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Maggie Tokuda-Hall describes the special, intimate relationship between a woman and her office supplies.Read the rest
Her previous mission a success, what now lies ahead for our heroine? More adventure, certainly! By Jim Rugg and Brian MarucaRead the rest
Meltdown Comics and Boing Boing present: Hip Hop Family Tree signing and Q&A with cartoonist Ed Piskor 11/18, 3pm
Tuesday in LA, the place to be is at Meltdown Comics. Pittsburgh-based cartoonist Ed Piskor has pop and locked, Heavy D Shaked and prepped his way over to come out and give you one hell of a party along with the crew at Meltdown. A special guest DJ will be spinning the vintage hits from 4-6pm and at 5pm in the NerdMelt Showroom you’ll find Boing Boing founder’s Mark Frauenfelder in conversation with Piskor about the Hip Hop Family Tree series, his Rob Leifeld mini-comic and much much more.
Captain Cortez, en route to the Incan empire, is whisked to the world of the present! What lies in store for him and his crew? By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca.Read the rest
With Dr. Pangea’s crew crippled and his plan foiled, his captive is left rescuable (if not ungrateful). By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca.Read the rest
It’s easy to like cartoons. It’s hard to draw them (at least something better than stick figures). Sometimes the best cartoons are drawn out of basic shapes and lines that look easy to draw by anyone, and yet it takes genius to draw like that. And genius is the word I use to describe the author’s drawings and teachings in this classic book.
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Robin Higgins presents a series of excerpts from the life of one of science fiction’s most beloved half-Betazoids.Read the rest
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Negativland's Mark Hosler (top left), Don Joyce (top right), and Peter Conheim (bottom).
Negativland has been in the social commentary, audio collage, and culture jamming business for 35 years. Their output during this time has included 13 albums, a weekly radio show on Berkeley's KPFA, and the Booper. They are best known for the events following their 1991 release U2, an album whose title led to a lawsuit from the band U2's label Island Records and the album's withdrawal.
Negativland's latest release, It's All In Your Head, calls into question adherence to a single religious belief system.
Street Angel has infiltrated Dr. Pangea’s hideout. What comes next for our heroine and her nemesis? By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca.Read the rest
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Fight Night! Street Angel vs. Dr. Pangea’s Ninja henchmen. By Jim Rugg and Brian MarucaRead the rest