How A Comic Artist Can Make Sure His Dog Is Well Protected During Winter

Winter season is quit demanding and can make a toll on your four-legged friend as well if you are not careful. For most comic artists, keeping an eye on their dogs may be challenging since the work can at times be so demanding, consuming all the time and they may not even realize that their

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Minimum-Wage Hikes Hit a San Francisco Comic-Book Store-Read more

I’m hearing from numerous customers saying, “I really voted for that but I did not know it would affect you”…says Brian Hibbs, the owner and operator of Comix Experience, which is an iconic comic book and a graphic novel shop on San Francisco’s Divisadero street, of the new minimum wage law.   San Francisco’s position

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Comics Drawing Preparation Tips

Comics have a way of making us experience laughter, sadness, excitement, or any other emotion or power of a visual story. For this reason, many people, regardless of age they still love reading comic books. Coming up with your own comic book can be a rewarding experience as comic is a good career that anyone

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How To Stay Fit And Healthy As A Comic Artist

Being a comic artist is fun, but just like any career, it is not that simple. In today’s world, there is a lot of competition in every area and for anyone to make it it’s a must to work even harder and smarter. Creating comics requires ample time for one to come up with something

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Biography of a Great Comic Artist

Bob Kane was born in New York City on October 224 1916. At the age of 15, he joined a drawing contest where the main task was to copy characters from the Strip Just Kids by Gene Byrne and he won a second prize which was the Just Kids Original. Kane attended the commercial art

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