March 2011


A look at a book that chronicles the history of a classic comic strip…that never existed.

Find out the truth here!

Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera Madame Butterfly ends with the title character’s lover, the naval officer Pinkerton, agreeing to raise their child with his American wife. Quite a few interpretations of the story have been done since then, but Raleigh resident Angela Davis-Gardner’s fourth novel, Butterfly’s Child, is the first to ask, “What happened next?”

Find out here!

Take a trip to the heart of Brooklyn with this hilarious and touching strip about life, love and weed.

Read our interview with creator Meredith Gran here!

Fans of PAN’S LABYRITH will love this much-buzzed-about strip with an eerie storyline and moody, detailed art.

Learn the full story here!

We finally conclude our look at the weirdest relationships in comics, with special guest commentary by THUNDERBOLTS’ Jeff Parker and INCREDIBLE CHANGE-BOTS’ Jeffrey Brown!

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In which we talk with the creator of the hit webcomic about life, love and a talking cactus named McPedro.

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The acclaimed creator talks about his hilarious parody of the robots in disguise.

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The former MTV comedian talks about his new stand-up tour and his web show.

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See the coolest props from the acclaimed ABC Family series!

Check it out here!

I am the captain.
The year is 20__ something something.
I stopped counting a while ago, and therefore not sure what day it is.
Humanity is virtually wiped out in a nuclear holocaust.
Me and my last squad: pilot, sniper and engineer, live in the wasteland ruins of tomorrow.
This is my story.
I am captain.

Vitaly Alexius talks his super-twisted tale of a post-atomic NYC…and the forthcoming TV show.

Read the full interview here!

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