I take my second grader to the comic shop twice a month for Adventure Time, Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur, etc. I've got an itch to get some stuff for myself, but it's been years since I was much of a regular comic reader. What ongoing titles are worth a shot? [more inside]
Help me find a Feedly-able stream of comics in the style of those featured on Dan Berry's podcast Make It Then Tell Everybody. Most important: exposure to different artists' visual styles. Not important: access to complete comics. [more inside]
I want to get a 10" tablet just for reading comics. There are a LOT of cheap options out there. I don't want it for gaming or drum machines or word processing or really wifi connectivity. Just reading comics in HD with smooth touch controls. Any recommendations? [more inside]
Are there any alt comix artists on Twitter? [more inside]
Can comic book fans suggest some good comic books/ graphic novels/ etc. for me to read? [more inside]
I'm coloring a comic and I want it to look like 1970s or 80s Marvel comics, or Archie digests. [more inside]
Back in CT in the 80s, while the comic series Watchmen was coming out, I saw a masterpiece of fan art on the wall of a friend's dorm. It was a postcard captioned "Superman vs. Dr. Manhattan" (roughly) and showed Superman pulling his fist back to deliver a mighty blow to Dr. Manhattan, who calmly pointed a finger at Superman's head, blowing his head off and spattering his brains in every direction. The overall anticlimactic effect was similar to the famous scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom where a bunch of guys elaborately menace Indy with swords and he calmly pulls out a gun -- oh, you know the one. I'll give anyone who can tell me where I can find this cartoon, especially on the web, a million billion dollars.