By David Seidman Writers and artists are born enemies. “That stupid artist didn’t draw what I wrote!” echoes down the halls of comics history. But it doesn’t have to be that way. To write comics, you need to know how to work with artists just as much as you need to know plotting, characterization, and […]
WB has found yet another savior for its crucial DC Films shingle: Walter Hamada, the producer of the Conjuring films and, most crucially, IT, the box offie smash remake. Borys Kit writes: The ascension takes place after the December departure of Jon Berg, Warner Bros.’s co-president of production who was the studio’s point man for […]
2017 was a year of uncertainty and upheaval. As we headed into the year, no one knew what to expect. But as the months went by and the battles mounted, we faced new horrors and found new strength that we didn’t know we had. The tide of the comics industry continued to shift as major […]
Alex and Kyle look at the unexpectedly bold and topical story about a classic Hanna-Barbera character
Louie Hlad reviews this week’s DC comics!
You may recall a few months back Rich Tommaso was concerned about the initial orders for his Spy Seal comic from Image. The collected edition is out in January. Let’s get you a little more information than the somewhat sparse press release. The full title is Spy Seal, Volume 1: The Corten-Steel Phoenix and it’s an […]
by Eli Cross Marvel Comics and controversy seem to go hand in hand these days. If it’s not one thing it’s another. After axing Alonso nearly two weeks (right before Thanksgiving no less) and announcing C.B. Cebulski as the new EiC, previous allegations regarding Cebulski began to resurface. The long and short of it, in […]
by Thomas Allen Dreyfuss It’s kind of a weird coincidence that Justice League, the live-action superhero movie and Justice League, the animated television series, both premiered on November 17th. While Warner Bros. Studios has struggled to get the legendary heroes of DC Comics together on the big screen for decades, their animation studio united the […]
How Cebulski’s appointment as Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief signals a less US-centric and less direct market focused editorial approach to comics
Louie Hlad reviews this week’s DC Comics, including BOMBSHELLS: UNITED #6 and TRINITY #15.