By Victor Van Scoit Last year SyFy gave us Lev Grossman’s The Magicians brought to life from page to screen by co-creators John McNamara and Sera Gamble. Grossman’s novels were tailor made for those who experienced the wonder of reading Harry Potter and The Narnia Chronicles, yet wondered where the real angst, insecurity, and issues of […]
“You don’t see a lot of female mentorship stories. I just want to see a woman teach another woman how to do things.”
2017 will bring us yet another new year of comic conventions. When one thinks of San Diego and comics, it’s not difficult to summon images of San Diego Comic-Con, one of the largest celebrations of comics and popular media in the entire world. But there’s more to San Diego than just Comic-Con. This year signifies […]
Neil Gaiman is one of those once in a millennia creators, much like Shakespeare, whose work is thought-provokingly complex yet interpretable on multiple levels. P. Craig Russell is one of those creators whose made an artform out of translating cherished works to the comic book medium. The man who brought Coraline and Night Music to comic book form is […]
James Bond continues to carry out missions at Dynamite Comics, and he has a new adventure coming in March: James Bond… Black Box from writer Benjamin Percy (Green Arrow) with art by Rapha Lobosco and a cover by John Cassaday. We sat down for a chat with novelist Percy for his thoughts on Bond, the state […]
Daredevil, Death of Wolverine and Swamp Thing writer Charles Soule talks about selfishness masquerading as morality in his new book Curse Words from Image Comics.
So What? Press marked it’s fifth year as an indie comics publisher this past fall. Their tent pole horror-noir series, Tales of the Night Watchman, is celebrating the release of their fifth issue with a signing at Forbidden Planet in New York this Saturday.
Luke Healy tells Alex Dueben about the inspiration for his new graphic novel How to Survive in the North, and why most Artic expeditions end in disaster
If you were watching Ryan Secreast’s rockin’ New Year’s Eve last night you saw Mariah Carey’s incredible lip sync fail. I don’t know what was more uncomfortable, watching Carey prance around in what had to be uncomfortable shape wear, or her “I give up!” reaction to not being able to hear the music in her […]
“As you live your life, you take in whatever pieces of information you can from your culture, the people around you, and it’s related to things going on in the larger theater of the world but it’s really only through your experience and the information you have access to that you’re able to put it together. “