NYCC 13: New York Comic Con adds RFID for badges—but you might win a Chevy


If you’ve noticed that this year it’s been even tougher than usual to get a badge to New York Comic Con, you were’t just imagining it. In recent years, NYCC has become synonymous with “teeming masses.” leading to discomfort at best and outright danger at worst. This year ReedPOP, which throws the show, is doing […]

Don McGregor and Trevor Von Eeden Bring SABRE to Kickstarter


One of the pioneering comic series has gone to Kickstarter, as Don McGregor has set up crowdfunding for a new Sabre story. The first-ever graphic novel sold to the direct market, Sabre has been running on-and-off for over thirty years now, and this new story will see McGregor team up with artist Trevor Von Eeden.

Brooklyn Book Festival spotlights graphic novels with Tomine, Feiffer, Modan, more


Fall’s Brooklyn Book Festival, to be held September 22nd this year, has evolved into the biggest public book event in NYC—authors range from Edwidge Danticat to Chuck Klosterman—and each year it features a pretty extensive graphic novel presence as well. This year is no exception, with a full slate of panels which you can see in the link. Cartonist guests thi syear include Adrian Tomine, Jules Feiffer, Rutu Modan, Francoise Mouly, Audrey Niffenegger, Paul Pope, Jeff Smith, Art Spiegelman, and Gene Yang.

First Second announces second Delilah Dirk book


Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant, a stylish romp by Tony Cliff was just released this week. The graphic novel, published by First Second, follows Delilah Dirk a 19th century swordmaster with a larcenous streak on her delicious adventures—it was first a webcomic then a printed book. A little Flashman, a little Adele Blanc Sec, a little Indiana Jones.

Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison having tea together


We’ve seen some pretty funny mash-ups photos floating around the web of Grant Morrison and Alan Moore together, photos which are a little ironic since the two titans of comics are not actually besties IRL. However, the above photo of Morrison and Neil Gaiman is 100% real.