For roughly a month, I’ve been contemplating the best way to express my feelings (via blog) about the webcomic “Eros Inc.” Thanks to a recent purchase, my jumbled thoughts—thoughts so jumbled due to how much I truly enjoy this comic—have gained a little organization and I’ll now commence spouting my admiration for this strip by Michael May. Let the gushing begin!
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Last weekend was the massive San Diego Comic-Con. For those living under rocks in caves on the moon, SDCC is a pop culture and comic book convention of epic proportions that is chock-full of panels featuring comic pros, Hollywood stars and specially screened clips of upcoming movies—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The show floor is loaded with nearly a bajillion exhibitors, artists, creators and vendors, and after hours there are parties out the wazoo.
Or so I’ve heard.
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I’ve been meaning to do a big post about my favorite webcomics and my highest recommendations in that arena for a while, but haven’t gotten around to it yet (Sorry!). Still, after seeing today’s Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weiner, I had to say something about how much I love his comic strip.
Continue Reading “Get your scroll on.”
I came up with this fella on the subway home from work on Friday and finally had a chance to get him down on paper today. Essentially a spoof of a classic newspaper strip, he’s cute, cuddly and carries a big club… He’s Hagrrrr the Adorable: Baby Barbarian!
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I was reading a lot about webcomics on Friday at work and doodled this little strip while editing documents. In the strip, I run into Dave Paggi’s Pancake Lover—who you can see more of over at Rowdy Schoolyard—and have a webcomic encounter with him. This one’s done in amazing ballpoint pen on a super cool legal notepad.
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Hey folks! With things going so smoothly here on EoP, I had a chance today to get my summer camp memoir blog back on track. I won’t post notices here every time that happens, but my the new post over at Nothing More American— the first in a long time—features a comic strip I drew to introduce the story. So, head on over to www.NothingMoreAmerican.com and check out the strip!
After drawing up my swine flu comic and feeling as if I had spent more time on it practicing perspective and scenery than actually on the characters and the humor of it, I really felt I needed to draw and post something a bit more…well, awesome.
Here’s what I came up with, and I think it turned out pretty darn good…
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