webcomics Weekly returns after finally putting away that garish pumpkin spice and replacing the git with Candy Cane dust! That candy can dust is “Hellbound” which is also our new review of a comic written by Train to Busan writer Yeon Sangho. “Lavender Jack” is certainly in a tough
Featured from left to right: light pepper, Nash Sketch, The park, Hi this is Mubina, Weird Tales of Indian Girlsand Coco’s Diary. To wrap up my slice-of-life recommendations for 2021, I’ve rounded up my latest reads in the genre. The webcomics featured in this article are from WebToon and Tapas.
The offending comic was published in the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers on December 1. Rafu staff report Asian American readers have complained about The Los Angeles Times about a racial slur that appeared in one of his daily comic strips on Wednesday. The newspaper apologized and announced that
If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Footwear News may receive an affiliate commission. Heidi Klum advocated for cartoons as a high fashion motif in her latest Instagram post. The TV host posed for the camera today in a very dynamic ensemble.
odd worlds tells the story of Melria’s escape from her family as she attempts to save reality herself, and is a succubus at the center of it all. strange worlds, by Ariann, a Mexican illustrator, is a fantasy drama, which debuted in September this year and currently has over ten
Copyright AFP 2017-2022. All rights reserved. Facebook posts shared tens of thousands of times claim to show a vintage comic panel from 1957 with a speech bubble that references a “Chinese virus”. However, this is wrong; the words from the original comic strip from decades ago have been digitally altered.
If there was any doubt about the legitimacy of Korean webcomics as creative media, one only had to survey the room full of fans on Friday’s show. The Infinite Canvas: The rise of Korean webcomics panel and realize that Korean comics have progressed beyond smoldering to become a global phenomenon.
Paris Saint-Germain starlet Kylian Mbappe enjoyed an impressive rise to the top, culminating in winning the World Cup in 2018, he now has a comic book documenting his life for a new generation of youngsters to be inspired by. ‘My name is Kylian’ was designed by Faro and tells the
bring me love tells the story of Brie who falls in love with another woman after her previous relationship ends. Bring me love, by Arianna, Mexican illustrator, is a romantic story in pastel colors. However, it contains adult situations and themes, with a disclaimer that it is “recommended for mature
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — South Korean webcomics app Mantis, a subsidiary of RIDI Corporation, has tapped San Francisco-based agency Lemonade to spearhead its marketing efforts in North America. The teams will collaborate on all digital marketing and OOH efforts, including an experiential installation at Comic-Con International:
In the fall of 2021, an image began circulating on social media that purportedly showed a panel from a comic strip published in 1957, in which a hooded hero encouraged mask-wearing to protect against the “Chinese virus”. » : The words “Chinese virus”, a xenophobic and inaccurate reference to COVID-19,
Poster images for the webtoon (left) and the Netflix series “Hellbound” (Naver Webtoon, Netflix) Netflix’s latest Korean Original, “Hellbound,” has captured the attention of fans both local and overseas with gruesome depictions of death and suspenseful episodes. The series, directed by Yeon Sang-ho, the mastermind behind megahit zombie sensation “Train
With thousands of webcomics floating around the internet, which one should you read? Metrolife did its homework and here are our recommendations. The strange tales of Oscar Zahn Written by Tri Vuong, the webcomic follows main character Oscar Zahn, a well-dressed skeleton who is full of secrets, humor and mystery.
