In case you missed the comments playing out, Dynamite publisher Nick Barrucci apologized to writer Don McGregor for his initially a bit testy response to McGregor’s initially testy accusation that he was being cheated out of royalties that haven’t been earned yet and wouldn’t be paid by Dynamite. The character in question: Lady Rawhide. It’s […]
Archives for 06/03/2013 5:00 pm
Comics have always been a collaborative medium (though you can dispute the extent of contributors input and editing til the cows come home) but the internet has certainly opened up the concept, allowing it to be explored in new and different ways and making it much easier for artists to connect. Sweeping general statements aside, […]
NBM has announced their releases for the rest of the year and into 2014 and if you like P. Craig Russell’s opera and fairy tale adaptation, you are in luck: they have several collections in the hopper. Also, the return of Omaha the Cat Dancer, a fondly remembered erotic comic from the 80s which has […]
So it only took three years to go back to the strategy of the “universe-wide crossover event” with Forever Evil. Is that enough time to build up an appetite for this kind of thing? Probably. Along with the groovy 3D covers, another throwback element. These do look effective in GIF format though — and given […]
Comics Alliance is officially back, purchased by Townsquare Media, another conglomerate of primarily music sites which is owned by a former AOL exec who helped develop Comics Alliance. Along with CA, Townsquare picked up a bunch of AOL’s music sites which were also cut, including The Boot, BoomBox, and NoiseCreep. CA is back as usual with […]
Sunday morning a crowd of die-hard fans gathered to hear some Wonder Woman artists discuss their favorite character, her appeal, and why her translation into other media has been so “problematic” over time. Phil Jimenez, George Perez, Ramona Fradon, and Joe Kelly weighed in on the subject, with Kelly moderating. Each explained how they initially […]
The comics industry is doing “okay” these days, but it’s still a business of very small margins, and one misstep can put you in a rocky spot.
For instance, it seems that Antarctic Press, the long running manga-tinged indie publisher of such books as Gold Diggers, Warrior Nun, Ninja High School and many more, has run afoul of two things that can cause big problems: Wal*Mart and returns.