Matt Kindt and Steven Sanders Team Up for Marvel Miniseries


Thrillingly, two of the best minds in comics will be teaming up this September for a new four-issue Marvel miniseries, called Infinity: The Hunt. Announced on CBR, this appears to be a contest comic similar to Avengers Arena, only without all that Tumblr-scarring murder.

San Diego Comic-Con announces contest for remaining badges


Okay kids, the lottery is here. SDCC is going their annual badge resale, but you’ll need to enter a lottery to be able to purchase them. Basically you go enter the drawing now and you’ll be notified next week if you can buy a badge. So you hear that? No waiting in line, no busy […]

REVIEW: Aw Yeah Comics #1


On the back of their monumentally successful Kickstarter campaign, the team behind Aw Yeah Comics have made the first issue of their new series available. If you backed the Kickstarter – and evidence suggests that somewhere close to 85% of the country did – then you’ll already have the issue in your inbox. Otherwise, you […]

On the Scene: Jason Aaron, Greg Rucka, Jason Latour Talk Crime Comics at Heroes Con 2013


Vito Delsante hosted a gathering of some of the purveyors of the gritty, and often all too reality-based comics handling crime and violence at Heroes Con, and when they noticed that everyone on the panel was bald, they decided that this was a call to “embrace the dark side of humanity” by shaving one’s head.  […]

It’s time for a Peter Bagge retrospective


A two part conversation between Peter Bagge (Hate, Reset) and Zak Sally at plants the flag on the idea that Bagge’s achievements need a reassessment: His editorship of Weirdo followed by Neat Stuff followed by Hate was a run pretty much unparalleled in comics– maybe a handful were as good, but you could count […]

When The Walking Dead had to struggle


At the recent Produced by Conference, a ton of Hollywood heavy hitters got up and blabbed in panel-format chats. One by Walking Dead producers Gall Ann Hurd and David Alpert recount the familiar but becoming legend story of the show that everyone didn’t want to do: notoriously dumped by NBC, it was reluctantly picked up […]

Reminder! Eisner Award voting ends June 12th!


[Vintage Jim Steranko from the 2006 Eisners.] The deadline for voting in the Eisner Awards is WEDNESDAY June 12 at MIDNIGHT PDT. There are no paper ballots this year, only online. Voting is open to industry professionals, defined as comics creators (writers, artists, colorists, letterers), editors, publishers, and retailers, plus graphic novel librarians and scholars, […]

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits, 6/10/2013: Khalid Albaih, C.F., Superman’s chest


§ The NY Times profiles Qatar political cartoonist Khalid Albaih: Lanky, with thick glasses and a nerdy air, Mr. Albaih does not look the part of a rebel. By day, he works in multimedia for the Qatar Museum Authority here, sitting behind a 27-inch iMac screen with a Superman bobblehead doll on his desk. After […]

Photo Parade: Grand Comics Festival was really nice


This weekend, while everyone else was at Heroescon, I checked out the Grand Comics Festival at Brooklyn’s Bird River Studios on Saturday. It was a pleasant sunny day, the show was free, and the vibe was super mellow. As I approached the door I had a buzz coming from inside—always a good sign—and people were […]