As a tribute to the now departed but still loved Daredevil, here’s a preview of the issue out today, Daredevil #32, with story by Mark Waid, art and cover by Chris Samnee and colors by Javier Rodriguez. This book is going to be missed.
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According to long-term artist Chris Samnee, it appears that the current run on Daredevil – written by Mark Waid and drawn by artists including Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin – will be ending with issue #36 in 2014.
Continuing our Dynamite sponsored series of peer-to-peer interviews, Jim Zub interviews writer David Liss on The Spider #15
The main reason Disney acquired Marvel was to finally break open the boy market bank, and their simple plan worked pretty well. They’re even conquering Japan, it was just announced, with “the first Japanese Marvel animated television series targeted at boys.” It’s called Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers. “Disk” wars, eh That sound highly, highly toyetic.
It looks like the final skirmish in the estate of Jack Kirby’s battle to regain copyrights for the characters he co-created at Marvel Comics is over and the Kirby family lost.The Second Circuit court has refused a new hearing on an appeals court ruling against them. Jeff Trexler has some commentary below, but it is worth noting that the […]
In the December solicitations for IDW, there was an interesting new book launch – one called Indestructible, which was being published through a new publisher called Darby Pop. Now, I didn’t realise that IDW had imprints within their company, and it appears that Darby Pop are the first imprint to run original material through them. […]
The second of three parts of a telephone interview I did with Alan Moore in October 2010 about Marvelman and his later incarnation, Miracleman. The first part is here, if you haven’t already seen it. The bits in [square brackets] are later clarifications added by me in the last few days. Pádraig Ó Méalóid: I […]
[Presented via Dynamite Entertainment, here’s the first in a series of peer-to-peer interviews with writer Jim Zubkavich interviewing various Dynamite creators on their recent work. First up, Jim Zub, as we all know him, interviews Jai Nitz on Green Hornet #42.] ZUB: What draws you towards Green Hornet as a character, or the pulp genre […]
As we’ve been noting more and more, comics are a global culture, and there’s even a comic shop in Cairo, Kryptonite located in Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. Here’s the description from the English language “Yelp” of the region.