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A Month of Webcomics – Kiwi Blitz

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different webcomic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you webcomic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Mary Cagle’s delightfully fun Kiwi Blitz, about a teenage girl fighting crime with the help of her giant kiwi bird robot.

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A Month of Webcomics – The Bean

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different webcomic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you webcomic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Travis Hanson’s epic fantasy tale, The Bean, which garnered an Eisner nomination for Best Digital Comic this year.

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A Month of Webcomics – Super Haters

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different webcomic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you webcomic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Nick Marino & Justique Woolridge’s daily superhero satire, Super Haters, where a pair of superheroes have many misadventures, but mostly just sit around and talk.

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A Month of Webcomics – Geist!

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different webcomic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you webcomic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at L.S. Zwarenstein’s Geist!, a comic about a teenage girl who is scarred by mystical forces. After recovering well enough to return to school, she determines to get her revenge against those that have wronged her. It is a striking story of revenge within a highly intricate alternate reality where invisible monsters impact everyone’s daily lives.

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A Month of Webcomics – The Hero Business

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different webcomic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you webcomic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Bill Walko’s The Hero Business, a nifty strip about a company that specializes in supporting superheroes, from marketing, to publicity, to costume design to tech support – pretty much everything! As Bill terms it in his description – “with great power comes great marketability!” And so far in this strip, it also goes hand in hand with great fun!

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A Month of Webcomics – 14 Nights

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Kristina Stipetic’s bittersweet romance comic, 14 Nights, which tells the story of a misanthropic man with one arm who falls in love with a sweet guy who, for yet unrevealed reasons (perhaps for unknown reasons even!), refuses to have sex ever. Stipetic uses a powerful, natural approach to telling this story (in other words, there is sex and profanity in this comic – so be forewarned before you read the preview pages!).

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A Month of Webcomics – English Majeure

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at a very new web comic, one that has only been around for about three months. Titled English Majeure, it is written and drawn by Keith Pille, and it involves one-off gags about books. Basically, it’s silly gags for well-read people. It’s been a lot of fun so far.

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A Month of Webcomics – Carpe Chaos

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at a web comic that is, in its own way, attempting to do with web comics what Stan Lee did with the early days of the Marvel Superhero Universe. Basically, writers Eric Carter and Jason Bane do a series of web-comics all within the same universe. Every comic can be read on its own, but the comics read together gives you a sense of the universe that they have created and that all of the characters inhabit. What you have is five alien races and their experiences once inter-planetary travel has been discovered. So each comic shows you a little bit of each race, but since they’re all one big universe (and the stories are set all over the place, timeline-wise) you learn new things about the shared universe no matter what book you’re reading.

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A Month of Webcomics – 99 Reasons to Win

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at a twist on the racing comic idea called 99 Reasons to Win, about a prison death race league, written and drawn by Adam Law (co-written by James Law).

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A Month of Webcomics – Birth of Venus

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at a new online comic book called Birth of Venus from Andrew Makishima, Matthew Rice and Rory Walsh. The first issue is available FREE today (timed to coincide with Free Comic Book Day!). It is about a woman who gains superpowers through her unborn baby.

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A Month of Webcomics – Moon Freight 3

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Luke Foster’s Moon Freight 3, a workplace comedy about a guy and his best friend, a robot, who both work together on a cargo inspection station in outer space (in…the FUTURE!!!).

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A Month of Webcomics – Eventy-Seven

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Ken Koral’s Eventy-Seven, a bizarre tale of a young girl who is uprooted from her home In California to move to a strange house in the middle of nowhere on the East Coast. After she and her family move in, things get a whoooooooole lot stranger.

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A Month of Webcomics – Registered Weapon

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Gardner Linn & Chris Thorn’s offbeat crime series, Registered Weapon, about a hard-nosed homicide detective and his partner…a cash register. Dave Lentz & Rob Simmons have been the artists so far on the series.

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A Month of Webcomics – American Barbarian

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Tom Scioli’s American Barbarian, a post-modern riff on Thundarr the Barbarian, done in that wonderful Kirby-esque art style that Scioli employs on the excellent series, Godland, that he does with Joe Casey. Here, Scioli takes control of the writing as well as the art and it is an enjoyable, offbeat adventure series with great artwork.

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A Month of Webcomics – The Line

All throughout May, I’ll spotlight a different web comic. Like with the month of independent comics and the month of LGBT comics, I figure I will let you web comic creators out there suggest your comic for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

Today we look at Kevin Church and Paul Salvi’s new strip, The Line, about the dysfunctional staff at a restaurant.

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