Golden Age Comics Book Stories spotlights the art of J. Allen St. John: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8.
The big news this weekend was the Anime Expo in LA, with over 40,000 manga, anime and cosplay fans lining up to hear news from all the major players in the field. ComiPress has an exhaustive round-up of links that tell you everything you could ever want to know. Brigid Alverson has a concise digest […]
An English educator who has written government literacy reports recommends comics such as THE BEANO and DANDY as tools to get boys to read, in a desperate bid to catch up with girls, who apparently soak up the books like a hoard of vast omnivorous sponges: Mr Brown said that Japanese-style Manga comics were particularly […]
Subscribe to Graeme McMillan’s posts and comments on I09, including Five Superhero Movies We’re Glad Didn’t Get Made: Green Lantern: One of the greatest near-misses in cinema history is the fact that fan outcry halting pre-production of Jack Black’s comedy movie version of DC’s space cop superhero a few years ago. Hearing Jack talk about […]
§ At long last! Shaenon Garrity takes on the “Littles” — Dot and Lotta!: Little Lotta, incidentally, really needs to be revived, as she’s a great role model for plus-size kids, and there are certainly plenty of those around. The more Lotta eats, the stronger she gets, so gaining weight gives her super-strength to defend […]
Lucinda Breeding of the Denton Record-Chronicle thinks WANTED reflects an interest in the grim and gritty: Last weekend, Universal released Wanted, which is based on a comic book miniseries about a meek worker bee with an impressive, although hidden, gift. He’s the son of a legendary assassin in an organization with an impressive name — […]