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Comics! Games!

In a bid to avoid getting any real work done or doing anything genuinely important or helpful, I've been playing about with my website a bit, adding some new stuff to the comics and design/animation pages - stuff that's been lying around for a while but I just never got around to uploading. Until now.

So there's a whole bunch of new/old strips in the… Continue

Added by Adam Ford on July 18, 2008 at 7:30am — No Comments

Monkey Punch Dinosaur: T-minus 18 and counting

Hey Lifestylers - I'm winding up my Monkey Punch Dinosaur blog soon. Going to get to 100 monkeypunches and call it a day. I'm at 82 monkeypunches at the moment, so there's 18 punches left. Hoping that someone on Channel Comics Lifestyle would be up for drawing a picture of a monkey punching a dinosaur and emailing it to adamatsya ATT gmail DOTT com.



Three rules: monkeys. punching. dinosaurs. Oh, and the monkey's throwing the punch. So that's four rules.



Anyway, check it… Continue

Added by Adam Ford on March 24, 2008 at 4:30pm — No Comments

The Arrival - reviewed by the Thought Balloonists

A new comic criticism blog started up this week, called Thought Balloonists. Every Tuesday Craig Fischer and Charles Hatfield (who between them have written for the Comics Journal and the International Comic Art Forum, among others) both review the same comic in a call-and-response kind of way.



Their first…
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Added by Adam Ford on January 17, 2008 at 5:42pm — 1 Comment

Mister Wonderful - Free Clowes!

Dan Clowes has an ongoing strip happening at the New York Times, in their Funny Pages section. "Mister Wonderful" is up to chapter 11 as of today, with each chapter available as a downloadable .pdf.


Added by Adam Ford on November 26, 2007 at 12:57pm — No Comments

Jeffrey Brown Monkeypunch!

Cheggit: Jeffrey Brown (yeah, THAT Jeffrey Brown) - he of changebots and being a man fame - drew a picture of a monkey punching a dinosaur for Monkey Punch Dinosaur.

Needless to say I'm pretty…

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Added by Adam Ford on November 12, 2007 at 9:08am — 2 Comments

Podcastin'

So I've started podcasting the comic reviews I've been doing for RRR's Aural Text over the last couple of years. First cab off the rank is a review of Gestalt Comics's Character Sketches: Trauma and Joy…

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Added by Adam Ford on September 1, 2007 at 6:24am — No Comments

Rude Boy

Rude Boy is a character who exists because of a font. Specifically the webdings clipart font that's standard on most computers. Each letter's a picture, and for some reason (most likely the amusement of the font's designers) the capital M in this font set is what can only be described as a hovering silhouette of a rude boy in the style of the Two Tone ska record label logo.



So I made a comic about him, using only the icons from the font, and the occasional vector-drawn prop.…

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Added by Adam Ford on July 21, 2007 at 10:13am — No Comments

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