When Snotgirl launched from Image, writer Bryan Lee O’Malley was the “name” coming off of Scott Pilgrim and Seconds, but the book’s co-creator and artist Leslie Hung made it clear from the start that she was an equal partner, whose style and approach have been key to the book’s success. The second collection of Snotgirl, […]
The Transformers writer speaks about the playing the long game.
Jeremy Holt has yet to receive his “big break” with a book at a Top 5 publisher, but he’s continued plugging away at various comics projects, focusing on art over commerce. Recently his grunge fantasy Skip to the End was released in hardcover, and it may be his finest work to date. I interviewed Jeremy […]
Exclusive announcement of Minky Woodcock’s forthcoming hardcover volume, trailer reveal, interview with artist/writer Cynthia von Buhler, and news about the Minky stage show and further comics adventures.
Robert Venditti has been writing for DC Comics for over five years, including runs on The Flash, Demon Knights, and an impressive tenure on Green Lantern. He helped to introduce a new character with familiar roots in Damage and is currently spinning up to a dizzying universe-spanning finale in Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern […]
I’ve been a fan of Sean McKeever’s writing of teens since I was a teen. I discovered his work on Gravity, Young Inhumans, and Spider-Man, and went back to read the book that launched his career, The Waiting Place. I was disappointed to see him assigned to projects that didn’t best showcase his talent at […]
The character of Kara Danvers, aka Supergirl, saw a retelling of her origin story in the 2016-2017 Supergirl: Being Super. Written by YA author Mariko Tamaki, the story sets Kara in a small, urban town in America where the 16-year-old girl must discover her ever developing powers and deal with the struggles of adolescents. On today’s new comic books day, the four-issue miniseries has been re-released as a two-hundred and eight-page graphic novel.
How do we make comic conventions better and prepare for the future of this growing cultural phenomenon? A team of researchers hopes to find out.
I’ve known artist Sam Tung for a number of years now; we even collaborated on a 5-page comic once upon a time. I knew he was working in Hollywood, but I was still shocked to see his name while waiting for the after-the-credits scene in Iron Man 3. Since Iron Man, Sam has worked on other big properties […]
Having previously contributed to the Star Wars anthology “From a Certain Point of View,” Daniel José Older, know for his Bone Street Rumba series, returns to give us Last Shot, a Han and Lando story (really a Lando story) that spans decades. I’ve got a lot of feelings about the new Star Wars cannon, but […]