Beck creator Harold Sakuishi made a very rare US appearance at NYCC and we got a chance to talk to him.
The Marvel True Believers panel is invite only. It is limited only to members of the Marvel Unlimited Plus subscribers and Marvel Mastercard cardholders. Luckily for you, I am a Plus member and brought my notebook with me to take notes on the exclusive announcements given at the panel. This year’s panel consisted of permanent […]
By Will Henderson From prints and buttons to the original cover art for Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon Issue #88, theft was rampant at NYCC, according to creators. Larsen tweeted about the theft before the convention was over, first an image of the published cover, and then a series of tweets about the person he believes […]
By Adam Karenina Sherif Content Warnings: sexual assault, sexism, racism This past weekend at NYCC saw a number of panels which earnestly attempted to push into more critical comics territory. Moderator Elana Levin, a comics podcaster and digital political organiser, guided the panel through a series of topics which offered some especially engaging […]
by Will Henderson For centuries, a coven of perpetually reincarnating witches has waged war against the all-male conspiracy known as “The Architects.” After killing the lead Architect, the witches should have been done – but they’re not, thanks to Hex Wives writer Ben Blacker and artist Mirka Andolfo. Seems the Architects aren’t quite done with […]
Seeing legendary painter Alex Ross in person at a comic book convention is a rare treat. Seeing him talk with his art book collaborator Chip Kidd is an even rarer treat, so it’s no surprise that a packed room greeted Alex Ross and Chip Kidd on Saturday morning at New York Comic Con 2018. What a […]
Why yes, that is a flying hot dog
Nothing says ‘con’ like a picture of Lady Bane kicking Lego Aquaman.
“Brave and Bolding”—Bendis and Derington’s Excellent DC Universe Adventure!
Erica Friedman explores the part of NYCC that some pros called an “anime ghetto”