We're always giddy when Marvel or DC announces that an exciting new creator is taking over the writing or art of a favorite character, but there are even more talented creators that the Big Two could be drawing from. Here are just a few of our favorites.
While Peter Jackson's vision of Middle Earth may be the dominant one right now, artists have long put their own spin on J.R.R. Tolkien's world. Dresden Codak cartoonist Aaron Diaz shares his own visual interpretation of Tolkien by illustrating each character of The Silmarillion, as well the book's characters and…
Soon, there will be a little more Philip K. Dick in the world, thanks to a short film adaptation of "The Crystal Crypt," Dick's tale of a brewing war between Earth and Mars. That's just one of many exciting projects looking for a crowdfunding boost this week, alongside a card battle game in which creativity is key, a…
With the DC Universe currently overhauling itself, plenty of artists are serving up their own interpretations of the New 52.
Kimiko Ross, star of Dresden Codak hangs out with probably nuclear-powered individual and Tiny Carl Jung, builds supervillainous memory-stealing devices, and waits for the Singularity with almost evangelical devotion. In the meantime, she traverses some funny and fantastical landscapes.
The webcomics world has gifted us with a bevy of science-themed t-shirts, including this glow-in-the-dark proof that science is awesome. Also, the world's most romantic shirt about radiation poisoning, and the real reasons mammals survived when the dinosaurs went extinct.
Webcomic Dresden Codak takes aim at science fiction that portrays technology in a negative light, by imagining what cavemen's pessimistic science fiction would look like. Needless to say, digging latrines and harnessing fire don't go terribly well.