by David Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at Image Comics’s sales figures. Please refer to the July 2015 column for a preamble and explanation as to why sales standards for Image books are likely to be different than those for DC or Marvel. Image shipped 49 comics in February, […]
The internet will remain calm today as DC announces a female writer will take over Wonder Woman, Shea Fontana.
The 2017 Doug Wright Award nominations have just been announced honoring the best in Canadian comics . It’s the 13th annual go round – winners will be announced at the 2017 Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) on May 14th in what is always a delightful and unexpected experience, accompanied by pomp, circumstance and stunning bunting designed by Seth.
This week Marvel’s got a slew of brand new ongoings spanning from Black Panther to two additional X-Men titles. We’re knee deep into RessurXion but there’s an incredible amount of new series and directions thrown up against the wall at the troubled publisher. We’ve got reviews of those three additional ongoing series, but we’re not stopping […]
In a post on his Tumblr, writer Greg Rucka announced he would be leaving Wonder Woman with issue #25 since the bimonthly pace had become too taxing for him. In a separate but subsequent FB post, artist Liam Sharp announced he too would be leaving the book, but ” not straying too far.” He also too kthe […]
He already plays Thanos throughout the MCU, and will be the center of the action finally in Avengers: Infinity War. He played the second Dwight in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. He was almost Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And now, he’s the time traveling son of Scott Summers and […]
Since the book was first announced, Gotham Academy has always been the square peg in a round Bat hole. Surely a tale about friendship, intrigue, good times with your best friends, and pizza didn’t belong in the bleak world of modern Batman? Then you read Gotham Academy’s first issues and were proven dead wrong. Maps Mizoguchi, […]
Kyle looks at a title that’s unveiling the aftermath of a big crossover, while another is just about to kick one off.
Ahead of its big roll-out next month, we have your first look at the newest title in the Gerard Way-curated Young Animal imprint: Bug!: The Adventures of Forager, a six-issue mini helmed by the Allreds (written by Lee, pencilled and inked by Mike, colored by Laura) and pitched as an ode to the Kirby DC […]
Slate and the Center for Cartoon Studies have announced the winners of the fifth annual Cartoonist Studio Prize. In the print category, Eleanor Davis won for Libby’s Dad (Retrofit and Big Planet Comics) which won much praise among people who comment on indie comics. It’s a powerful exploration of the lines of childhood truth and fantasy, reputation, gossip and […]