If you missed it, you can read the full “Nightwalk” Comic online in the link above.
Retrofit Comics aims to publish 17 32-page floppy-style comics by 17 of the best comic artists in the business. Why 17 artists? Originally it was going to be one year’s worth of comics, but too many amazing artists wanted in. Far be it from me to deny these artists their right to work!
No Matter What - Trailer
“No Matter What” is the story of Nick and Joey, two best friends living in the crumbling landscape of rural Florida, whose lives and friendship are changed by the journey to find Joey’s mother.
written & directed by CHERIE SAULTER
starring MATT WEBB & WAYLAN GROSS
Tomorrow night at ROOFTOP FILMS
Saturday morning cartoons: “Black Sunrise” by Nick Cross
Or, it’s a preview of Black Sunrise, a full length animated film that he’s doing by himself. He’s funding the project via IndieGoGo, so if you’re feeling generous, maybe you could toss some pennies his way to make this thing a reality.
A.K.A is an adrenalin-fueled, action packed, “grindhouse” inspired 4 issue crime comic that explores what happens when you double-cross the wrong man. Brought together by the writer/artist team of Steven Walters, and Rob Reilly, A.K.A is the story of Guy Doyle, a ruthless bodyguard of one of the most notorious crime bosses in New York. When he gets the order to kill Adrian Truelove, a famous gang leader who fathers a child with the mob bosses daughter, a hunt for Truelove ensues and a story that’ll leave you wanting more with each tension filled issue begins.
The book is also supplemented by 4 page, faux upcoming books by some of today’s hottest creators like: Mike Oeming, Joe Kelly, Bryan J.L Glass, Neil Vokes, and John Broglia
hate cliffhangers? love tangible things?
the next 26 pages of comics are here! issue two of kim gee comics spans my dating life from mid july to late august 2010, so you can continue the story on your own instead of waiting around for a new page every tuesday and thursday.
each mini comic is entirely DIY…hand bound, printed at home, assembled by yours truly, and printed on 100% recycled paper. just $5 a pop!
nice things awesome people have said about issue one:
(& to my fellow creatives or independent booksellers i would love to talk about trading zines or art, send me an email and we can discuss. email@example.com)
And she shouldn’t. She gets to keep 70% of her book sales — and she sells around 100,000 copies per month. By comparison, it’s usually thought that it takes a few tens of thousands of copies sold in the first week to be a New York Times bestselling writer.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/amanda-hocking-2011-2#ixzz1FTuO01eu
Superman Classic by Rob PrattVeteran animator Rob Pratt animated this short based on the music of the 1940’s Superman serials. It blends traditional hand-drawn animation with digital backgrounds and colors for a dynamic effect.
John Haymes- Newton of the Superboy television show voices the man of steel, with Newton’s wife Jennifer lending her pipes to Lois lane.
More information on the film can be found at www.robbpratt.com.
CREATOR OWNED COMICS KNOWLEDGE SPREADERS
Write Club fully endorses this.
Good move, I fully support this idea!
Who would like to join the cause? We’re not against mainstream comics. Hell, we love ‘em! We just think there’s room to try something new, something different, something creator-owned!