And a Teen Titans announcement, too.
“There are only two questions you can answer if you’re going to write: What is it, or what if. No genre but fantasy lets you answer so successfully for ‘what if.’”
In many urban fantasy books, the city in which the story takes places does more than act as a setting. Often, the city also becomes a character of its own.
Shelly Bond talks the first year of Black Crown and what’s up for the year ahead.
Five exciting announcements from BOOM! Studios help kick off #WCA2018
Join DC’s co-publishers for a live in-your-face look at DC’s many new imprints!
Remember, C2E2 is only two weeks away.
It’s been quiet on the Wizard front for a while, but they’ve just made some changes to their 2018 show schedule: three shows are being added. Winston-Salem, Springfield-Mo, and Montgomery. Tulsa will return replacing OKC. And dates for the Austin and Sacramento shows have been added. Finally the Madison, WI show has a new date. […]
by Joe Grunenwald Convention Season is upon us once again, that magical time of the year when tens of thousands of comics fans have the opportunity to hobknob with their favorite creators. For a lot of fans, this means putting money into said creators’ hands by buying things directly from them. Writers often have copies […]
Yes, the League of Extraordinary Gentleman preview is free, but the Sonic #1 variant will run you $10