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stephen-evans's picture
Writers: Stop writing dark stories. Write funny stories. They are more fun. Thank you.    
mayra-calvani's picture
Please welcome my special guest Tanya Masse, also known as Comic Strip Mama. Tanya is the author of the Amazon bestseller, Stairway to AWESOMENESS! – 30 Fundamental Steps to Living a Life of Awesomeness! “Internet famous” for her humorous and inspirational self-syndicated webcomic about...
dale-estey's picture
Of course, if you want to call them comics, I'm all for it.  The art work is stunning! [DE] © SelfMadeHero 'The Castle' artwork * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * David Zane Mairowitz on adapting Kafka's 'The Castle - interview by Hugh Armitage Franz Kafka's incomplete masterpiece The Castle...
bretigne-shaffer's picture
Urban Yogini is a reluctant superhero who can't use violence. Check out the pitch on Indiegogo here:    
steven-belanger's picture
Photo: Bon Jovi, from its Wikipedia page   These are ways that are a little more subtle than, let's say, your hair thinning, or you just plain losing your hair.  Neither of these are happening to me, of course.   --You hear yourself constantly comparing yourself, or your...
bretigne-shaffer's picture
  A superhero who can't use violence - check out the first episode of my new comic "The Adventures of Urban Yogini"!    
j-marc-schmidt's picture
Akira, by Katsuhiro Otomo is a comic of about 2000 pages in length, published in six large volumes. It was originally published in Japan between 1982 and 1990. Most people in the west who know about it are probably familiar with it due to the 1988 animated movie adaptation, also directed by Otomo....
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  and before the end of National Poetry Month... My first collection of poetry! Thought you might like to see the cover. A novice photographer (inspired by Jennifer Lyn King), I took this photo on a walk with El Springador (Jack) and am quite pleased with how the image has translated. Hope you...
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Kafka would often have his public readings interrupted by roiling laughter coming from his audience. He would stop and, in spite of himself,  grin and even chuckle along with his hooting followers. I imagine his was a deft presentation, yet rather more sly than dry.  Kafka at the age of...
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I'm SO excited to share this with you! Check out the NEW Teen Para: A HUNTED Bonus Comic Strip! A comic strip that ties into my upcoming paranormal fantasy/dystopian novel HUNTED (releases Dec 02).   Isn't it gorgeous? (Click here to see the full comic. It may take a few seconds to load...