Friday, May 8, 2009

HIGH MOON, Eagle Awards, & You

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The Eagle Awards are the name given to a series of awards for comic book titles and creators. They are awarded by UK fans who vote for who they feel are the best in each category of the awards.

The 2008 nominations process for the Eagle Awards is due to begin on Friday 8th May 2009.

And, if you live in the UK, please consider HIGH MOON in the category of Favourite Web-Based Comic.

Thank you!



Thursday, May 7, 2009

Frequently Bought Together

As you may know, BAYOU and HIGH MOON are both scheduled to hit bookstores and comic shops soonish. If you are one of those fine people who likes to pre-order your books through Amazon.Com, you're in luck ... as you can get a copy of both books for $20 and some change.

Here's the listing as it appears on Amazon:

Frequently Bought Together

Customers buy this book with Bayou by Jeremy Love

High Moon Vol. 1 + Bayou
Price For Both: $20.38


So, what are you waiting for?
Order your copies today!

ATOMIC ROBO's Scott Wegener on Zuda!

As many of you know, we are big fans of Red 5's ATOMIC ROBO. And really? Why wouldn't we be? The book is unadulterated awesome. And if you picked up either the Free Comic Book Day edition or the latest issue of ATOMIC ROBO AND THE SHADOW FROM BEYOND TIME you'll totally understand why we endorse this series.

This month, we're also endorsing GONE ZOMBIE which is currently appearing on Zuda! You see, this comic series is penciled by the one-and-only Scott Wegener of ATOMIC ROBO fame!

We like Scott. We like ATOMIC ROBO. We like zombies.
And, we think you will too!


Gone Zombie


So ... go read it already!

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Celebrate #freecomicbookday with Webcomics!


Today is Free Comic Book Day!

Celebrate the event by visiting your local area comic shop - and by reading some webcomics!

Here are some great webcomics that we have previously suggested that are well-worth checking out:


Abominable Charles Christopher
– Follow the adventures of a dim-witted yeti through a forest full of colorful animal characters.

Black Cherry Bombshells – An ultra-violent girl gang fights for supremacy in a doomed future where all men have been mutated into flesh eating zombies.

Chicago 1968 – The Democratic National Convention has made its way to the Windy City. The Vietnam War has entered its bloodiest year … and with Abbie Hoffman in the picture, things are about to get really interesting!

Dorming – One of the gURL comix branded for teen girls. It’s pretty cute, and I dig the style.

Evil Inc – Brad Guigar’s long-running series about an evil, super villainous corporation.

Freak Angels – Warren Ellis has a TARDIS in his brain, really it’s the only explanation for how he can keep that sort of genius contained. Now, goes read his steampunk-thingie.


Ghost Pimp – The tales of a Divine Dolemite, Cootie Brown – a super-cool, super-smooth, murdered pimp living in heaven who is sent to earth by G-O-D!

High Moon – Our kick-ass werewolf western series!

Imaginary Boys – Join Elise on her magical escapades, exploring all the worlds between life and death with her pet Robert. Death is not the end… it’s just the beginning.

Jon Raymond is… IMPOSSIBLE – It is just one of the many fine adventure pieces you'll find at Action Age. Action Age is what happens when you let Chad Bowers, Chris Nye, and Chris Sims, the twisted mind responsible for the popular Invincible Super-Blog, create comics.

Kelly – Dan Goldman’s psychedelic fever dream, captured for your enjoyment.

Lore Brand – Although this strip has been retired, it’s well worth checking out as Lore Sj√∂berg remarks on topics trivial, mundane, and profound.


The Marvel A captivating story about rocker scientist and occultist, Jack Parsons, the co-founder of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Next-Door Neighbor – For better, and more often for worse, we all have some crazy neighbor stories. New installments appear every other Monday. Enjoy!

Order of the Stick – As a table-top gamer, I find this medieval fantasy webcomic to be an accurate reflection of the patter that develops during our gaming sessions. See also: Knights of the Dinner Table.

Platinum Grit – Discover primitive magic and crazy adventures, as Jeremy and Nils encounter aliens, showgirls, succubi, and more.

Questionable Content – Looking for a slice-of-life comic to help you forget your troubles? Join Faye and the employees of the local coffee shop for some romantic melodrama and sexual humor.

Raising Hell – The tagline reads, “As much as they wished each other dead, their love refused to DIE!” That’s only the tip of the iceberg in this exceptionally well-rendered, EC Comics-inspired series.

Smash – Mix the humor of "Calvin & Hobbes" with the adventure of The Incredibles, and you’ll end up with something like this series!

Tiny Ghosts – A weekly photo-comic filled with robots, rag dolls, ballerinas, and melancholy humor. See also: A Softer World.

Ulysses Seen – James Joyce’s epic rendered in sequential form!

Vulcan and Vishnu – The travels and travails of two honest workmen devising their way around obstacles and through calamities on their way to fortune and glory.

Wondermark –Take 19th-century illustrations, change the context, create humorous juxtapositions, and you’ll get something like this strip.

xkcd – A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language, and a breakout hit over the last few years.


Yenny
– The adventures of YENNY recounts the day-to-day experiences of a girl who is trying to make it in the adult world, but in quite an out of the ordinary way.

ZudaApparently, there are some really great comics on this site, but this is the only one you really need to read in FULL SCREEN MODE!