Coming Attractions: November 2010

By Torsten Adair The following is a selection of new comics titles due to be published in November 2010. This list is not comprehensive, as there are over 350 books scheduled. Instead, I have selected titles which caught my interest.  If you would like to browse forthcoming graphic novels and related books at your leisure, […]

31 Days of Halloween: The Bride of Frankenstein

Via Golden Age Comic Book Stories

The greatest Halloween movie of all time.

31 Days of Halloween: Adam Koford

Via awesome Adam Koford

Heck another!!!

31 Days of Halloween: Jim & Ruth Keegan

More here.

31 Days of Halloween: Punkin & Boo

Matt Sundstrom has created a pretty adorable all-ages Halloween comic starring Punkin & Boo.

31 Days of Halloween: Betty and Veronica

This is a digital comics exclusive from Archie. Download via Archie’s comics app.

31 Days of Halloween: Misc.

MORE art that folks sent to us! Via David Quinn Via TwoMorrows Via a fellow whose name we lost.

31 Days of Halloween: The Horror! The Horror!

More here

31 Days of Halloween: Uriel Duran


2010 Friends of Lulu Awards winners

Presented last night at at the Long Beach Comic Con. Leah Adezio Award for Best Kid-Friendly Work: Diana Nock, The Intrepid Girlbot Best Female Character: Ramona Flowers, Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O’Malley Kim Yale Award for Most Talented Newcomer: Kathryn Immonen: “The Runaways” Lulu of the Year: Kate Beaton Woman of Distinction Award: Lauren […]

2010 Eagle Award winners

The Eagle Awards were presented at the MCM Expo in London Last night,. And the winners are: Roll of Honour – Brian Bolland Favourite Newcomer Writer – Jonathan Hickman Favourite Newcomer Artist – Jamie McKelvie Favourite Writer – Warren Ellis Favourite Writer/Artist – Darwyn Cooke Favourite Artist: Pencils – Frank Quietly Favourite Artist: Inks – […]

To do tonight 10/30: Charles Burns at FBI Store

      CHARLES BURNS: X’ED OUT Slide Talk, Print Exhibition and Book Signing Saturday, October 30, 6:00 to 9:00 PM   Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery 1201 S. Vale Street, Seattle, WA 98108 206.658.0110 Open Daily 11:30 – 8:00 PM, Sunday until 5:00 PM  

Thought for the day: Frank Darabont

The funny thing about the Internet nerds is — and I say this with love and a certain amount of suspicion and caution — no matter what you do, there’s a certain type of Internet dweller that’s going to piss and moan about it.

More King Con II deets

Tim O’Shea has his own Talking with Tim blog now, and his interview with Regan Jay Fishman has
lots of details on next weekend’s King Con in Brooklyn. We haven’t time to really dig in now but here’s the programming:

Behind the comics best sellers

Every Friday, The New York Times presents its “graphic books” best seller list. It’s compiled from BookScan, Diamond, and, as far as we can tell, magic juju algorithms of some kind. It is, like all best seller lists, probably a little subjective and magical, but it certainly reflects a stable metric of what books are selling briskly that week. Given all that we’ve talked about this week in terms of superheroes and literary comics and manga and what not…let’s see exactly what is selling THIS week in American comics, with my own commentary.

SUPERBOY preview by Lemire, Gallo, and Albuquerque

Via DC’s the Source, a preview of the new SUPERBOY #1, which goes on sale next Wednesday. The story is by Jeff Lemire and art by Pier Gallo, with cover by Rafael Albuquerque. Avoiding any issues with the still pending Superboy lawsuit, this is NOT young Clark Kent but a new clone named Connor Kent.