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With words and comix, SF Bay Area cartoonist/journalist Suzie Cagle explores what it’s like to wear a Google Glass. She looks into the growing divide between the Glass Explorers and those who think that people who wear them in public places are GlassHoles.
Read it here: https://medium.com/p/59e09d27432a
Original page by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1, published by DC Comics, 1986.
It’s my mom’s birthday and I drewed her a Dory! Happy Birthday, Moms!
"The world’s changed, people. The stakes are higher, the danger’s greater. We have to be equal to them."
Soaking up the sun on this nice day, gettin’ my Krypton.
Stupid comic I drew in a couple hours at work today.
So the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer was sweet. We all love Rocket Raccoon. He’s a raccoon that shoots a gun, after all! Who could say no to that?
But he didn’t spring, fully formed, from the ether, despite what people may think happens with artwork on Tumblr. He was…
For Valentine’s day, please enjoy “The Truth,” a Star Trek minicomic by Ming Doyle and myself.
It was created for To Boldly Zine, a Trek zine edited by our friend Dafna. It makes its debut this weekend at the L.A. Zine Fest. In addition to this story, there are contributions by Jason Ho, Joshua Williamson, Rachel Dukes, Ian Brill, and a bunch of other super-talented folks. If there are any left over after the event, I’ll be sure to give you a link to it!