Now that the dirty laundry is swishing about in the washing machine, some interesting stories are coming to light. Women Write About Comics’ Rene Rosen and Claire Napier tag team on a story about the four-issue Poison Ivy mini-series written by Amy Chu and published by DC last year. According to the piece, when she […]
At the recent New Jersey Comics Expo I had the good fortune to talk to Neal Adams, Amy Chu and Ron Marz about comics, life, art, history, the Mets and many other topics. I haven’t had a chance to write it up but the NJCE, where I was a guest, is a really fun laid back […]
While everyone knows the band Kiss defined loud music and showmanship for all times, via bassist Gene Simmons they were also pioneers of the whole “comics nerdlebrity” movement – Simmons went to high school with Marv Wolfman and must have picked up a thing or two about comics. Anyway, Kiss is back in a regular […]
Amy Chu gives us the straight scoop on the new Red Sonja series from Dynamite that finds the she-devil with a sword in modern day New York City!
The magic and music of the band KISS is just too huge to be contained in ONE comic book title to the upcming Kiss title is already getting a spinoff starring Gene Simmons: KISS: The Demon co-written by series writer Amy Chu (Poison Ivy) and Erik Burnham (Back to the Future,Ghostbusters), with art by Eman Cassallos (Jennifer […]
The band Kiss has a long history in comics, from their blood soaked early graphic novel in the 70s, to the new comic by Amy Chu and Kewber Baal that’s coming out in October. Just in time for Halloween! The book will feature a bevy of variant covers, of course, including one by John Cassaday […]
We discuss KISS’ newest comics adventure with writer Amy Chu!
Here’s the third part of our annual creator survey with a varied look from people in all aspects of the business from creators to publishers to journalists. As always, buried among the answers you will find a bunch of news items for the sharp eyed and also some preview art. In case you haven’t noticed, our panel certainly did: 2015 was the year diversity broke around the comics industry, although much, much, much more needs to be done. Read on to see what our our respondents thought about the year past and what they have coming for 2016.
By Harper W. Harris Today at the Comics and Pop Music: Making New Noise panel at Comic Con, there was one of the most interesting groups of people on stage: Patrick A. Reed of Comics Alliance moderated Matt Rosenberg, Alex Segura, Amy Chu, and Mix Master Mike of the Beastie Boys as they spoke about […]
More thoughts on the future of comics, the intersection of media, conventions and just sitting at a table drawing, by folks ranging from publishers to creators to journalists. What will 2015 bring? Surprises, like yesterday IDW/Top Shelf deal, which no one saw coming.