Alex, Mira and Cherry in the front row, Robbyn in the back Mira! tells the story of Mira, a freshman, who meets the three young women with whom she shares her room. Their lives intertwine in this cute and wholesome webcomic. Mira!, by illustrator Amaiiuwu, has female-centric friendships, with the
SWATCH watches have been picked up by Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Woodstock and the rest of the Peanuts gang. The new Swatch X Peanuts collaboration features the iconic characters of Charles M. Schulz and the collection is packed with great moments from the Peanuts comic. It is sure to bring out
Leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has signed Tapas Media Inc., the leading digital publisher of webcomics and novels and a pioneer of the mobile-based business model for storytelling. Through Studio Tapas, the company publishes webcomics and original novels, and develops adaptations of its own original stories
HONOLULU (KHON2) — Now that keiki as young as five can get the COVID vaccine, they might have questions about how it works and why they might want to get it. There are many resources to help address concerns, including the Keiki Heroes program. The comic teaches keiki that they
“There are places I remember all my life, even though some have changed,” the Beatles sang at the start of “In My Life.” “I know I will never lose my affection for people and things that have come before,” the song continues. The same could be said of the current
Disgraced R&B singer R Kelly’s racist cellmate has created a comic strip detailing the couple doing yoga in prison. Brendan Hunt, 37, served time with Kelly at the Metropolitan Detention Center as Hunt faced a 10-year prison term for threatening to kill Democratic congressmen following the January 6 riots. In
Here are this week’s Sour Grapes, enjoy! Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his strange friends, all living in a problematic and troubled world. Sour Grapes is currently published in
Digital comics platform Webtoon and original story platform Wattpad are teaming up to release a new series of webcomics and web novels featuring some of the hottest K-pop artists in the world. In collaboration with HYBE, the company that produces BTS, Tomorrow X Together (TXT), and Enhypen, the new series
Diamond Diving tells the story of a girl who learns that she is a witch and goes to a school to hone her magical abilities. There, she finds more than just her magic, like new challenges, crushes, and obstacles to overcome in this girl’s love story. Chez Madameka Diamond Diving
Wattpad Webtoon Studios said it is in the process of adapting a few of its e-books and webcomics into film and television projects. Specifically, it is the WEBTOON series gremoryland and serialized Wattpad ebooks unholy marriage and I am a gay wizard which is being developed into three new films
Image created with Canva Halloween isn’t until the 31st, but how about watching some spooky webcomics beforehand? The plot twist, however, is that the featured comics are cute rather than creepy. A bundle of sweetness and joy, in fact. Featured webcomics are from WebToon and Tapas.* A vampire learns to
Are you planning to celebrate Halloween with horror this year? Look no further than these eight horror webcomics you can read online for free in October. Reading webcomics is a great way to support independent creators and up-and-coming comics who post their wok online on sites like Tapas and WebToon.
Not So Shojo Love Story tells the story of a girl whose “perfect love story” goes off the rails when a popular girl confesses her love for him. Curryuku Comedy Not so shojo love story is the story of Rei Chan, a super shoujo manga fan, who wants Hansum Ochinchin,
The protagonists of the story at the end of the first episode Merryweather, creator of everywhere and nowheretells a comic story of two time travelers that slowly becomes a horror tale. everywhere and nowhere tells the story of Anne Guildenstern and William Rosencrantz, two time travelers from Scandinavia in the
Hearst Connecticut Media Editorial Board October 19, 2021 A 9/11 “Curtis” comic strip by Stamford resident Ray Billingsley. King Features Syndicate Thumbs up to Stamford resident Ray Billingsley, who won the Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year from the National Cartoonists Society. Billingsley, creator of the “Curtis” comic
For some comedians, podcasts feel like an open-mic night with no red light telling them to wrap up. The medium offers the opportunity to chat with friends and riff on whatever comes to mind, for hours and hours. Not so with Jamie Loftus. With limited-edition podcasts like “My Year In
Here are this week’s Sour Grapes, enjoy! Join us next Tuesday for the next edition of Sour Grapes! About Tim Jones / Sour Grapes Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the hugely popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and
Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Comic book characters are bad role models As a kid, I always looked forward to reading comics — you know, “funnies” — because they were funny. And here I am, I’m almost 86, and I still like to read funny books.
