What Should One Make of Childlike Comics Depicting the Exploits of an Erotic Dancer?

What Should One Make of Childlike Comics Depicting the Exploits of an Erotic Dancer?

By Christopher Forsley

Canada's first autobiographical comic chronicles the drama of a stripper's life in a lighthearted and welcoming way. 2 Sep 2015 // 2:05 AM

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'Game Art': Letting the Developers Speak

// Moving Pixels

"In Game Art, Matt Sainsbury is asking questions of video game developers that one might ask a movie director or a novelist or a painter.

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