EXCLUSIVE Liberty Comics #2 Preview: Brian Wood

Liberty Comics #2 is an upcoming benefit anthology, proceeds from which benefit the CBLDF. CBLDF Defenders of Liberty NEIL GAIMAN & JIM LEE lead off an all-star ensemble of industry greats in an all-new second volume of LIBERTY COMICS! Passionate comic book storytelling, all in service to an important cause, the incredible contributions list includes […]

Marvel Month-to-Month Sales: July

by Paul O’Brien There’s a lot to talk about this month, as Marvel’s publishing schedule steps up a gear. July saw the launch of the much-hyped REBORN miniseries, the 600th issues of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and INCREDIBLE HULK, the climax of ULTIMATUM, a crossover between DARK AVENGERS and UNCANNY X-MEN, and a second ongoing DEADPOOL title… […]

Do today’s comics look like ads for lingerie?

Thanks to Agent Provocateur and their new line of superhero-inspired undies, you can now make a detailed comparison, as Laura Hudson did. But Topless Robot thinks you may be saddened: I hadn’t really thought about it before, but if someone had asked me yesterday if someone could actually screw up a comics-inspired lingerie line, I […]

New Blogs! Bell! Drechsler! Trouble!

§ Gabrielle Bell has a blog in which she shares her mysterious, haunting comics. (Link via Claire Bennett) § Debbie Drechsler (DADDY’S GIRL) has a new site with her portfolio and a blog where she posts her nature sketches. Fantastic. (Link via Mike Baehr.) § Alan David Doane has organized a new blog called Trouble […]

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits, 9/15/09

§ Jeet Heer has a fascinating look at Crumb’s textual take on Genesis. § Mike Russell‘s partially cartoon interview with artist Steve Lieber about WHITEOUT, which, even if the movie was an underperformer, is still a pretty good comic book. § According to John Lasseter, all that Pixar Ant-Man talk may have been a tad […]