By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews): Source: Regional Museum of Agulhas (Information): Downtown Needles, CA: Spike, the cartoon character from the Peanuts statue, has a new home inside the Needles Regional Museum. Spike is Snoopy’s brother who lives outside of Needles, California, and is a character in Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comic
Here are this week’s Sour Grapes, enjoy! Join us next Tuesday for the next edition of Sour Grapes! About Tim Jones / Sour Grapes Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and
Graphic created with Canva I want to take the time to highlight webcomics (from platforms like WebToon, Tapas and Hiveworks) by black creators. Here I recommend six webcomics and list the ones I have reviewed or listed so far. This post is not sponsored. All opinions are mine. First, credit
Chamber of Swords by Toonimated If there was ever a “most surprising” webcomic for me this year, hall of swords by Toonimated (Tara and Julian) that’s it. From the early episodes, it might as well feel like another time/trap loop in a video game/virtual reality narrative, but after its first
Here are this week’s sour grapes; Join us next Tuesday for the next edition of Sour Grapes! About Tim Jones / Sour Grapes Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his
A Hong Kong cartoonist has apologized to police for a satirical cartoon that linked the Junior Police Call (JPC) organization to a controversy over the city’s main news group. His apology followed a letter of complaint from the police, who are embroiled in a separate dispute with the Hong Kong
The Alternative Media Foundation commissioned the comics as part of the Media Freedom Initiative Marianie or “Marian Hukom”, a Filipino graphic designer known for her works that depict women’s empowerment and representation, has partnered with the Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) to call for action against the prevalence of fake
For 20 years, Somers resident Bob Raina had sat on the idea of making a comic book. Along with Mark Mancini, he’s fulfilled a longtime dream with his tape, “Nutz,” premiering today in the Journal Inquirer. The strip will be a weekly feature. A native of East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Raina
Graphic created with Canva This month, I decided to research and read heartwarming comedies and webcomics. Here, you’ll find wholesome moments, comedy skits, stories with animal characters, and more. Featured webcomics are from WebToon and Tapas.* Although I’ve read more than the 17 webcomics below, I wanted to list the
Seven Seas announced that they have licensed three Hiveworks Webcomics that they will publish as graphic novels. The three Hiveworks webcomics are Awaken by Koti Saavedra, Never Satisfied by Taylor Robin and Tiger, Tiger by Petra Erika Nordlund. Awake Source: Awaken Vol. 1 Awaken tells the story of Piras as
Pune, India, Aug. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world webcomics market The size is expected to gain momentum reaching $11.12 billion by 2028 while growing at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2021 and 2028. In its report titled “Webcomic Market, 2021-2028“, Fortune Business Insights mentions that the market was
Saturday morning breakfast cereal– Zach Weinersmith ampersand – Barry Deutsch Schematic – Michael Yu Khartoun! – Khalid Albaih The context small life lines –Nick Birch The other end – Neil Kohney Socks and puppets – David Birch Little moments – Wallet Steve Dreams…–SO Buy the new book Little Moments it’s
By Variety, DC Comics has struck a pact with South Korean webcomics publisher Webtoon for new comics featuring the venerable company’s superheroes. The companies plan to announce more specific plans in the coming weeks, but revealed that the comics will initially be released in English, ahead of translations into other
It happened. DC and Webtoon today announced a partnership that will see the companies collaborate on several upcoming webcomic series set in the DC Universe. No creative team has been announced, although very reasonably it looks like the DC characters will be adapted by webtoon creators, and it won’t be
DC is teaming up with Webtoons to create all-new standalone webcomics for all readers, featuring many characters from across the DC Universe. A new partnership between DC and webtoon will see characters from the DC Universe star in the upcoming webcomic series. The DC/Webtoon collaboration is intended to introduce stand-alone
DC Comics has reportedly reached a deal with Webtoon that will see some of their most popular characters come to the platform Tuesday, DC Comics revealed that they had reached an agreement with Webtoons bring their characters to the platform in a series of new stories. Variety reports that Warner
DC Universe superheroes will be featured in several upcoming webcomic series, thanks to a new deal between WarnerMedia’s DC Entertainment and Webtoon. Under the agreement, DC and Webtoon, owned by South Korean internet company Naver, will collaborate on standalone webcomics that “will appeal to all fans, without needing to know
Image by Canva An unlucky bunny. A gargoyle attending college. That moment when a robot becomes sentient. And other fun webcomics available on WebToon to brighten your day. I’ll get personal here: I haven’t been feeling well the past few weeks. Whenever I’m down these days, one of the things
After more than two decades, a comic produced by artist DeLand will end early next year. Mr Fitz, which tells the universe of a high school teacher, has been written and drawn since 2000 by David Finkle, who is largely inspired by his own career as a teacher for comics.
