FInd out why Aaron thinks you should get your books graded over at Comics Alliance.
Rick is asked to do something.
Dan and Steve catch up.
Who is…what is…Karen?
What horrible tragedy has occurred?
The cast of The Rack is now appearing on Comics Alliance in a series of PSAs. The second one, about comic book movies and basic nerd etiquette and protocol went up today. Go, read it.
Rick and Lydia have a morning chat.
I’ve been putting DJ mixes up pretty regularly over at Disco Potential. If you’ve not been reading it and like music with beeps and boops and beats, click here and it’ll take you to the mixes themselves.
Dan meets The One.
Linda is given responsibilities.
Lydia talks, doesn’t listen. Hilarity ensues.
We’re back from the break, and Dan’s still…well, he’s still Dan.
More of Chase’s legacy comes to light.
We’re S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G. We’re shopping.
Oh what am I going on about? Click to find out!
Kaboom’s Space Warped #1, which features “Americanization” by me comes out today. It’s an interesting challenge to punch up dialogue, remove cultural referents that are unheard of in the States, keep it kid-friendly and try to make something that reads cohesively all within the space of predefined balloons, but I think we did pretty OK. The second issue is wrapped up already and I’ve been asked to keep helping with the parodies of Empire and Jedi, so at least my editor Dafna thinks I’m holding up my end of things well enough.
Check it out if you see it on the shelf. If nothing else, Rudy Spiessert’s cartooning is just plain fantastic. Here’s a 10-page preview.
When I got a chance to buy the original for this piece at Heroes, I lept at it like a geek getting a chance to spout Admiral Ackbar’s catchphrase. See more of Chris’s work at the Kickstand Kids blog or over on Tumblr.