Artist and animator Dave Simons has passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was 54. Daniel Best has a tribute: In his career Dave worked with some of the giants of animation and comic books. He was one of the best inkers to work with Gene Colan since Tom Palmer, a fact that […]
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[This really got delayed due to MoCCA madness. Many apologies to Marc-Oliver and faithful readers.] by Marc-Oliver Frisch After a terrifying March performance, DC Comics’ periodical sales in the direct market rebounded in April. The second part of Neil Gaiman’s “Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?” and the debut of Geoff Johns’ The Flash: Rebirth […]
Yow, we totally lost this post of fantastic D&Q artists now on the road. Please go or Peggy will kill us: ADRIAN TOMINE & SETH ON TOUR: Adrian Tomine and Seth will be traveling together and each will be presenting their own slide show. All I can say is that Adrian’s is based on his […]
See Becky Cloonan’s blog for the rest of this struggle. Also check out the announcements for K.G.B. an upcoming webcomic by Cloonan and Hwan Cho. We’ve been longing for some tasty ’90s nostalgia, and this should fit the bill just right.
Raina Telgemeier reveals the cover for SMILE! her webcomic of dental drama. Deets: Current street date is the beginning of February, 2010. It’ll clock in at 224 full-color pages. My production schedule takes me through the end of this month, so I’ll have my nose to the grindstone for the next 3 weeks–see you in […]
From Golden Age Comic Book Stories illustrator John R. Neill at the peak of his Oz powers for The Emerald City of Oz, which included his scary, manic rendition of the Nome King.
A hit at TCAF, now you can own your own copy of this comic by Francois Ayroles.
Female Force cannot be stopped! And because you can never get enough Obama, here’s their painted cover variant. Isn’t he dreamy? Maybe he’s thinking about…The White House!
Nikki Finke reports on what might be called a no-brainer…the upcoming TINTIN movie will have a big, wide release in Europe for two weeks before it hits the US: One of the film’s producers, Kathleen Kennedy revealed her role in the decison at today’s “Produced By” Conference. Noting this is a first for a film […]
Via USA TODAY, Rourke’s appearance as a villain in IRON MAN 2. Is he wearing one of those fake tattoo undershirts?