Visit These Placeswww.fistofjustice.org
So, in our rush to start promoting the fact that we were re-launching FoJ next year we kinda’ forgot that there’s a lot old links lying around out there.
If you were directed here as part of a search, maybe it was linked in an old review or interview, here’s what you need to know:
1) The Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/fistofjustice) is the best place to check for info. We’re setting up a new page at a new domain and will post it on Facebook once we have it ready to go. Ignore links you might find out there that point to a .COM site – that’s not us.
2) Back issues. For the moment, here’s what I could find online:
And if you have ComiXology, everything is available there.
3) Back issues will be available through us as soon as we’re up and running. You can also leave a reply to THIS post and I will personally add you to a list of people to contact to get issues to.
Thanks for your patience and, most importantly, your interest in Fist of Justice!
Looking to buy some quality indy comics? Like buddy-cop action? Then go buy some comics that are both of those things and more!
I’ve been trying to add this directly here to imboden.org, but something’s acting all stupid with my FTP client. So, here it is embedded for now:
Hells, yeah (#6 on the paperback list)!
Yes, this accomplishment is not mine alone – I was but a fraction of a larger group, but then again, not everyone can say that something they worked on has made this list.
So I share this honor with some of the hardest working small press and Indy folks in the business right now. And we ALL have YOU to thank for helping us get there.
Here’s the NY Times List itself
It’s no surprise that big businesses and corporations run this country, and if SOPA and PIPA pass then it will be even more obvious as websites that they don’t agree with can be taken down, with its assets frozen and the domain withheld all under a dubious claim of copyright infringement that nobody will have to prove.
As a creator I am hip to wanting to protect copyrights, but neither of these bills really make any progressive strides towards doing that. Saying I am against bills that aim to help protect copyrights is only taking half of what is going on and claiming it as fact. It would be like saying that because you don’t like the idea of banning automobiles means you’re in favor drunk driving.
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