People often ask me, “Why don’t you do a podcast?” I answer, “I do.” In this week’s podcast, the More to Come Crew—Heidi “The Beat” MacDonald, Calvin Reid, and Kate Fitzsimons—discuss the Boom Archaia merger, fall graphic novel announcements, the late great Kim Thompson of Fantagraphics, more debate over MAN OF STEEL, and much more […]
Archives for 07/03/2013
Monkeybrain have been going for a year now, garnering a fair handful of Eisner nominations and building up a substantial library of creator-owned titles. That in mind, what are their most recent releases like? Bandette seems to have taken most attention – let’s take a look at some of their other current comics.
Well, can any character ever be said to be truly alive? Damian Wayne, Batman’s morally confused young son was killed off in grisly fashion in February but the NY Post reports Andy Kubert is bringing him back in Octoberin a maybe possible future/imaginary story/what if…you know, what they uses to call Elseworlds, a long running […]
Was it only a year ago that Monkeybrain, the digital imprint headed by Chris Roberson and Allison Baker, launched and set off a whole digital first craze? It was indeed. A year later the imprint seems pretty well estbalished at Comixology and print editions of such much lauded features as Bandette are on their way. Here’s […]
Yes, that is what they will remember this year’s San Diego for. The Year the Vikings arrived, bold conquerors, mighty thewed, red hair flowing beneath their beaten helms, as they offered a fully interactive experience straight off the History Channel. AKA Travis Fimmel alert. What will the Vikings bring on their proud ships? ¶ A […]
Rebellion and 2000 AD have announced their Comic-Con plans (Booth #2806) and they include appearances by artist Henry Flint who’s working on a comics sequel to the Judge Dredd movie and will be available all weekend. They are also pushing that Zenith thing with new t-shirts. There will also be limited edition Judge Dredd t-shirts […]
Think you’ve seen it all at Comic-Con? Well you haven’t seen Hello Kitty, because they are setting up on their own this year for the first time—or at least they will have an interactive Hello Kitty fan experience. (Aside: is this what you tell your children? “Hey kids would you like to go to the […]