Comics and fighting games from a man obsessed with both.

 

symboliamag:

It’s time for another great issue of Symbolia! The theme this time around is THIS MIGHT HURT. Get it: iPad // PDF. Kindle edition coming soon!

Learn about the rise of integrated medicine, explore the future of free clinics in Maine, and investigate the food safety crisis in China. 

This issue is included with a Symbolia subscription, and can be purchased as a single issue for $2.99. Contributors this issue include Emi Gennis, Kat Leyh, Roxanne Palmer, Owen Tucker, and Lily Weed.

Don’t delay! Download now: iPad // PDF.

ALSO: If you love Symbolia, support us in year two. Here’s how: Check out our publisher page at Tugboat Yards, where you can chip in a few bucks in exchange for some digital and physical art.

Just $5 will help us pay contributors and expand to new devices in 2014. Thanks in advance for the support.

Want to take Black Adam’s wake up Lightning Cage off the table? Tired of it ruining your jump ins and throwing off your vortex game? Watch, learn, and use! New Shazam tech!

spellingmistakescostlives:

Just finished this. The procrastination that preceded me sitting down to do it was all part of the concept ok.

spellingmistakescostlives:

Just finished this. The procrastination that preceded me sitting down to do it was all part of the concept ok.

symboliamag:

OH DANG. The next issue of Symbolia drops next week and it’s gangbusters. We’re tackling autobiography with some really top talent:
Julia Wertz memorializes her childhood detective agency.
Sarah Glidden and Fran López go far, far away from home. 
Peter Kuper’s got a death wish. Actually, he has nine of them.
Meet Jonathan Alpeyrie, a photojournalist held by Syrian rebels for 81 days. Produced in partnership with Narratively, written by Brendan Spiegal and illustrated by Roxanne Palmer.
If you aren’t a subscriber yet, what are you waiting for? Get to it. We’re available on iPad // via PDF // Kindle Editions.

symboliamag:

OH DANG. The next issue of Symbolia drops next week and it’s gangbusters. We’re tackling autobiography with some really top talent:

  • Julia Wertz memorializes her childhood detective agency.
  • Sarah Glidden and Fran López go far, far away from home. 
  • Peter Kuper’s got a death wish. Actually, he has nine of them.
  • Meet Jonathan Alpeyrie, a photojournalist held by Syrian rebels for 81 days. Produced in partnership with Narratively, written by Brendan Spiegal and illustrated by Roxanne Palmer.

If you aren’t a subscriber yet, what are you waiting for? Get to it. We’re available on iPad // via PDF // Kindle Editions.

symboliamag:

This has absolutely nothing to do with comics or journalism. It’s just an adorable lion cub practicing his roar. It might just be, too cute.

andywarnercomics:

Hey! I made this comic explainer about the poverty threshold for KQED’s The Lowdown. Click through to read the whole thing!

andywarnercomics:

Hey! I made this comic explainer about the poverty threshold for KQED’s The Lowdown. Click through to read the whole thing!

Here’s a TON of Shazam ranked matches I played the other day. Trying to show off Shazam post patch and trying to improve my game. Shazam still isn’t anywhere near the upper echelon of characters, but he’s a blast to play. Sorry about the sound, super quiet. 

symboliamag:

Narratively just released it’s first collaboration with Symbolia. Kidnapped in Syria tells the story of Jonathan Alpeyrie, a war photographer who was imprisoned in Syria for three months. 
Kidnapped in Syria was written by Narrative.ly’s Editorial Director Brendan Speigal and illustrated by Roxanne Palmer.
If you’re new to Symbolia—subscribe! Our latest issue is dropping soon. We’re available via iPad, PDF, or Kindle. 

symboliamag:

Narratively just released it’s first collaboration with Symbolia. Kidnapped in Syria tells the story of Jonathan Alpeyrie, a war photographer who was imprisoned in Syria for three months. 

Kidnapped in Syria was written by Narrative.ly’s Editorial Director Brendan Speigal and illustrated by Roxanne Palmer.

If you’re new to Symbolia—subscribe! Our latest issue is dropping soon. We’re available via iPad, PDF, or Kindle

Love this video. The sprites from TMNT: Tournament Fighters are gorgeous. Check out more of Nicksplosionfx’s videos if you dig this one. They’re all pretty dece.