Kickstart the Week: Year of the Goat #1

By: Nicole D’Andria On this Monday’s “Kickstart the Week” I’m showcasing a comic book project from the creative team of Time Stop #1. This time he needs your help funding Year of the Goat, a horror comic about killer goats. No, that’s not a late April Fool’s day joke. The year 2015 is the Year of the Goat and that’s not a good thing for the human population! Goats all over the world are becoming demons bent on killing human beings. The writer calls it “Walking Dead meets Planet of…

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Indiegogo the Week(end): SAMSARA SAGA

By: Nicole D’Andria On the first “Kickstart the Week(end)” I’m showcasing a comic book project trying to get its funding through Indiegogo rather than Kickstarter. SAMSARA SAGA is a science-fiction graphic novel and the first comic book project from Xenobrane Studios. “Samsara” is the repeating cycle of birth, life and death. In a way, SAMSARA SAGA marks the birth of Xenobrane Studios into the comic book world. It is the first comic book publication of the studio. The creators are Ruel De Guzman and Christopher Harris. This project is the…

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Breaking News: Cancelled DC Titles!! Is the New 52 DONE??

Hey comic Fans!! The DC Comics March 2015 Solicitations hit the web, and along with the beginning of Convergence we found out that many of their titles are being cancelled! What does this mean for DC going forward?? Mike Spider-Slayer ponders that in this video. The story is still developing so stay tuned for a full report on the cancellations by Nicole D’Andria right here on Comic Frontline! Spider-Slayer Links: Check Out Road To Comic Of The Year 2014: Viewer’s Choice Fullscreen Network APPLY TODAY!! Comic Book Corner 2.0’s Channel Comic…

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Interview: Chris Jones

Stephen Walker talked with Chris Jones about his artwork for Young Justice, Batman ’66 and more. SW: How did you get into comics?  CJ: I have loved drawing and telling stories since I was a kid. Even as a child I was making my own comic books.  It’s something I’ve wanted to do for as long as I can remember. I had a weekly comic strip in my local newspaper when I was ten, if you can believe that. I started out doing comics for smaller publishers for little or…

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Anonymous Donor Helps University of Oregon’s Comics & Cartoon Studies

  Anonymous Donor Helps University of Oregon’s Comic & Cartoon Studies By: Nicole D’Andria I really want to hug the anonymous donor who invested $200,000 to help keep the Comics & Cartoon Studies program. This is a minor about comic strips and graphic novels that can you can get by going to the University of Oregon (UO). The program was launched about a year ago and is the first of its kind. Not only does this donation help keep the program alive, it also will allow students in the minor…

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