Image created with Canva. In addition to short comics, I also read slice-of-life webcomics. The 18 webcomics below range from transgender identities to teen activism and awareness. Here, you’ll find stories exploring queer experiences, everyday reflections, and heteronormative and gendered assumptions. Following on from my last installment of webcomic recommendations,
Manta, a global online comic subscription service launched by South Korean digital content company RIDI, is rapidly gaining a foothold in the North American market, the company said on Tuesday. Three months after its launch in November, Manta had become the most popular app in the Google App Store’s free
Press release | July 23, 2021 The MV Agusta range of motorcycles featured in an MV-branded comic strip. The first episode of the series, written by Italian screenwriter Tommaso De Stefanis, has just been released. This is a press release from MV Agusta… Varese, Italy (July 22, 2021) – For
Last month, the highly anticipated anime adaptation of the Filipino comic, “Very”, has caused a lot of buzz online. Of course, some of the attention was in the form of backlash against the choice of dubbing, but it paved the way for more local comics to be exposed to the
Devil’s Candy (Vol 1) devil candy Volume 1 covers Chapters 1-3 of Bikkuri and Rem’s supernatural comedy webcomic. Frankenstein-esque creations and supernatural misadventures abound in this imaginative universe. I received a free ARC from Devil’s Candy (Vol.1) from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine. Kazu
I don’t normally read comic book cartoons. But this week I read a number after receiving a complaint that ‘The Phantom’, published by the Sunday Nation, is racist. The cartoon “fuels the racist narrative that Africans desperately need a white hero to save them from themselves,” says Dr Wambua Kituku.
Chris Varias | Special for Cincinnati Enquirer Goodbye Mutts, hello Ziggy: Mutts creator Patrick McDonnell is taking a sabbatical to work on a special project. Ziggy will step in and return to the Cincinnati comic book pages beginning Monday, July 5. Check it out daily on The Enquirer’s Fun page.
GREENCREEK — Gus Nuxoll, 12, has always loved drawing and writing. “I think I really started drawing around the age of 3,” he said. Gus, who just finished sixth grade in Mr. Michael Rehder’s class at St. John Bosco Academy, has a subtle sense of humor beyond his years. Gus
Comic fun at Ramsgate Arts Primary Famous illustrator Quentin Blake’s fantasy fantasy world has inspired children at Ramsgate Arts Primary to create their own comic strip. Year 3 creative kids explored the central text of Blake’s story, The Green Ship, as part of their ongoing literacy studies. Students recreated the
Tom Batiuk, author of the syndicated comic “Crankshaft” regularly published in the Tribune Chronicle, often veers away from humor in his comics to draw attention to important, even sometimes tragic, subjects. Over the years, the Akron native has explored issues such as adult literacy or Alzheimer’s disease and
What’s new is pleased to announce that Sour Grapes – A Comic Strip by Tim Jones will now air weekly on WhatsUpNewp.com. Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his strange
Graphic created with Canva For this new webcomics feature, I’ve selected four webcomics about losing and recovering magic, fantasy living, and dealing with grief. Explore these worlds of witchcraft and self-discovery. Everything is magic. I discovered several new webcomics this month, but here are four that contain “magical” themes: witches,
It would be very difficult to overstate the importance and influence of Charles Schulz Peanuts in American culture during the Cold War. The artistically revolutionary comic both influenced and reflected the national mood. If the blend of humanity, existential melancholy, and subversive humor captured in Schulz’s minimalist lines feels familiar
Nia now and forever by Sarm Concklin A widower protects his daughter from demonic creatures in this wonderful webcomic about familial love and letting loved ones fight their own battles. Now and Forever Nia by Sam Concklin reveals a beautiful and dynamic relationship between father and daughter. Originally a short
Graphic created with Canva This is a Caturday special edition, webcomics! Here are nine cat-themed webcomics (including several for all ages!) to read and enjoy. At the end of January, I published a list of recommended webcomics for cats. Since then, I’ve found and read more cat-themed comics and listed
NEW YORK — Fans of newspaper comics will instantly notice something missing in many comic books this Friday — pants. More than 25 cartoonists behind comics ranging from “Blondie” to “Zippy the Pinhead” are celebrating the quirky No Pants Day holiday in a way that helps charities get clothes to
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Newspaper comic fans will instantly notice something missing in many comics this Friday – pants. Through MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer May 5, 2021, 1:54 p.m. • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NEW YORK — Fans of newspaper comics will instantly notice something missing in
SYDNEY — He suffered through the Great Depression, witnessed the technological revolution, survived two world wars and a pandemic, and lived under 24 prime ministers. But now Australia’s oldest 12-year-old, Ginger Meggs, has taken the next step. It’s his 100th birthday. Once dubbed Down Under’s Peter Pan by former Prime
Webcomics are a growing form of comic book publishing that uses technology to share their stories. Over the past few decades, visual and technological advancements in comics have made great strides. Since the mid-1990s, with the growing popularity of the World Wide Web, creators began to realize the potential of
Korea’s battles for webcomics are only heating up, with billion-dollar companies looking to expand from Korea to the United States – and a possible acquisition of Tapas Media by Kakao is in the works. Many years ago, I remember talking to a friend who worked at the Big Two who
Tapas Mediaan online digital comics platform, expanded its library in April to include many notable Korean webcomics (manhwa) such as Solo leveling, kill the hero, Max Level Hero Strikes Backand I’m destined for greatness. Solo Leveling is currently available up to Chapter (listed in episodes) 133 with updates every Monday.
