We talk to comic artist Sam Alden about letting go of a huge, ambitious 200-page graphic novel that took him four years, working on Adventure Time, and the strange day jobs artists take.
And it's incredible, Diane.
Reminder that strict notions of roles harm both women and men, by The Representation Project.
Cat And Girl's comic is based on these 100% earnest company-written sales songs.
Sneak in a comma to turn it into a backhanded compliment.
Pond's new fictionalized comic diary shows what it's like to work at a punky 70's Oakland diner. 'Over Easy' comes out with Drawn & Quarterly at bookstores on April 15.
You need a vacation.
Thinking of getting a Ph.D.? University of Utah professor Matt Might draws out what that's like.
"Anime Is Real."
#1 motivation killer: imagining your family reading your novel.
Where to put clean clothes: on the couch. Where to put dirty laundry: on the floor.
We love hen tie.
Hella politely is how.
From 8-bit humor to painterly moving comics, artists are using using GIFs in mind-blowing ways.
167,903 emails: "Someone would like to add you to their professional network! :)"
True love is self-sabotage uploaded onto Youtube.
Not so different than third world problems, as it turns out.
Today: Thunder only happens when it's raining. Tomorrow: lightning strikes, maybe once, maybe twice.
A lesson in internet acronyms by Dinosaur Comic.
"East Awesometown" = actually West Murderville.