1. adamwarrock:

    comicsalliance:

    THE HISTORY OF ROCKET RACCOON EXPLAINED

    It’s time again to break down the convoluted history of comics in the recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Created by Eugene Ahn, AKA Adam WarRock and artist Chris Haley of the webcomic Let’s Be Friends Again (and colors by Jessica Marrs), today’s subject is an anthropomorphic alien who is sure to steal the show in Marvel’s upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy film: Rocket Raccoon.

    Who is he? How did he join the Guardians of the Galaxy? How did he work his way into a feature film? Read on to find out.

    READ MORE

    oh man, I helped make this!

     
  2. Hey!

    We did a new COMICS, EVERYBODY!

    This one is (obviously) about ROCKET RACCOON!

    We hope you enjoy it!

    If you do, leave a comment saying as much over there at ComicsAlliance!

    Maybe reblog this or tweet about it and share it with your internet friends?

    Did you know that kind of thing is helpful to us? Well, it is!

    Also, check out the great job Jessica did on colors!

    best wishes,
    Team LBFA

     
  3. chrishaley:

    fourteenacross:

    comicsalliance:

    Comics, Everybody: The History of Hawkeye Explained

    True story, I started reading ComicsAlliance regularly entirely because I wandered over there from LBFA to check out a “Comics, Everybody!” post. They are both hilarious AND helpful as someone who primarily read X-books for a long time and now primarily reads non-X-Marvel-books.

    That is a cool true story.

     
  4. chrishaley:

    comicsalliance:

    Comics, Everybody: The History of Hawkeye Explained

    Remember when we did this?!

    Check it out! Again even maybe!

     
  5. chrishaley:

    gfgossiperpodcast:

    2014 FUNDRAISER EPISODE (purchase

    It’s that time of year again. The time when Chris and I brave our physical and mental health, and watch some stuff, and release a super long podcast. Almost 8 hours of podcasting in one place, we tackle the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, episodes 1 through 3. 

    Donate at least $1 to get the full episode.

    Donate $20 or more, and get a sketch mailed to you of your favorite character from the prequels by comic artist Chris Haley, and non-comic artist Eugene Ahn (email us your request at gravityfallsgossiper@gmail.com). 

    [PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD FROM BANDCAMP, IT COMES WITH A SEPARATE IMAGE FILE THAT GIVES YOU THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO GET THE REST OF THE EPISODE!]

    The fundraiser helps us keep the lights on, pay for hosting and the domain, buy some better equipment, and funds us doing live episodes at a comic store or convention near you. Plus, we’re both independent creative freelancers, and it helps us survive the rest of the year, where we try our best to give you as much great podcasting as we can.

    Thanks so much for all the help and support over this past year and a half. Hope you enjoy it, and please REBLOG! 

    BUY IT HERE!

    Only $1 for 8+ HOURS of us talking about Star Wars, candy, comics, secrets, and, of course, life & stuff.

    BUT!

    If you donate $20 or more, you get a FOR REAL DRAWING mailed to you of your favorite Star Wars prequel character (Kit Fisto, maybe?) drawn by me & Eugene!

    Thank you all for listening and talking about us and telling your friends about us and forcing your friends to listen to us and all the great emails and tweets and Junior Mints and awesome care packages and ice cream cakes and just for letting us keep doing this thing.

    If you’re strapped for cash and can’t afford to spend any money right now, your REBLOGS ARE SUPER-APPRECIATED.

    xo
    ch

     
  6. chrishaley:

    gfgossiperpodcast:

    2014 FUNDRAISER EPISODE (purchase

    It’s that time of year again. The time when Chris and I brave our physical and mental health, and watch some stuff, and release a super long podcast. Almost 8 hours of podcasting in one place, we tackle the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, episodes 1 through 3. 

    Donate at least $1 to get the full episode.

    Donate $20 or more, and get a sketch mailed to you of your favorite character from the prequels by comic artist Chris Haley, and non-comic artist Eugene Ahn (email us your request at gravityfallsgossiper@gmail.com). 

    [PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD FROM BANDCAMP, IT COMES WITH A SEPARATE IMAGE FILE THAT GIVES YOU THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO GET THE REST OF THE EPISODE!]

