Lauren Sankovitch ankles Marvel for the west coast

Lauren Sankovitch ankles Marvel for the west coasthttp://ift.tt/1erlGuX Tweet Popular editor Lauren Sankovitch is leaving Marvel today. Among her titles: Thor: God of Thunder, Young Avengers and the new Loki book. Sankovitch is heading to the west coast to pursue still hush hush opportunities. Sankovitch will be missed for many things, particularly her karaoke duets […]

INTERVIEW: An Artful Daggers Primer

INTERVIEW: An Artful Daggers Primerhttp://ift.tt/17ULuhQ Tweet I first noticed Artful Daggers, an ongoing series published through Monkeybrain, due to the artwork of Andrew Losq, who creates incredible abstract page sequences. Having read the first issue, I decided to catch up on the rest once the first story arc had concluded – that’s the benefit of […]

Review: Gut Feelings By Leah Wishnia

Review: Gut Feelings By Leah Wishniahttp://ift.tt/1bo2kZv Tweet On the surface, Leah Wishnia’s anthology GUT FEELINGS visually reads as a tornado of frenetic and (at times) grotesque imagery, brimming with a stream of both rambunctious and tortured characters who are pitched in a mosaic of revolving hallucinogenic experience. It could easily be shelved amongst the vast […]

Events Done Right in Writer Jonathan Hickman and Company’s Infinity 6 [Review]

Events Done Right in Writer Jonathan Hickman and Company’s Infinity 6 [Review]http://ift.tt/18HpuYA Tweet By Jeffrey O. Gustafson Damn Events. Maybe it’s just a marketing term, but as I noted above, it’s a matter of scale. I’m sick of the term, and a little tired of the Events themselves, but Infinity is an Event by marketing […]

Process: Jeremy Rock on making “animated transition” comics

Process: Jeremy Rock on making “animated transition” comicshttp://ift.tt/1gidVsn Tweet Has anyone come up with a definite name for those “swipe” comics? Many use Comixology’s Guided View, but there are other methods. Anyway, they are increasingly popular, and lerning how to make them is becoming an actual comics skill set. Jeremy Rock, artist on Thrillbent’s The […]

Review: Remender and McNiven’s Uncanny Avengers 14

Review: Remender and McNiven’s Uncanny Avengers 14http://ift.tt/187djQW Tweet By Jeffrey O. Gustafson I guess I’ll start off by admitting I haven’t really been reading writer Rick Remender’s Uncanny Avengers. I read the first arc largely because of John Cassaday’s presence on art, but Remender’s story – involving the Red Skull stealing the recently deceased Charles […]

Pitchfork will soon have a magazine and it will have comics

Pitchfork will soon have a magazine and it will have comicshttp://ift.tt/1bVxDps Tweet While we were going over the imminent death/rasping attempts to breath of the print medium yesterday, a bold new print venture has sailed right past our Doppler radar rig: PItchfork, the opinionated but infuriatingly often correct music website has launched a print magazine, […]

WonderCon may still find its heart in San Francisco someday

WonderCon may still find its heart in San Francisco somedayhttp://ift.tt/IoCsAB Tweet I had a brief chat with San Diego Comic-Con’s David Glanzer about WonderCon staying in Anaheim for another year for for PW, and talks are ongoing about heading back north: While the construction is over, the Moscone is one of the country’s busiest convention […]