Archive for February, 2012
Hinges is a fairly new webcomic by Meredith McClaren about a girl who wakes in a strange world of marionettes. The art flows smoothly between an angular cut-out style and a looser shaded ink style, both lovely and atmospheric. The mystery of the world, the doll-people that inhabit it, and their adorable animal-like familiars promises to unfold in a quiet and atmospheric way.
Add comment February 24, 2012
Mike Russell chronicles the hilariously tragic slightly strange adventures of the elusive, unfortunate, and often befuddled Sabertooth Vampire. Melanie and I were first introduced to the Sabertooth Vampire as the closing act of Comics Underground, the dialogue-less strips set to music, and we were immediately hooked.
The comic is archived on his blog or available for sale at http://culturepulp.bigcartel.com/ — the zine editions are lovely (rounded corners! crisp blacks! impeccable timing!), easy to browse, and come highly recommended.
Add comment February 13, 2012
Ta-da! This gorgeous wraparound cover was painted by Edgar Covarrubias, illustrator and comics artist. Covarrubias is one of the contributors to Tankadere Vol. I, and in addition to the cover he has a charming and lively story in the upcoming Tankadere II: Gears in the Aether!
Further art by Covarrubias can be found on his deviantart account.
Add comment February 6, 2012