In which Andrew and Tracy chat with Sam Ellis, illustrator on Frisky Dingo, lead illustrator and character designer for Archer, and most recently, writer and illustrator for Adventure Time #31, at Borderless Comics. Sam gives us some great insight into the comics and cartoon industry and tells some really interesting stories. He also makes odd mouth noises.
Sensation Comics (DC)
Issue 4: Written by Jason Bischoff, Art by David Williams
Issues 5 & 6: Written by Ivan Cohen, Art by Marcus To
The return of Sensation Comics as DC’s newest “digital first” weekly comic is an absolute treat. Issue two of the print version collects issues four through six of the digital series, giving us two short Wonder Woman stories, are definitely worth reading. Continue reading
Those of us who are not fans of Digital Rights Management (DRM), will be happy to hear that there has been another victory against it. Comixology has announced that over 4000 comics available on the site have been made DRM free. Comics from twenty publishers are now available with PDF or CBZ files that can be downloaded, stored and used however the reader would like. While Marvel and DC are not among the publishers going DRM free, hopefully they will start to feel the pressure soon and jump on the bandwagon.
I’m not exactly holding my breath, but I think that eventually they won’t have much choice. Continue reading
There are many immutable laws in the universes: Newton’s Laws, Murphy’s Law, etc. In geek culture there is one law that stands above all others, Wheaton’s Law. For those who are unfamiliar with Wheaton’s Law, it’s rather simple: “don’t be a dick.” While Wil Wheaton may have expressed this in the most succinct way possible, this is an ages old idea that we geeks need to do a much better job of embracing.
Yup, this guy.