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Through indirections…

I tried my hand at Inktober, but flamed out a few days in. For those not in the know, the gist of Inktober is that you do one ink drawing a day for the month of October. There are specific … Continue reading

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Talkin’ about French comics

  Of course, just when I kvetch about having difficulty finding what I want in comics, I immediately get smacked in the face by something amazing: The Incal. I’m still early on in the graphic novel, but so far it’s … Continue reading

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Talkin’ about comics

One of things fueling my desire to try my hand at comics is how they annoy me. I don’t mean the medium itself, but rather how much harder it is, compared to other media, for me to find those works … Continue reading

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Weird personal post don’t read

So I’m making a comic book. Recent experiences have impressed upon me a couple of needs: the need for my art to have a focus if it is to avoid hitting a plateau, and the need for myself to have … Continue reading

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Yet another saga

My experience with comics and manga is pretty spotty: outside of childhood staples like Calvin and Hobbes and the more famous stuff like Sandman and Watchmen, I’m pretty unread. Enough so to find myself bewildered by the two occasions I’ve … Continue reading

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Freebies

Today happens to be Free Comic Book Day, an event which in recent years I’ve missed, due to either a) having to work, or b) forgetting about it. But this year neither of those conditions were met, so I was … Continue reading

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Where do *they* go from here?

So, with season 5 of this show slated for 2015, I’m not quite sure about where things are going to go from here. There are two aspects to Friendship is Magic, which, although they have for the most part dovetailed … Continue reading

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