Pulp books huh? That’s right step your Doc Savage knowledge game up in this installment of Doc’s new adventure. Here Doc accepts the President’s call to find out how a mysterious volcano pops up from no where like a volcanic ninja and eliminates an entire battle cruiser in the matter of one comic panel. As a bonus, Doc is on a side mission to locate his cousin’s beloved “room mate”. Join the Comic Indie Guys this week as we break down Doc Savage Ring of Fire #1.
CREATOR OF THE WEBCOMIC SERIES “GOING VIRAL”
Welcome to another addition edition of “Ask An Artist” where a question is poised to the writers and artists of Comic Indie.
We were at Comicpalooza, the largest pop culture festival in Texas! We did a quick panel over creating your own comic and discussed the ins-and-outs of creating a comic book.
“We’re men, okay? That means a few things; we like to make bowel movements with the door open, we talk about ladies, we like to go on riverboat gambling trips, and we make our own beef jerky.” – Dale Doback.
Join the comic Indie Guys this week as we break down Man Thing #1 written by R.L. Stein. Yes the Goosebumps R.L. Stein. Is this book great or is it just meh? Find out now.
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INTERVIEW WITH JAY GILLESPIE, creator of “SEVERED SOULS”
If your in Houston or planning to travel down to Comicpalooza, Texas’s largest comic convention, please stop by to show your support and check us out on Saturday! We will be showing you how you too can create your very own comics. We’ll be at Room 372E listed under, “Comic Indie – Creating Your Own Comic.”
Welcome back to the second edition of Ask An Artist, where an inquiry is poised to the writers and artists of Comic Indie.
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