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3Doodler

The Bee’s Knees: 3Doodler

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re looking at a doodler’s dream come true. [...]

February 22, 2013 Features
Bee's Knees light graffiti

The Bee’s Knees: Street Art

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re looking at one of the most discouraged [...]

February 15, 2013 Features
Code

The Bee’s Knees: Coded Poems

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re looking at coded poetry—writing that is readable [...]

February 8, 2013 Features
Smiley

The Bee’s Knees: Pictograms

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re looking at the ancient tradition of pictographic [...]

February 1, 2013 Features
Song Slides

The Bee’s Knees: Illustrated Songs

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re taking a look at music, songs in [...]

January 25, 2013 Reviews
Webcomics Wednesday

Webcomics Wednesday: Landscapes

Greetings, fellow explorers, and welcome to Webcomics Wednesday! Where would you like to go today? To the beach? The woods? A mountaintop, perhaps? You’re in luck: there’s a webcomic for every kind of landscape, and they’re all ripe for exploration. [...]

January 23, 2013 Reviews
Side by side

The Bee’s Knees: Bookbinding

First there were stone slabs and animal hides. Then there were scrolls of papyrus. Then there was parchment, and finally the bound book. And a few less traditional alternatives, which I shall discuss here. Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s [...]

January 11, 2013 Features
Webcomics Wednesday

Webcomics Wednesday: The Many Faces of Manga

Hello, and welcome to Webcomics Wednesday! The past twenty years or so the Western market has seen rapid growth in one particular comic format: manga.  The Japanese artwork and storytelling has grown to encompass a wide variety of genres, and [...]

January 9, 2013 Reviews
Colunus

Webcomics Wednesday: Colonus

Hello, and welcome to Webcomics Wednesday! To those of you who are regular visitors to Comic Booked, you know that it is customary for Webcomics Wednesday to feature five different webcomics that all share one common theme or characteristic based [...]

December 26, 2012 Reviews
Word Ornaments1

The Bee’s Knees: Ornaments

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re getting into the holiday spirit with decorating [...]

December 21, 2012 Features
MarvelNOW!

Marvel NOW! Mashup Review: Fantastic Four #1, All-New X-Men #1, and Thor #1

A couple days ago saw the release of new books for three great sagas by Marvel NOW!: The Fantastic Four #1, the All New X-Men #1, and Thor #1. Let’s ask some of our writers and see how these new [...]

November 15, 2012 Reviews
Club Love Webcomic

Webcomics Wednesday: Join the Club

Hello, and welcome to Webcomics Wednesday! Do you like comics? Do you like discovering new favorites? Join the club! Whether or not you’re an official member of any elite group of people, you can appreciate the sense of fun and [...]

November 7, 2012 Reviews
Comics Spine Poem

Bee’s Knees: Spine Poems

Spine Poems ~ Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly column focusing on some of the many creative ways words and pictures can be combined! I would like to begin this week by sharing a poem: As the [...]

November 2, 2012 Features
Sunday at the Park

Review: Sunday at the Park

“The outlook wasn’t brilliant for Mudville nine that day: / The score stood four to two, but with one inning more to play.” Generations of Americans can place these lines as the opening for the classic “Casey at The Bat,” arguably [...]

October 30, 2012 Reviews
Book Arts1

The Bee’s Knees: Book Art Centers

Centers for book arts are available around the nation -- wonderful ways for people to explore and discover various book arts. [...]

October 26, 2012 Features