MATT CHATS: Wolves of Summer Creators on Kickstarter, Collaboration and the Hitler Youth


It truly is a new Golden Age of comics, not just because of the fantastic output from such publishers as Image, Fantagraphics, Oni, etc., but also because of how many great comics are going unnoticed. The market is brimming with material that has gone largely undiscovered. I experienced that in a big way with Shawn […]

INTERVIEW: Introducing Keith Burns, Artist Extraordinaire


Keith Burns is an artist out of the UK that keeps an extremely low profile, at least on the Internet. He’s an artist you should know about that you probably don’t know about. There are not a lot of interviews or pieces on him,  which is crazy considering his talent and his pedigree as someone who has […]

INTERVIEW: Don’t Call it a Porno, Nik Guerra Takes On Mystery and Sensuality in “Magenta: Noir Fatale” [NSFW]


by Alex Dueben At a time when many comics are criticized for their approach to female characters, it’s interesting to read a comic which is about fetish models.  Moreover, it’s wonderful to discover that the comic is far less exploitive and sensational than many mainstream comics. In NBM’s new graphic novel,Magenta: Noir Fatale, Italian writer and […]

MATT CHATS: Thomas Boatwright on Puppets, Patreon and a Transition from Comics


Rarely do I get to learn the story of people who have moved away from the comics industry. Artist and creator Thomas Boatwright is an interesting example of someone who did the comics thing for awhile but eventually, initially not entirely by choice, moved on to other ventures. As a fan of his comics I’ve been […]

Fall Preview: Centrala offers Cooking, Trains and the Klan


Centrala is a Polish indie comics publisher that recently opened a London office, which s helping their books get wider distribution. They have three new books including what sounds like an intriguing tale about two German police officers who join the Klan to make friends and meet girls, an anthology mixing comics and cooking and a book adapting a famous Polish poem about a train into a 60 foot long comic!

Eastern European comics are usually thought of as an “emerging” scene, but with publishers like Centrala and the Latvian kuš! collective getting notice, they’ve emerged quite a bit. Here’s the Centrala books, which are all available for order.

Dave Sim receives a $500,000 bequest to turn his house into a museum


In his latest weekly video, Cerebus creator Dave Sim reveals that an anonymous donor has agreed to leave a bequest of $500,000 to The Cerebus Trust Fund. So it turns out someone really likes Cerebus! And Sim need no longer worry about money for getting his comic The Strange Death Of Alex Raymond published, and […]

New Black Lightning Archive: DC, Tony Isabella Reconcile

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“Dogs and cats, living together!” – that’s what immediately popped into my mind yesterday when I read Tony Isabella praising DC on Facebook for how it was treating him in regard to Black Lightning.

SDCC ’15: Brooklyn Gladiator debuts from Dan Fogler, Andrew Harrison and Tom Hodges

Here’s one of the more offbeat comic debuting at this year’s Comic-Con: Brooklyn Gladiator by Dan Fogler, Andrew Harrison and Tom Hodges with a cover by Glenn Fabry will be available in a Con special ashcan edition at booth #1223.

The book was kickstarted earlier this year and features a wild storyline that involves, well, everything:

SDCC ’15: Slave Labor signing schedule with Vasquez and some APE news


Rounding out our pre-game with a few of the signing schedules not widely spotlighted. SLG/Slave Labor will be occupying a prime slot at the con as they have for the last 20 years, and mainstay Jhonen Vasquez will be signing multiple times. Here’s the schedule: SLG Publishing announced Jhonen Vasquez’s signing schedule for Comic-Con 2015. […]

Interview: Jennifer Crute Opens Up in Jennifer’s Journal

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By Nick Eskey Jennifer Crute is a native New York City artist, turned comic creator. She began her love for making art at an early age, surrounded by other creative people such as her mother and brother. Jennifer spent years drawing and painting, and later graphic design. From some prompting from friends, she found herself […]