Cavalcade of Cartoon Comic Company Crossovers!
Sometimes the simplest things convey the biggest messages.
Fans of the series will be happy to learn Titan Comics has confirmed they will release an oversized edition of the book this fall.
Over the next few weeks, two national events will take place to help put pressure on our elected officials to enact legislation to combat gun violence. Organized in part by the student survivors of the horrific Florida high school shooting, the National School Walk Day is scheduled for Wednesday, March 14 with the national March for Our […]
Marvel’s New Mutants have largely existed on the fringes of the Marvel Universe since the cancellation of their team book. With a new change to invigorate the franchise thanks to other media, the publisher is finally releasing a New Mutants book again (even though it is a mini-series.) We take a look at the limited […]
THIS WEEK: Time is super-limited this week (every once in a while, real-life calls), so Kyle is focusing on one comic – the last bi-weekly issue of Dan Jurgens’ delightful Action Comics run aka there’s no Round-Up this time around – I’ll make it up to you next time! In better news, Andrea Ayres joins […]
Steve Hamaker ranks tragically high in the ratio of most read to least recognizable cartoonists. Jeff Smith BONE was a giant indie success as a black-and-white comic book series, but it hit the mainstream when it was released as a series of graphic novels by Scholastic with vibrant colors from Hamaker. Hamaker went on to […]
This week we’re bringing you part two of our conversation with long-time comics professional George Rohac about the wild world of publishing terminology. In this half, we cover everything from ARCs to ISBNs to paper stock to options to what exactly an indicia is. Our lingo rundown builds on itself, so maybe give part one a listen before you move on to this installment.
Springing forward drives me a little bananas. It wreaks havoc with my sleep cycle and turns me into a raging, sleep-deprived bear. So, fighting against type here, I’m going to try and bring light and joy into your life. Here’s a look at three crowdfunding projects I think are worth a gander at: 1. Toronto […]
Prize season is underway, and here’s the sixth annual Cartoonist Studio Prize shortlists, courtesy of Slate Book Review and the Center for Cartoon Studies, Winners will be announced on March 30. 10 nominees were selected in each of two categories, print and web. I’m proud to say we spotlighted several of the webcomics shortlist in our […]