An all-star group of creators gathers to discuss the work of Jim Starlin.
§ Nice Art: Chip Zdarsky and Chris Bachalo are doing a two-part Sandman story. Not that Sandman…the other one. Here is the first cover. § Must read! Cartoonist Seth delivered the commencement for this year’s Center for Cartoon Studios graduating class, and he strikes a hopeful note, while looking back at what seemed like dark […]
There’s a ~1,000 item DC Comics digital sale going on right now. Here’s the Amazon page and here’s the Comixology page. This one’s pretty deep and has a LOT of the New 52 and Rebirth volumes, so if you need to catch up, most of that will be covered. There’s a lot to dig through, […]
The Angouleme-winning Monsieur Jean series by Philippe Dupuy and Charles Berberian is celebrated here with It Don’t Come Easy, a collection of some of the latter-day stories in the series, a grouping that covers Jean’s settling down and finds other characters in the cast doing some semblance of the same. These stories often get compared […]
After years of creating art for DC Comics series like Secret Six and Earth Two, Nicola Scott launched Black Magick with Greg Rucka to immediate acclaim for her transition from drawing clean superheroics to painting a gritty world of crime and witchcraft. Since I spoke with Nicola last she briefly returned to DC to create […]
It’s May 22nd, and Damon Lindelof has shared some of his personal journey towards creation of this adaptation
Batman is back on top, but the digital audience doesn’t seem all that into Hunt for Wolverine.
This week we look at three projects geared towards creating and exploring magic. From giant radioactive cats to magical boys, there’s surely something here that will cast a spell on you.
Episode 7: The Acquisitions Meeting What happens once an editor at a publishing house has a book on submission that they want to buy? What are the steps that they need to take between that and making an offer? At many publishing houses, the procedure is to present the book at an Acquisition Meeting — […]
The statue is based on Campbell’s cover for Warlord of Mars #1.