    The fundraiser helps us keep the lights on, pay for hosting and the domain, buy some better equipment, and funds us doing live episodes at a comic store or convention near you. Plus, we’re both independent creative freelancers, and it helps us survive the rest of the year, where we try our best to give you as much great podcasting as we can.

    Thanks so much for all the help and support over this past year and a half. Hope you enjoy it, and please REBLOG! 

    BUY IT HERE!

    Only $1 for 8+ HOURS of us talking about Star Wars, candy, comics, secrets, and, of course, life & stuff.

    BUT!

    If you donate $20 or more, you get a FOR REAL DRAWING mailed to you of your favorite Star Wars prequel character (Kit Fisto, maybe?) drawn by me & Eugene!

    Thank you all for listening and talking about us and telling your friends about us and forcing your friends to listen to us and all the great emails and tweets and Junior Mints and awesome care packages and ice cream cakes and just for letting us keep doing this thing.

    If you’re strapped for cash and can’t afford to spend any money right now, your REBLOGS ARE SUPER-APPRECIATED.

    xo
    ch

     
  7. I wonder what he wants?!

    Better head over to Let’s Be Friends Again to find out what happens!

     
  8. Winter Is Coming

    I don’t know exactly how the seasons work, but I think winter is actually already here.. but that would have made for a much less interesting title.

    Euge and I are generally pretty good-natured guys… until you put us in a situation where we are cold.

    Then our moods change.

    Drastically.

    We hate being cold is what I am getting at here.

    I’m pretty sure we talk about Frosty and the grave ramifications of his unholy, magical animation and reanimation on this episode of our podcast.

    The end of the year stretch from Thanksgiving to New Year’s has always, historically speaking, caused all kinds of schedule disruptions, so I would hope that those of you that have been here for a long time are not at all surprised that even under new “management”, we are holding fast to that holiday tradition.

    No promises on how the rest of the year will play out, but we will do our best.

    It’s not quite the end of the year yet, so I won’t start getting too much into it, but I hope you guys have enjoyed what we’ve been doing since the return.

    I had some other stuff I was going to talk about in this post, but I’ve completely forgotten what it was. This is not at all unusual for me.

    I saw that Hobbit 2 movie! That’s something. I liked it!

    Keep careful watch of my brothers’ souls, everybody!

    xo
    ch

    Join us for more fun at Let’s Be Friends Again!

     
  9. Enjoy a Classic Christmas Comic from Let’s Be Friends Again!

    The secret comic origins of SANTA CLAUS!

    Originally appeared here at ComicsAlliance!

     
  10. Super Show Biz

    Man, I don’t even know at this point.

    I cut them some slack when they were like, “Hey, we’re going to throw Batman into this Superman movie”, but now they’re saying this movie is going to have Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Lex Luthor, Metallo, The Flash, and possibly Martian Manhunter or Doomsday. What movie are you guys trying to make?!

    To say nothing of the fact that, unless you have ALL of these characters back again, it seems like it’d be damn near impossible for a third Man of Steel movie to not seem totally empty.

    Same deal with this new Spider-Man movie. First it was going to be Electro and maybe The Rhino, but now it’s Electro, Rhino, Green Goblin, Norman Osborne, Harry Osborne, mysterious hat guy, hints of Shocker, Doctor Octopus, the Vulture, Venom, and who knows what else.

    I don’t understand these movie people. To me, it’s like, why not spread this stuff out and make the most of each one of these characters so you can make more of these movies instead of trying to cram as much as possible into each one? I mean, I get it from a purely economic standpoint in that they think the more characters we have the more toys we can make/the bigger it seems/the more people will (hopefully) come to see it. I get that. I think it’s a dumb way to try to make a good movie, but I get it.

    But then, I guess it’s dumb of me to think that these big superhero movies are made with the intention of making “good movies” and not with the intention of making as much money as possible.

    Sigh.

    Anyway, so in this comic, Flash got fried with heat vision for trying to proposition Superman for sex, everybody!

    Big ups, once again, to Jessica for coloring this!

    xo
    ch

    Join us for more at LetsBeFriendsAgain.com!