Peggy Burns on Double-X in comics

I’ve had a lot of private correspondence over my recent post on my dearth of women creators and decision-making execs, many from folks who work for indies who pointed out the number of women working in those fields. Which is true. I was commenting more on mainstream, i.e. Marvel and DC Comics, where the number […]

WATCHMEN: this is getting uglier

Many late night holiday-themed movements in the WATCHMEN case, and they are enough to make a movie fan’s nerves as frayed as the collar on a pitbull. It seems that, yes, Fox is going to try to stop the movie’s release: An attorney for 20th Century Fox says the studio will continue to seek an […]

Sikoryak’s Dark Arch

There are never enough new comics by R. Sikoryak, author of pluperfect pastiche/homage comics like “Good Ol’ Gregor Brown” and “Little Pearl” which make us appreciate classics of literature AND comics all the more when they are mashed together, chocolate and peanut butter style. Happily, Sikoryak’s “Masterpiece Comics” are going to be collected in 2009 […]