24 Hours of Halloween: The Vampire Diaries by Colleen Doran and Tony Shasteen

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Whaddyaa know, TV Guide still publishes Halloween comics previews. Here’s DC’s Vampire Diares digital comic out today written by Colleen Doran and drawn by Tony Shasteen.

24 Hours of Halloween: Jim Rugg and the “It Didn’t Rot Our Brains” EC Tribute

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TweetThe Mondo Tees Gallery is one of those places that turns out pop culture themed prints and artwork by some of Our FinestCartoonist and Painters and so on. You could spend your whole Halloween looking at their archives for sure. They recently had a tribute to EC comics with some great stuff, but you could […]

24 Hours of Halloween Special: The Gargoyles Halloween Comics (1996)

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A very special never before seen masterpiece of a comic from 1996 written by …THE BEAT!!!

24 Hours of Halloween: Andrea Tsurumi

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Tweet Andrea Tsurumi is a regular here at 24 Hours of Halloween, and here’s her holiday card for 2013which references a certain movie cliche. She has lots more art and stuff at her blog, and a big project coming out next year which hasn’t been announced, I believe.

24 Hours of Halloween: Richard Sala’s Spooky Halloween Series

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Tweet What would Halloween be without Richard Sala, one of the greatest of all spooky cartoonists? Sala’s books include Delphine, The hidden, Cat Burglar Black, and many many more. He has lots of Halloween themed art up on his blog. Just dig in. It’s better than candy corn.

24 Hours of Halloween: Mike Maihack’s Batgirl/Supergirl

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Tweet Mike Maihack (Cleopatra in Space) is someone I consider one of the progenitors of the “cutecore” movement in comics. I know I’m the only one who calls it that, but when I first noticed people making bank on cartoony cersions of superheroes at cons, Marvel and DC wouldn’t have anything to do with it; […]

24 Hours of Halloween: Samhain Night

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Tweet Peggy Wolohan von Burkleo sent me along a link to her manga-style webcomic Samhain Night, which she describes as “a dark modern Celtic faerietale set in modern times.” Samnahain is of course the origianl Celtic name for the holiday we call Halloween, a time when the borders between worlds become thin. van Burkleo has […]

24 Hours of Halloween: Amanda Vähämäki

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Tweet Besides having maybe the best name for a cartoonist ever, Finnish artist Amanda Vähämäki is one of those creators whose work alays has an edge of creepiness even when it isn’t overtly terror. She’s best known in North America for her work published by D&Q, including her debut, The Bun Field, but in Europe […]

24 Hours of Halloween: Brian Moore’s Little Pointy Teeth

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Brian Moore‘s Halloween offering is “Little Pointy Teeth,” a rather surprising take on…well you’ll find out.

24 Hours of Halloween Elaine Will’s 9-headed cat

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Tweet Via Look Straight Ahead Elaine M. Will is the Xeric Award-winning cartoonist of the mental illness drama Look Straight Ahead. More here. 

24 Hours of Halloween: SNL’s Horror Movie by Wes Anderson

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Tweet Here’s a SNL spoof of how quirky twee director Wes Anderson might make a suspense movie, starring Edward Norton and narrated by Alec Baldwin. It’s pretty awesome.

24 Hours of Halloween: Jillian Tamaki’s Have a Sexy Little Halloween

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TweetReprinting a Holiday Classic!

CAB Preview: Windowpane 2 By Joe Kessler

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Tweet   Out of all the stunning and various paraphernalia I hauled away from last year’s BCGF, one of the books that clung most to my mind’s eye was the London micropublisher Breakdown Press‘s debut endeavor, WINDOWPANE by Joe Kessler. It’s hard to pinpoint precisely what element of the book was the most striking—Kessler imaginatively […]

INTERVIEW: Entering the Digital World of Tapastic

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TweetDigital comics have been growing at a tremendous rate over the past years, with initiatives like Thrillbent gaining prominence on top of individual projects like Dinosaur Comics, or Dr McNinja. People are trying new things with content and accessibility, as well as community – which is where Tapastic comes into play.

Photo Gallery: Mermaids, Lions and Snowtroopers at the Detroit Fanfare

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Detroit FanFare, which was held this past weekend, was the first show this year that I spent mostly behind a table, being a dutiful guest of the show. It was a welcome change from the usual running around and helping Ben McCool work his table meant I got to see comic-con culture from a new viewpoint. And I learned some things.

31 Days of Halloween: Brian Miller’s “The Ghostly Rider of Sleepy Hollow”

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Brian Miller is best known for his brilliant hues as part of the HiFi coloring studio, but he’s also an illustrator, and the seasonally appropriate illo above will be on display at an art show at Ltd. Art Gallery in Seattle, WA. Their “A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words” show opens November 8th and is located at 307 E. Pike St. in Seattle, WA 98122.