Every week, I interview fascinating people in our community, our nation, and around the world! The idea came from a Facebook commenter who saw a video of me and my family floating down the river at Island Park. The person said I should turn things around and interview my dad
CANTON – Batman, Superman and Spider-Man comic books line the walls and fill the boxes of Comics, Cards and Collectables. There’s no shortage of other iconic characters either: Wonder Woman. The flash. Iron Man. The Green Lantern. Captain America, The Incredible Hulk. Aquaman. Flash Gordon, who originated from a 1934
Strawberry sea mousse by Bryan Golden takes you to a magical and vibrant underwater world where Frasei, a young mermaid, attends the Delphic Academy. The colorful and vibrant art style and challenging character arcs will draw you in. The story incorporates familiar tropes from Japan’s magical girl genre, but the
Today’s world is driven, regulated and almost controlled by social networks. We cannot imagine our lives without the apps that have become an integral part of our existence. To focus more on the effect and how social media has become a powerful weapon to make their voices heard, the Comic
A small revolution by Boum is set in a dystopian future where revolution is brewing in the corners of the city. Originally published in French by Front Froid, this critically acclaimed and emotionally gripping comic explores the human side of injustice and revolt in just a few chapters. Florence isn’t
UPPER EAST SIDE, NY — Call it an open-mic miracle: Comic Strip Live has reopened on the Upper East Side and hopes to sign a new lease for its Second Avenue digs, squashing speculation that the famed club comedy had closed for good. Closed for a year due to the
PORTLAND, Oregon., March 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The CV comic book, a parody of the venture capital industry that was a huge hit with Silicon Valley insiders during the dot-com era of the 1990s, offered its first-ever comic book for auction in the form an NFT (non-fungible token). The Sale
Courtesy picture Twenty-five years ago, in a small farming town in Carroll County, Ohio, a young Duane Abel looked at a piece of clothes dryer lint and thought, what if it came to life? ? In 2021, this piece of dryer plush will find a new home at the Fairfax
super-butch tells the story of Lillian “Sticks” Lewis, a reporter from Turtle City looking for information on the whereabouts of the legendary SuperButch, a superhero who takes down the cops who attack gay bars at the time. Sticks told his story to teacher Alicia Torres and assistant Tammy Barr in
It seems so, but The simpsons don’t have a monopoly when it comes to frighteningly accurate predictions of the future, after all. A Archie Comics comic book from around 25 years ago is now going viral for almost correctly anticipating a shift to distance learning in 2021. Comics The issue
Anyone who remembers the era of Flash games or the heyday of the Salad Fingers web series and sites like proudgood.com can attest that the internet was a pretty weird place over 15 years ago. “It was random,” says Alex Norris, creator of Webcomic Name – a three-panel comic that
(Image created with Canva) For this week’s Wednesday webcomics, I recommend some of the slice-of-life webcomics I’ve come across recently. These webcomics contain hilarious storylines, mental health checkups, social commentary, explorations of gender identity and sexuality, and more. The slice-of-life genre shows interconnected excerpts or events from the life of
Do other lawyers besides me read the Dilbert comic strip? Scroll through some recent online on the website. They are hilarious and fully aware of the vagaries of the business world. Has anyone known a Catbert, the diabolical director of human resources? What about the spiky-haired Boss? Have you ever
Although Ah-Jiu receives extraordinary abilities overnight, she must perfect her new powers and learn how to defend herself. A webcomic adaptation of The ugly duckling becomes the goddess by Qian Lv, Birth of a goddess by Guangcai Comic is a remarkable story populated by memorable characters. Stories about smart heroes,
The best advice I’ve ever received as a prose writer is to read a lot. Read poetry to enhance imagery. Read short stories to learn conciseness in world building and pacing. Read creative non-fiction for the narrative voice. Expose yourself to different forms of storytelling in addition to the three-act