Just a week from its scheduled April 27-29th dates at the Baltimore Convention Center, Universal Fan Con has been postponed indefinitely, as confirmed in a tweet. We see your tweets, messages & concerns. We will have a full update later today on the status of the convention. We realize the immense severity of the situation […]
Captain America The Winter Soldier is usually considered one of the top three MCU movies. Does it hold up upon rewatching?
Nancy has had a new cartoonsit for less than two weeks, but suddenly nothing is the same.
Barnes & Noble has confirmed to publishers that they will be adding a standalone kids graphic novel section to their stores in the near future.
Iron Man gets confused and Thor starts his destruction of Asgard.
Over the last month or two I may have alluded to an outside project I was working on and it was this: The 100 Pages That Shaped Comics. The team that put this together was spearheaded by Vulture’s Abraham Riesman and I was joined by Sarah Boxer, Jeet Heer, Fred Van Lente, Brian Cronin, Charles Hatfield, Christopher Spaide, Joshua Rivera, Klaus Janson, Mark Morales, […]
New Yorker cartoonist and multiple Eisner Award-winner Shannon Wheeler has a book of autobiography and humor coming out in July.
The best in Canadian comics 2018 edition is saluted by these annual awards.
As part of a huge musical chairs in the comics industry of late, a few days ago Joe Illidge left Lion Forge to join Valiant as Executive Editor. Editor in Chief Warren Simons has confirmed he’s stepping down, and Robert Meyers has been promtoed to Editorial Director. With other recent changesm Illidge will […]
In all of DC’s new imprint madness, the relaunch of MAD Magazine hasn’t gotten quite as many pixels, but under new executive editor Bill Morrison it’s getting quite a revamp as well. The first new MAD issue is on stands today and it comes with a bunch of new contributors – incluing Bob Fingerman, Brian Posehn, […]