Once in a while I like to point you in the direction of something that won’t be free for long. Such is the case of Henchgirl by Kristen Gudsnuk, which ran as a webcomic but will soon be coming down from the web. It’s sort of Sex in the City meets Superheroes, as the sidekick of […]
Legion, the stylish but sometimes baffling superhero 3.0 Fox series, is getting renewed for 2018, THR reports.
Met’s pitcher Noah Syndergaard has styled himself as a real life Thor for a while. The 6’6″ fireballing righthander has the lineage, the hairdo and the fastball to back it up. In the past he amused fans by wandering around Times Square in a Thor costume and his Instagram is full of Thor images. It's […]
§ Nice Art: Francesco Francavilla gave us the Thing vs Thing team-up we’ve all dreamed of on Twitter. § Nice art supplemental! Takashi Miike has made a movie based on the manga JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and it looks insane! This is the guy who was somehow able to make us laugh at a scene depicting a hitman […]
The title says it all, but Scurti has an autistic sister and draws a gorgeous piece about the many levels – from society’s disdain to her own shame – of difficulties the mentally and physically challenged must face. You can see more of Scurti’s artwork at her website. It’s gorgeous. She’s also dawn several issues […]
It’s Tony Shenton, not Diamond, who’s getting some competition from this one woman start up.
There’s probably a whole marketing treatise to be written about how Disney identified Rocket Raccoon and his tree buddy Groot as the breakout stars of Guardians of the Galaxy and leveraged them all across the Disney universe.
The surprise graphic novel hit of the start of 2017 is Emil Ferris’s My Favorite Thing is Monsters. It’s both a sui generis story (a young girl growing up in Chicago imagines herself as a monster while investigating the murder of an elderly neighbor) a unique art style (lush colored pencilled illos drawn on notebook […]
If you’re like me, you may not be sure where Elkhart is, but wherever it is, just like every other town, they love comic cons.
We’re nearly a quarter of a way into the year and the great gears of Planning for Comic-Con have begun to swing into motion, with the first triumph-or tragedy badge sales come and gone and the exhibitor hotel lottery flown by. While the biggest questions are still “Can I go and will I have to sleep […]