SDCC ’13: Comic-Con In Booth Signing Schedules—from Archie to Zenescope — UPDATE


Here’s a list of the creators and artists signing at individual booths — we’ll update it as we go so please send us updates.

DC Release A String of Teasers for Forever Evil


DC have decided to have some fun with descriptive words today, as a number of teaser images have flown into the inbox regarding their upcoming all-in event storyline Forever Evil. So far we have one for the Green Lantern books, one for the Young Justice books, and one for the Batman books. They are high […]

SDCC13: Image Release their Signing Schedule

Looking for an autograph from Brian K. Vaughan, Amy Reeder or Jimmie Robinson? I certainly am. But as I’m not at SDCC, you’ll have to get one in my absence. Image have released their signings schedule for the next five days, from A(smus) to Z(ub). Here’s the full list:

CCA Kicks Off COMICS IN THE CITY: Creating Character with Cathy Malkasian


With the induction of the MFA in comics program one year in, California College of the Arts have launched an ambitious and altogether stirring month-long lecture series, entitled COMICS IN THE CITY, showcasing four select comic creators with diversified industry backgrounds to speak about a range of topics surrounding the comics medium today. Taking place […]

INTERVIEW: JM Ringuet on Making Comics at Image


By Matt O’Keefe The multi-talented JM Ringuet first arrived on the North American comic scene in 2008 as the artist of Transhuman, one of Jonathan Hickman’s early series for Image Comics. Since then Ringuet has had steady work in the industry, drawing comics such as Image’s Hoax Hunters on a freelance basis. In January 2013 […]

Heroes (The TV Series) Returns As A Comic


Heroes had a four season run on television from 2006-2010.  There also a webcomic and a couple fairly high profile graphic novels collecting the webcomic.  And now Heroes is back in comic form. Dynamite has landed the license and tapped Cullen Bunn to write it.  Bunn is best known for Oni’s excellent The Sixth Gun horror/western […]

Webcomic alert: Dr Sarcophagus by Ian Boothby and Nina Matsumoto


Ian Boothby and Nina Matsumoto won an Eisner Award in 2009 for “Murder He Wrote,” in The Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror #14 (and now they are back with Dr. Sarcophagus, which displays a different kind of horror.

DC Announce Harley Quinn Series from Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner


DC have entered the SDCC pre-fray with the news that Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner will be co-writing an ongoing Harley Quinn series later this year, joined by a to-be-announced artist.

Howard Chaykin Returns To The Shadow (Writer/Artist)


OK, here’s one you probably didn’t see coming.  Howard Chaykin’s returning to The Shadow.  Not just covers, but as the writer/artist of a return to the continuity of  his 1985 Blood & Judgement miniseries that revived the Shadow for DC.

Duane Swierczynski’s “Ex-Con” Joins Dynamite’s Crime Line


Duane Swierczynski’s been doing some good work on Judge Dredd at IDW and Bloodshot at Valiant.  He’s also done a reasonable amount of work at DC and Marvel, but the rest of world Swierczynski’s better known as a crime novelist with an Anthony Award and a Shamus Award under his belt.  So it makes sense the […]

So what does Alan Moore think of that LoEG TV show anyway?


EW’s Geoff Boucher caught up with Alan Moore and asked him about the upcoming League of Extraordinary Gentlemen TV pilot, and incredibly, he thinks it’s bollocks: After pausing a beat for emphasis he added: “The announcement that there is a League of Extraordinary Gentlemen television series hasn’t caused me to drastically alter my opinions. Now […]

SDCC ’13: Three things to read to have a better Comic-Con whevever you are


Okay kids, as you read this I’ll be winging my way to Whale’s Vagina to hit the ground running and get the lay of the land — good thing too, because press stuff starts Wednesday at NOON. I told folks to have press stuff on Preview Night day—now I’m sorry they listened. Most of you […]

SDCC13: Watch out for Paul Cornell’s Mystery Announcement


Writer Paul Cornell has listed the various panels and signings he’ll be attending whilst at SDCC this weekend, amongst them a gender in comics panel and the X-Men panel. But he’s also revealed that at some point during the weekend, he’s going to be watching on as one of the already-booked panels makes some kind […]