Where you work, the physical space you’re in when you try to create, is for many as important a tool as anything else. Jason Aaron writes about how once he had a room in his house that he could call office, his productivity went through the roof. I wasn’t always so lucky. For the first […]

io9 has a wonderful article about the CBDLF, an organization dedicated to defending first amendment rights (among other things) for comics and cartoonists.  Pope has created a limited edition print for fundraising for the CBLDF and here in this video explains not only why he is doing it but a little bit about how. What’s […]

It’s crazy how fast 20 years can go by.  That’s how long Wizard magazine lasted in its print form.  I have very fond memories of the magazine, I started reading it with issue 13 and was a very regular reader for many years.  As of late I did not read it, and apparently neither did […]

Boing Boing has a nice send summary of the last breath of the Comics Code, as Archie Comics, the last publisher to still use the seal, has announced that they are dropping it.  This of course follows DC Comics’ decision to do the same in favor of their own ratings system.  From BoingBoing: 57 years […]

Golden Age comics are hard to come by, but you can bid on copies of Superman 1, 2 and 3 which are going up for auction right now.  From BleedingCool: It’s not often that copies of Superman #1, #2 and #3 come onto the market. It’s even less often that they come on all at […]