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April 16, 2009

The Chronicles of Solomon Stone, Chapter Two: The Deadly Doom of Dinosorcery!

Action Age Comics! � Blog Archive � The Chronicles of Solomon Stone, Chapter Two: The Deadly Doom of Dinosorcery!

Okay you guys, if you aren't reading Solomon Stone by Chris Sims, Benjamin Birdie, and Matthew Allen Smith then you are missing out on what is the most fun webcomic on the internet ever. Seriously.

Where else can you see an action hero fight a magic-wielding dinosaur named Tyrannosaurus Hex?

April 13, 2009

Questionable Content -- First time in a sex shop

Questionable Content: New comics every Monday through Friday

April 08, 2009

If TV science was realistic . . .

PHD Comics: If TV Science was more like REAL Science

Girl Genius launches trilobite pins

Studio Foglio: Girl Genius Trilobite Pin

Girl Genius is one of the few webcomics I have in my feedreaders. As soon as it pops up I drop what I'm doing and read it. For me, it's up there with Penny Arcade, XKCD, Order of the Stick and Erfworld.

You can imagine then that I find their new Heterodyne trilobite pins very tempting.

April 06, 2009

Savage Jeff Lester reviews Seaguy 2: Slaves of Mickey Eye

The Savage Critic(s): Da Fug? Jeff is Enslaved by Seaguy: The Slaves of Mickey Eye

For me, the first Seaguy mini was a lovely, devastating meditation on the nature of corporate-owned characters and their lot in life: They traipse about in theme parks, immortal, carefree. As Morrison frequently does (and can often do so well), Seaguy is a look at how that life must feel for the character--the unsettled, subtle anguish of someone for whom everything is pleasant but nothing is good. The theme park in which they are an attraction seems to them a boisterous, capricious town eager to distract from what lies behind its manufactured facade. The characters never die, but their sidekicks do--but in order for everything to stay the same, the memories must be ripped from them, like a waxing of the forebrain, and although the mind aches from the loss, it doesn't know why.

And even better, this sort of haunted, ahistorical pleasantness was just a perfect god-damned snapshot of America--not post-9/11, but post-post-9/11, where my wife and I go out to dinner and shop along some lovely prefabricated spot like Santana Row, while non-chain stores sicken and die like poisoned children; where we sit at home and speculate about Lost, while the TV barely shows the war, now in its fifth year of grinding up the poor; and where I lie awake sometimes at night knowing that my distance from the true and terrible conflicts in this world (which I can sense thrashing about, coiling and uncoiling like a serpent fighting for its life, which I sometimes imagine being the cause of the flickering I can see on the night horizon from my window) is a luxury, a luxury for which I'll gladly suffer under the yoke of dull but steady employment, even while I idly wonder what it must be like to touch the scales of that furious beast. All of this I can feel in my life and see in the bright candy colors of the first Seaguy mini, in the pitch-perfect art of Cameron Stewart, looking like a one-page comic ad for the action figure you never bought, and, like I said, the whole thing doesn't seem baffling at all. It's as to-the-point as a ransom note.

Much more at the link.

Jack Chick -- If you teach your kids about Santa Claus they will grow up to become terrorists

Fairy Tales

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Click through for the whole, twisted tale.

April 04, 2009

FreakAngels | Episode 0051

FreakAngels | Episode 0051 FA 0051.JPG FREAKANGELS is a free, weekly, ongoing comic written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Paul Duffield.

April 01, 2009

Penny Arcade tries their hand at political cartooning

Penny Arcade! - The Way Of All Flesh

What Happened to the Perry Bible Fellowship?

What Happened to the Perry Bible Fellowship? - 10 Zen Monkeys
It's been over a year since cartoonist Nicholas Gurewitch entered semi-retirement. But he's working on a movie, a TV show — and he even made a surreal appearance on a Fox News interview show. And he's left behind a message for his fans, tucked away in plain sight in the comic strip Catch Phrase. "There's no secret message," Gurewitch told us last week. "There's an overt message perhaps. That sometimes Life can pigeonhole a person. "That's something I personally believe is a danger..." So in the last 13 months, the 25-year-old cartoonist has drawn just that one strip while he explores even bigger mediums.

March 31, 2009

Pixar vs Dreamworks

Mightygodking.com -- Found

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March 30, 2009

Re-Cut Comics: 8 Mile

International Society of Supervillains: Monday Movie Re-cut Comics: 8 Mile

From the International Society of Supervillains:

For the record though, I love 8 Mile. And not just because I grew up on 12 Mile. I honestly think it's a solid film and the final rap battle is very satisfying.

313! Fuck the Free World!