Let’s face it: few creators have a resume as impressive as colorist Matthew Wilson, the man in charge of the colors behind Conan, The Mighty Thor, The Wicked + The Divine, and more. Wilson sat down with The Beat to promote an appearance amid a sea of musicians, comedians, and an all-star line-up of great comics talent […]
Image is loaded with great properties and titles but D.J. Kirkbride and Nikos Koutsis are adding something different to store shelves with Errand Boys #1! The title features a futuristic Blade Runner-esque world containing a friendship between two unlikely characters. The Beat sat down with creators Kirkbride and Koutsis to sound-off about the book before the series’ October 3 release […]
Look out, it’s a bird, it’s a plane…..oh no….it’s Superman 64….
In a very thoughtful and carefully constructed manner, Adam Allsuch Boardman brings forth a tight, interesting book detailing everything you need to know about movie-making and how it bloomed into an enormous, multi-disciplinary industry. We’ve all seen movies, from older black and white classics like Wizard of Oz and Citizen Kane to modern giants like […]
HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque is a visual artist who finds inspiration from fashion, cartoons, golden age comics, and comic strips. He is most recognized for taking pop-culture figures and exaggerating them in cartoonish fashion, always complete with a signature pair of sneakers. Earlier in the week, we posted a review of the DC Artist Alley figures […]
Holy crap! Olivia Jaimes, the pseudonym of a cartoonist who has turned the Nancy world upside down with her take on the strip, is making a PUBLIC APPEARANCE. Her very first! Jaimes will appear at Cartoon Crossroads Columbia (CXC) on a spotlight panel at 3:30 on Sunday and two mysterious personal events. No cel phones […]
With less than a week to go until the series begins, we take a look at what’s known — and speculate on what’s not — about DC’s latest event series.
Fan-favorite illustrator Chris Burnham is currently working with The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman on a new series from Image Comics titled Die!Die!Die!. We caught up with the creator ahead of his appearance at ALT 98.7’s Big Adventure Festival on Nov 3 and 4 to talk all things comics, including his work on Nameless, Batman Inc. and Die!Die!Die!. Alexander […]
Wednesday 11th, 7PM – The Playstation Theater in Times Square, New York City slowly fills with throngs of eager nerds of all shapes, colors, creeds, and sizes. Following the high energy techno-style rock and dance performances from bands Planet Booty & TupperWare Remix Party, an electrifying batch of guitar licks flows through the crowded, dark […]
Before he took on high profile books like Detective Comics and Wild Storm: Michael Cray, Bryan Hill caught my eye for his work of Postal, a series about a town of criminals and its unexpected saviors told in 27-ish issues. It featured writing that captures tough subjects, most notably Asperger’s Syndrome, with incredible nuance. It […]