Tag Archives: comics

Brimstones Over An Open Fire

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Spreader Of Old Wives Tales

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Keeping up with the Joneses

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Women “R” The Same Everywhere.

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Tasty Brimstones

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Boy George Was Right: War IS Stupid pt.2

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Grim and Bare It.

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Erin & Josh

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We interrupt your regularly scheduled ‘Brimstones’ to bring you Erin & Josh.

Happy Valentine’s Day from Lattaland.


It’s that time of the month again, Brimstones.

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More Brimstones

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Introducing The Brimstones

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The Further Adventures Of Morrissey

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To be continued…


Josh Latta: Social Media Queen

5a59f8106e1411e2b20722000a1f97fa_7My pal and incredible cartoonist, Hunter Jin Clark asked me a few questions a while back about the importance of having an internet presence to build/promote a career in comics. While I’m a professional floor mopper slash glory hole attendant I thought I’d take a stab at his questions anyway. Here’s the interview in full, dig it, suckers.

1. What is your primary format for comics? I.e. Mainstream, Small Press, Creator Owned, Webcomics, etc.?

I would consider what I do as creator owned, sure, but mostly I would say is I do a ‘funny animal’ comic.

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SPX 2012: In A Few Pictures & Fewer Words

L to R: Brad McGinty & Josh Latta

Holy shit! it’s Dan Clowes!

L To R: Josh Latta,  Shawn Daughhetee,  Adam Daughhetee,  Rob Ullman and Rich Tommaso.


Baltimore Comic Con In Pictures & 325 Words

So, what’d you do this weekend? Hey, that’s super.

Me? Funny you should ask. I went to my new hometown’s very own comic convention, The Baltimore Comic Con. 

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Wated: More Readers Like Claire

It’s never too early to have great taste!

Thanks, Michael!


20 Dollars For Two Sandwiches & Water? A Heroes Con Reflection

L to R: Josh Latta and Rashy Rabbit

Greetings pals, comic nerds or people just googling Heroes Con hoping to find their name.  Welcome to my annual Heroes Con wrap-up extravaganza.  Ugh. I hate the word ‘annual.’ It always reminds me of  non-cannon comics filled with shitty art  that costs more.  It’s not everyday I can make a reference like that, in fact, it’s only 3 days a year when I can, and it’s at Heroes Con, America’s favorite comic book convention.

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