Submitted by CulturePulp on June 11, 2008 - 12:00
"Serenity Tales" returns with four new installments -- and links to a couple of additional "Firefly"/"Serenity" webcomics.
Submitted by CulturePulp on May 20, 2008 - 01:20
Bolt discusses the genesis of the strip and its lethally foolish characters; his love of the early-'90s indie comics that influence his work; the dangers of precious continuity; and why he loves to kill his characters over and over and over in the service of cultural satire.
Q&A: "Nobody Scores!" cartoonist Brandon Bolt (The Oregonian, May 19, 2008)
Submitted by CulturePulp on May 12, 2008 - 12:02
Submitted by CulturePulp on April 25, 2008 - 13:40
The Portland, Oregon print media kind of went insane promoting this year's Stumptown Comics Fest. To wit:
- THE OREGONIAN created a two-page comic and an arts-section cover devoted to Stumptown. You can read the whole feature as a three-page PDF right here.
- Meanwhile, THE PORTLAND MERCURY ran a full-page color comic by Dylan Meconis and Bill Mudron. Meconis posts on the matter here. Mudron provides a bigger look at the comic here.
- WILLAMETTE WEEK interviews Stumptown guest Brian Michael Bendis.
- And THE PORTLAND TRIBUNE plugs Stumptown while discussing the 24-hour "Drawpocalypse."
More media links can be found here, at the official Stumptown site.
Submitted by CulturePulp on January 25, 2008 - 10:45
Non-fiction comic CulturePulp just posted a two-part interview with "Perepolis" creator Marjane Satrapi:
Submitted by CulturePulp on January 4, 2008 - 13:07
by Mark Bourne and Neal Skorpen
In this six-pager set after the events of "Serenity," Jayne Cobb's mother proves she's as tough as her son.
2. Notes on a Fridge [on a Spaceship], Vol. 2
by Arwen Bijker; some artwork courtesy Ursula Vernon.
THE STORY: Arwen's remarkable fan-fiction experiment continues with nine (yes, nine) new notes! Serenity's crew just can't stop arguing via a series of handwritten missives stuck on the ship's fridge.
3. Serenity Park #3: Goushi
by Lux Lucre and Wydraz
Meet the "South Park"-ized Shepherd Book.
There's also a fairly massive update to the site's database of webcomics mentioning "Firefly" and "Serenity" -- which now clocks in with well over 70 references.
Submitted by CulturePulp on September 24, 2007 - 23:50
The Oregonian's AENow blog just published an interview with "Achewood" artist Chris Onstad about the free "Achewood" tattoo promotion going on in Portland:
"Ximena's a fan of the strip, and she had the clever idea to drum up business with this promotion," says "Achewood" creator Chris Onstad via e-mail. "From what I understand, it's a repeat-driven business. She sends me new photos every other day or so. We haven't got a red rotary telephone or anything, but it's keeping her busy. We have a high number of readers in Portland due to the large amounts of drugs that are constantly being consumed there."
Much more at the link -- including an explanation of "Achewood" for the newbies and a drop-in (with photos) at a evening tattoo session with a fellow who wanted Roast Beef inked on his shoulder blade.
A tattoo artist obsesses about "Achewood" (The Oregonian, Sept. 24, 2007)