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04 March 2013 - 08:26 PMhttp://www.comicmix....-seeding-round/
Hey guys look BCB's up for the running for this toune-a-ment
You should all vote
05 August 2012 - 10:50 PMNot sure if folks have seen this stuff:
but there's lots of neat art here LOOK AT IT
11 July 2012 - 03:38 PM
I just want to make this thread to say how amazingly great this comic series is.
Now it's not a webcomic. It's an actual, bi-monthy printed comic, and there's a few book collections so far. It's great.
It takes place in a universe where every animal is still its appropriate size - it's just the mice have decided to band together and irk out at least some kind of basic society. The Mouse Guard are an independent body of mice who basically try to keep civilization running by helping intercity trade, protecting mice, providing neutral ground, etc. Also about going above and beyond duty in fighting nature, like you can see above, stopping a snake by STABBING IT THROUGH THE HEAD AS IT TRIES TO SWALLOW YOU.
The art is great, the world thought-out, the lore neat. I'd reccomend checking it out. You can generally find some free comics during FREE COMIC BOOK DAY at your local comics store.
Penny-Arcade mentioned the tabletop game a few months ago. It's got some great concepts in it, and I can gladly nerd out more about it.
24 June 2012 - 04:25 AM-1-
It cost him almost everything he had made for the past month. But he knew it was all worth it. It was the big night. Prom. The night that everyone talks about. The highlight of senior year. The big shebang before everyone leaves. Before everyone separates.
He didn't know how to tie the tie properly. The internet was helpful enough, though. On his third try, he finally got it the right length. Paulo stood in the bathroom, looking at himself in the tall mirror. Look at you, he thought. Wearing a suit. Sharp. That was a word he'd use. Sharp as hell.
"So this is it, huh?" came a deep voice from the doorway.
"You know it, Dad."
His father walked up next to him, and stood next to him, also facing the mirror. Paulo was taller than his dad now, although not by much. He was, however, currently much better dressed.
"I'm kinda surprised," his father said.
"Why's that?" asked Paulo.
"You almost look respectable," laughed Paulo's dad. There was an almost sad look in his eyes, though, that became more apparent as his father crossed his arms, and his expression turned to one of pride. "You've really planned this all out, huh?"
Paulo took the comb he had on the edge of the sink, and started running it through his hair. "Yeah. She's going to love it.... I hope."
His father's arm wrapped up and around his shoulder. "She will." A smile arose from Paulo's face.
A moment later, his father, giving a reassuring fatherly pat on the back, turned to leave the bathroom. "The keys are in the kitchen. I'll be at Steve's place watching the game. You won't see me until tomorrow, big guy." His father's footsteps sounded from the wood stairs.
"Thanks, Dad! I won't scratch her, don't worry!" He put the comb back down on the edge of the sink. He was glad he learned to drive, although his friends used him as a taxi. Paulo let a huge grin cross his face.
Sharp as hell. She would love tonight.