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Hi, I’m Liz

Cartoonist and artist Liz Climo can be found animating for The Simpsons in the day and at night she draws her own webcomic on Tumblr. Simply titled, Hi, I’m Liz, will put a cheer each day on your face.

The Anatomy of Shows

The breakdown of how shows are made.  John Atkinson’s Wrong Hands tells it like it is.  TV is predictable.

My Dog: The Paradox: A Lovable Discourse about Man’s Best Friend

Everybody has a Paradox dog at one time or another.  Matthew Inman’s unique dog Paradox tale garnered over 700 000 likes on Facebook.  If you fell for his feline escapades of, How to Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You, then you will fall in love with Paradox. Being a dog lover myself,…

Cats That Talk

Cats That Talk, the bi-weekly webcomic on Tumblr is purr-fect. (source)

The Life of a Cartoonist is Hard

Many are still finding it hard to say the economy is in a recession. John Porcellino creator of the self-published mini-comics series King-Cat is feeling the impact of the economy. Tightening budgets are hurting many artists and bringing back the label of starving artist. John’s photo chronicle of South Beloit an Illinois town around his…

4Food the Social Networking Restaurant

The restaurant experience has always been about about networking of people within one area. 4Food is taking it to a whole new level. The high end burger joint which caters mostly to fancy packaging is all about eye candy camouflaged as a geek stop for the social network cool wannabes. What seems to be an…

Bizarro iTunes App

Is this the future of syndicated newspaper strips? With dwindling newspaper sales, cartoonists are finding it harder to sell their products. Many wannabe cartoonists with an internet account create free content and bring down the value of strips found in newspapers. Dan Piraro is perhaps one of the oldest original creators from the 80’s and…

Working Methods

Comic Creators Detail Their Storytelling And Artistic Processes by John LOWE Professional comic artists interpret scripts every day as they successfully transform the written word into the visual form. However, rarely do we get to examine the process that is unique to each artist. Unlike any other "how-to" book, Working Methods puts the minds of…

Minus is a Plus

Webcomics are busting all over the net and I am finding some really exciting new ones.  Minus, by Ryan Armand is the latest Eisner nominated webcomic on the net. This strip is real old school in thought abd conception.  We are talking Little Nemo in Slumberland old school train of thought. You will see what I…

Robots!: Draw Your Own Androids, Cyborgs & Battle Bots

Robots!: Draw Your Own Androids, Cyborgs & Battle Bots.  This book is light-years from being released but I love the concept.  You can’t go wrong when robots are involved.  Jay Stephens the mind behind this book gives us a miscellaneousness of mechanical proportions.  Jay has the coolest webcomics on the net.  See more>> With an…

Comic Book Artist Returns

One of my favorite magazines returns this September, after releasing the mammoth last issue about a year ago on Will Eisner. Jon B. Cooke the mastermind behind this long running series along with his cast of regular contributors and some new writers in a improved revamped edition. Comic Book Artist finally returns with a blast of…