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'Daredevil' Director Alex Garcia Lopez Breaks Down That Insane Prison Fight
The new season of Daredevil is being touted by critics and fans as one of the best offerings from Marvel Television yet.
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16 hours ago by neverminding
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Kinda, sorta, and more, in the comic strip Zits.
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16 hours ago by M.Leddy
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Stolden from the excelleent feed -- Night Nurse! I need to find some of these.
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23 hours ago by jamuraa
Huxley vs. Orwell: The Webcomic – Biblioklept
Stuart McMillen's webcomic adapts (and updates) Postman's famous book-length essay, Amusing Ourselves to Death, which argues that Aldous Huxley's vision of the future in Brave New World was ultimately more accurate than the one proposed by George Orwell in 1984. (Via).
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yesterday by basemaly
Frontier #17: “Mother’s Walk”
While reading Lauren Weinstein’s “Mother’s Walk,” the latest entry in the ongoing monograph anthology series Frontier, it occurred to me how rare it is for a comic to offer this kind of portrayal of childbirth and motherhood.
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yesterday by paulgreer
French Abstract Formalist Comics (French Structural Comics): An Artistic Movement
Definition

In the mid-2010s, a group of young French artists began creating wordless comics with geometric and minimalist style and little or no narrative. What they show instead is more of a "process."

The emotionless and mechanical style and lack of narrative and words lead the reader to focus on the formal qualities and abstract concepts of comics, visual art, and printed media, such as space-time, movement, body, sign, texture, representation, transformation, repetition/variation, etc.
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yesterday by paulgreer

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