I have mentioned The Tragedy Series here on the blog several times over the last couple of years and linked to a few specific installments on Facebook. I thought I would give you, dear reader, another whistle regarding the series and its website, considering several related loose threads are converging. All good things must come to an end and, alas, … Continue reading The Tragedy Series, in hardcover
After all the recent talk about comics on the blog, and with my love of puzzles, I thought I would shift gears only slightly and draw your attention to a webcomic I enjoy: The Tragedy Series. This is a great series from a local artist with beautiful design, a dark and twisted sense of humor, and the occasional … Continue reading The mystery of The Tragedy Series
Yesterday I asked about Iron Man comics and stated that I like the new Hawkeye, but that I had previously never gotten into “superhero” style comics. So which comics do I like?
I don’t really consider myself a comic book person, but I do have occasional stretches where I will get into comics for a few weeks before dropping back out of them for months. Recently, I picked up a copy of the new Hawkeye series by Matt Fraction. In fact, I picked up the first issue … Continue reading Your Iron Man Responses
As a kid, I never got into comic books all that much. I suspect that the only comics I ever read were the free Whiz Kids comics from Radio Shack. Seriously. When the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie was on the horizon, I picked up the graphic novel upon which it was based. I love … Continue reading The Twitterverse answers my comic book question
Before about six months ago, I had never heard of Twilight. Now I see it everywhere. Between Linda Mercury’s analysis on of the archetype of Bella (and actually, her whole series of posts loosely titled “In defense of Twilight, even though I hate it“) and Lucy Knisley’s distillation of each book into four-panel comic strips … Continue reading Twilight? You mean the ELO hit?
Please note that all blog posts before 8 April 2007 were automatically imported from LiveJournal. To see the comments and any LiveJournal-specific extras such as polls and user icons, please find the source posting at http://brianenigma.livejournal.com/2006/06/A favorite Penny Arcade web comic that is appropriate for 6/6/6 day: Der Hornen, wherein Jesus Christ uses the devil handsign.
Please note that all blog posts before 8 April 2007 were automatically imported from LiveJournal. To see the comments and any LiveJournal-specific extras such as polls and user icons, please find the source posting at http://brianenigma.livejournal.com/2006/01/In playing around with Comic Life, I made a couple of dumb “comics.” (Note the use of “finger quotes.”) Comic Life, … Continue reading Wrinkly Cat Comix, Volume #1, Issue #1