Louie Hlad reviews this week’s DC Comics, including BOMBSHELLS: UNITED #6 and TRINITY #15.
by Joe Casey [The TPB version of Butcher Baker The Righteous Maker by Joe Casey and Mike Huddleston comes out from Image this week, and Casey (OFFICER DOWNE) offered to talk us through the making of yet another one of his offbeat action adventure comics, this one about a down and out superhero who has […]
Louie checks in with the latest chapter of Nightwing: The New Order, and DC’s big horror anthology, just in time for Halloween
Another New York Comic Con has come and gone! Now that the hoopla and humidity have settled, let’s reminisce about some of the coolest booths and most fun activations from this year’s annual gathering of the nerd tribes.
By Kerry Erlanger Sunday, The U.S. arm of Japan’s largest book publisher, Kodansha Comics, hosted the last in what was a series of panels by the publication at New York Comic Con. Unlike previous Kodansha panels at the con, the focus this time was less on Hiro Mashima and more on the future, specifically the handful […]
By Karama Horne One of the highlights of the comic book announcements coming out of NYCC this week was the The Return of the Dakota Universe and the Launch of Earth M, (a.k.a. – “The Milestone Panel”). Two of the founding members, Derek Dingle and Denys Cowan and former Milestone creators Reginald Hudlin and Kyle […]
By Kerry Erlanger The English language editors of Weekly Shonen Jump were on hand Saturday at New York Comic Con to give fans the latest developments on new series, as well as their all-time favorites. The panel was moderated by Urian Brown, Weekly Shonen Jump Editor and Shonen Jump Podcast Commander, and featured Hisashi Sasaki, VP […]
By Brandon Pascall Marvel’s Legacy: Avengers panel features Tom Brevoort(Executive Editor), Michael Bandini(Captain Marvel), Ta-Nehisi Coates (Black Panther), Al Ewing (Royals), Nick Spencer (Captain America),Donny Cotes (Dr.Strange), Jim Zub (Thunderbolts), Joe Quesada. Sana Amanat. The panel kicks off with Joe introducing the rest of the panelists and what they are currently working on/who they are. He […]
By Kerry Erlanger One of the interesting things about this year’s New York Comic Con is the breadth of topics being addressed in the panels. In addition to the usual studio discussions and next big thing announcements, several of the panels scheduled are tackling tougher issues like diversity and representation in comic books and the industry. […]
By Kerry Erlanger The manga crowd is always smaller at New York Comic Con, but no less voracious than its comic fan counterparts. That was evident at Friday afternoon’s Celebrate Fairy Tail: Live-Sketch and Q&A with Hiro Mashima, a panel presented by Kodansha Comics and hosted at the con’s Main Stage. For those unfamiliar, Fairy Tail […]