Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (or CXC) is a four day festival in Columbus, Ohio celebrating the work of cartoonists and providing chances to learn more about the medium. It’s mission is “to provide an international showcase for the best of cartoon art in all its forms, including comics, animation, editorial cartoons, newspaper strips, and beyond, in […]
Last month at New York Comic Con, I had the chance to interview Tim Clarke, a toy designer with more than 30 years of experience, some of which through Jim Henson Company and most manufacturers in the business. He worked on the designs for both The Dark Crystal and Fraggle Rock, co-created the Boglins […]
“This isn’t about Trump. It’s about the whole system leading up to the situation where we now have a Trump…”
“Whether it’s a porn set or live theater, the ability to take direction is the most useful skill I have as a performer.”
In what may or may not become a long-standing tradition, Alan Moore has answered questions at Christmas set by the members of a Facebook group called The Really Very Serious Alan Moore Scholars’ Group, who are, as the name might suggest, a bunch of people who are interested in his work. This set of Qs […]
“What are my greatest hopes? I don’t know. I want to change the fucking world!”
Ann Nocenti talks to The Beat about her career in comics and launching the sci-fi political thriller The Seeds with artist David Aja for the Dark Horses’ newly minted Berger Books imprint.
Kate Leth talks to The Beat about her self-made beginnings and transition to licensed work, which led to her current series Spell on Wheels for Dark Horse.
Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (or CXC) is a . It’s mission is “to provide an international showcase for the best of cartoon art in all its forms, including comics, animation, editorial cartoons, newspaper strips, and beyond, in a city that is a growing center of importance to comics and cartooning. We also focus on helping […]
It’s sometimes hard to believe there was a time before the X-Men was the universally recognized franchise and beloved phenomenon that it is today, but back in the early 90’s Professor Xavier’s team of mutants were pretty much known primarily by diehard comic readers. Then, in 1992 a little show called X-Men: The Animated Series […]