Continuing our look at some queer themed comics for Pride Month, Eighty Days is a beautifully drawn historical romance adventure with queer themes. It has a stunning ink line and a feel that harkens back to classic comic strip adventures.
Ending a suspenseful watch that lasted a few months, the white smoke has finally risen from DC Entertainment, signaling the election of a new pope of humor: Bill Morrison will be the new executive editor of Mad Magazine when it moves westward later this year.
I got quite a response to my rant on the ascent of graphic novels and and decline of the periodical that ran last week. While I felt constrained not to leak to much of the BookScan reports, one commenter felt no such compunction and posted LAST week’s top 20 (And the complete top 20 for […]
It’s been known for some time that the Damage Control, a construction company set in the Marvel Universe specializing in property damaged related to superhuman conflicts, co-created by the late/great Dwayne McDuffie and Ernie Colón would be featured in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming film. However, whether the fictional company would have a significant role in […]