The Beat sits down with Fantastic Beast’s Dan Fogler to talk about his comics writing career, the great coming yin/yang union, conspicy theories, and the coming of Brooklyn Gladiator in April.
by Xavier Lancel The Beat rendez-vous at Angouleme FIBD (January 25-28th) The Beat will be at full throttle during the festival, proposing to you several encounters: – The whole duration of the festival, come to the SCARCE magazine booth (in the alternative area, next to the LGBT-BD Booth at F39) and meet sarcastic Xavier Lancel […]
The Scott Eder Gallery, known for its shows of comics art and illustration, has a stunning new home at the Mana Contemporary Building Jersey City and tonight they’re having an opening of Tim Lane’s neo-hardboiled artwork. Sound like a grim and gritty time for all. OCTOBER 13- NOVEMBER 24, 2017 For more information please […]
In the same weekend as Penny Arcade Expo West in Seattle, Los Angeles still managed to have the “it” place to be. If you like watching sweaty men toss each other around like ragdolls and sometimes have to avoid one being hurled into your lap then Reseda was indeed Valhalla as Pro Wrestling Guerrilla presented their […]
Looking for something fun, free, and nerdy to do with your Saturday? Dust off your sketchbook & register for free tickets to Dare2Draw’s celebration of Kirby and Eisner at the Art Students League.
Monday morning we were invited to come by and check out the newest addition to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Burbank. Patty Jenkins blockbuster film which cemented the notion that a woman in top billing of a big summer action film could do business, Wonder Woman, joins the various iconic memorabilia from comics, film, […]
2015 saw the debut of a new music festival for the punk rock loving crowd. Featuring headliners such as the Descendents and NOFX, It’s Not Dead was one of the best single days of music one could experience. It may have taken a little bit of time but the festival will be having its sophomore […]
Not making it to Comic Con this week? Don’t sweat it. On July 29 & 30, the Big Apple will transform into BLERD City, a new conference for Blerds and Geeks of all kinds to come and raise their nerd flag. This inaugural convention is being brought together by Clairesa Clay, a filmmaker and educator […]
As always there are about four gabillion pop culture events this weekend, but this weekend it’s CAKE (Chicago Alternative Comics Expo) in Chicago, kicking off TONIGHT with a couple of excellent events: Friday, June 9 CAKE Kick-off Reading with Gabrielle Bell, Emil Ferris, Lucy Knisley, and C. “Spike” Trotman 7:00–10:00 p.m. Quimby’s Bookstore 1854 W. […]
by Zena Tsarfin “Welcome home, tastemakers, misfits and rebels,” was the message flashing across the digital billboard at NYC’s inaugural Five Points Festival, held at Pier 36 in downtown Manhattan this past weekend. And with that, the co-presented effort from Clutter Magazine and Midtown Comics sought to unite the worlds of designer toys, comics, street […]