The first trade paperbacks of two series: Scalped and Sleeper. Brandon and Tim find some things to like, and some things to… not like so much.
Welcome to the new home of Deconstructing Comics! Unlike the previous site, this one is totally centered on the podcast. No immediate plans to set up Spider-hag on this site, but we’ll see what the future holds.
We hope this site will allow greater interaction between the people appearing in the podcast and those who are listening to it!
Web cartoonists review a book by Web cartoonists on Web cartooning! Tim and Mulele are joined by Patrick G in reviewing the book by Brad Guigar, Kris Straub, Dave Kellett, and Scott Kurtz.
September is upon us, and seeing as how this is often a scholarly month with students returning to school, I’ve started thinking about how so many comic publishers bring comics back because, supposedly, “you demanded it.” I’ve never actually demanded the return of any comic. Even if I wanted to demand the return of a comic, I’m not sure where I’d send it. For example, I’d like to see a Marvel Ultimate rendition of Darkhawk, but I’m betting we’ll never see that comic return. I wouldn’t demand it, though… I’d just like to see it.
Anyway, enough philosophical chitter-chatter; let’s bring on the comics! Continue reading ERIC’S “BECAUSE YOU DEMANDED IT, NOW WITH MORE SPUNK!” COMICS NOW! NEWSLETTER VOL. 10 #9 – September 2008
We talk about the comics anthology Discovered, from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Reading anthologies is easy, reviewing them is hard. So Tim calls up SCAD faculty member Shawn Crystal to talk about the college, the book, and his own comics projects.