The 11th Annual Glyph Comic Awards


It's time to submit 2015 creative works for Glyph Comics Awards consideration, now through January 2106. The requirements and submission form are available through our website.


Making Money with Creator Own Comics


An important piece by Jason Brubaker.

Making Money with Creator Won Comics is a nice 42 minute long video, complete with questions and answers. All indie publishers should check this vid out. You'll have to make a donation, but it'll be worth it. Click the above pic or the link below.

Boss Sites


I love lucking up on cool sites. Like MECCA. Just full of powerful words and images. Click the banner and take a look for yourself. This site is probably gonna make the permanent LINKS page.

And then there's ...


... pure inspiration here ya'll. Extraordinary stuff. Click the banner.

First World Komix!


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Received an email with a link to one of the greatest sites on the net. Been a while since I've been excited about a page. Click the amazing banner featured above and take a look around.

A Dream-Like Vision


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Da Sweet Blood of Jesus is a sexy, hypnotic, dream-like re-telling of the cult classic Ganja and Hess. Layered with a banging sound track, Spike Lee offers a glimpse into the lonely world of Dr. Green. An eccentric art collector, Dr. Green finds himself catapulted into a blood addicted existence. And in an act of supreme selfishness, brings Ganja with him. But that's okay, she's not exactly the most caring person in the world. This film has that Spike Lee vibe from years past. From the opening scene, I was snatched back in time, I'm talking almost thirty years ago when we couldn't wait for the next Spike Lee joint to drop. I miss those days. Da Sweet Blood of Jesus is a good film. Artsy to say the least, but it works with the topic at hand. Oh, it even has Lee's signature still-motion camera pan; or what ever he calls it. Just plain cool. I recommend this one, family.

The above pic is a captured frame from the movie. It was clipped from the screening page. I figured ya'll might like the All-Seeing-Eye...