tried this yesterday, didn't really catch on
if you had just one comic(series, single book, short story, anthology mag, doesn't matter as long as it's part of a single title) you could show to someone curious but ignorant about comics which in your opinion makes the most out of the medium, just one comic that you think of first when you think of genuinely exemplary comics, what would that comic be?
Is this person literate in the English language?
I recommend the wordless comics of Jim Woodring's "Frank" just in case they aren't.
>tfw no green crackhead gf
I am laughing at a Buckley comic.
What has HAPPENED to me?!
did /co/ enjoy Justice League: The New Frontier?
Mods are asleep, post Lapis.
It was enjoyable up until this asshole moves into the neighborhood from Detroit. I laughed when he pretended to kick the football and then pantsed Lucy, but it got crueler afterward.
Fuck Hollywood. Some of us didn't want to see a kid make cracks about Peppermint Patty and Marcy on the big screen. Parents were mumbling shit to their kids whenever he said something they didn't understand.
I'm really mad now.
VGCats' existence continues despite a world that does not want it.
how easy is to get published in japan if you know the language?
taking into account I could draw and write, how easy would be sending some work to japanese magazines using the internet?
I remember reading there's some online contests.
I don't mean weebo stuff, like making japanese stuff.
I mean normal comic stuff, like writing about my own culture and non japan shit.
your post would imply japan haven't produce anime based on western works.
I want to fully read this comic, BUT
The way some people online worded what they took away from the story sounds kinda like the male author, through Julie's characterization and backstory, is telling you "if you are a woman who generally dislikes feminism you are a poor brainwashed victim; you're either self-hating and blame yourself for everything and refuse to admit any kind of misogyny might exist in society, OR you fully embrace feminist doctrine and patriarchy theory and identify as feminist". I'd much rather read something where a character's...
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For the record I don't WANT that to be the case but I'm in a pretty bad mood and if I dedicated myself to something that DID turn out to have such annoying preachy ideas, it would probably just make me feel worse. Especially since the visual execution is so fucking good.
I do not care about spoilers by the way.
I'm still boycotting Comixology after they removed the ability to purchase in-app on iPad.
Any other buyfags still on the boycott?
>Big Two both still have Comixology connect apps that allow for in-app purchases (purchase it in their app, it will be in your universal Comixology library)
>only purchase stuff during huge sales/monthly series that need the support
No, I remember the creators themselves said they got more money via browser purchases so even when it had in-app payments I bought through the normal internet. That is more important to me than whether Apple or Amazon gets my money.
>Buy Death: The High Cost of Living from the Sandman Comixology sale
>find that they left this ad in
What's the point of ads in digital comics? I thought ads were supposed to pay for the paper.
From what I've seen mentioned, the background digital publishing costs are nearly the same as publishing physical comics. I don't know if it's been officially stated anywhere though.
Be glad that it's not every other page like with floppies and that it's actually comic-relevant and not toothpaste or something.
Well there's no scanner for new books. They take the digital files and send them over. Everything is already done digitally.
But the actual contracts of the publishing rights and shit like that. And it's not just Comixology, there's also Google and iBooks and whatever other places they have deals with. That adds up.
What happened to the indian tech guy who was supposed to be the new Ant-Man?
Nigga's gay too. And lives in San Francisco. I wonder where all the Giant Man fans complaining they can't identify with their favourite hero anymore because he's not a straight white male like them are?
Storytiming She-Hulks, mostly cause I'd like to remind myself that at one point Ryan Stegman didn't ham his art up
No Alt-text this time.
Go to oglaf.com if you don't like bell peppers.
Who was this?
Will we ever see her again