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THE BUREAU: Part Eleven, “Your Supervisor Disintegrates” — with a Gysin Dream Machine, an Altman Brain Machine, and Other Hallucinatory Hardware

Week Eleven for The Bureau has you returning back to the office. The HR Video Terminal has a few exit questions, as this will be your last day. While you're completing that, be sure to plug on a Brain Machine and get the Gysin DM spinning. ...

THE BUREAU: Part Ten, “Your Death” — with a Turing Machine, Bouncing Ball Envelope, and Other Randomized Voltage

Welcome back to The Bureau. It’s the tenth installment, with two remaining installments until your day is complete. You've found your way to a bar, and it's a comfortable view of the train. You may have just died. ...

4 free sites for creating your own comics

12.30.2018 · Posted in Technology Articles

In the days of cold, hard newsprint, only people who could draw were successful comic ***** authors. In some cases, this resulted in comic strips that had very nice pictures, but weren't all that funny (cough, Blondie). Thankfully, the internet has t... ...

THE BUREAU: Part Nine, “Your Sandwich Speaks!” — with SBaGen-based Digital Drugs for New Year’s Eve

Welcome back to The Bureau. It's the ninth installment and it looks like that sandwich you found in your pocket contains a bossy talking slice of Brain. And man, it's feeding you some gab! ...

THE BUREAU: Part Eight, “The Bombing of Building Number Four”

Welcome back to The Bureau.

The Bureau is a complete soundtrack of a nine hour day at your job, beginning at 8:55am. Each music track is paired with a comic book panel. If new to story, a few highlights from the first seven installments:

A Buzzing Supply Cabinet at 9:19 An Introduction to Your ...

Calexit: a fractured California, where militias and the DHS battle the resistance in Trump’s future America

The first time I encountered Matteo Pizzolo, Amancay Nahuelpan and Tyler Boss's comic Calexit, I was skeptical: California separating from the USA is an incredibly ****** idea, predicated on innumerable misconceptions (including the idea that the state that gave us Nixon, Reagan, and Schwarzenegger is uniformly progressive, and also the idea that "the world's ...

Paper Girls 5: fate and free will (and dinosaurs and monsters)

For two years now, Brian K Vaughan and Cliff Chiang have been knocking my socks off with their Paper Girls graphic novel, a mysterious, all-girl, Stranger-Things-esque romp through 1980s pop culture, time travel, conspiracies, clones, paradoxes, and you know, all that amazing coming-of-age/friendship-is-magic jazz. Now, the pair have released the fifth collection, and ...

THE BUREAU: Part Seven, “Lockdown in the Building, News of an Active Shooter Near the Cafeteria” — with Mr Quintron’s Circuit-Bent Guitars

Welcome back to The Bureau. This week will be a holiday segment.

Above the fold you'll see this week's comic and playlist, and you can catch up here on the current story. While the main office building gets covered in gasoline and the intruders pounce upon The Brain, we're reminded of this time ...

China’s second-largest gaming company to sell comics assets to rival

China’s online youth entertainment platform Bilibili said it has agreed to buy major assets from the comics arm of gaming giant NetEase, which helped introduce Marvel’s first batch of Chinese superheroes in May. The deal announced on Wednesday will see Bilibili acquire the copyrights of a large number of popular storylines from NetEase to beef up ...