Between the Milestone years and the time he found newfound respect in the animation industry, Dwayne McDuffie worked as an online journalist to pay the bills. Nevertheless, he still persevered pitching comic ideas as hard as he could, despite the ongoing frustrations with the industry and the comic book market crash. One such pitch was […]
” I’m a sucker for a semi-doomed/complicated romance…”
“Don’t do this! You don’t want to kill me, Batgirl!”
This Wednesday in Batgirl #11, the “Son of Penguin” arc reaches its dramatic conclusion! Ethan has it out for dear old daddy Cobblepot (shudder), and he’s assembled a mind-controlled mob to take the Penguin down. can Barbara free the minds of this murderous flash mob before it’s too late? Check out the Comics Beat’s exclusive preview […]
Many an artist of the comic, graphic novel, and manga format will cringe when the respective writer they work with asks for the dreaded “action scene.” Perhaps more confusing than the rendering of hands, the action scene can easily confound any veteran artist; Do I go for a side-profile view, or over the shoulder? Is […]
Today, news broke that there will be a standalone Batgirl film. Joss Whedon, director of the first two Avengers films among a bevy of other renowned genre film and TV projects, is nearing a deal to write, direct, and produce the movie on behalf of Warner Bros. and DC Comics. According to Variety, no other producers are currently attached […]
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion explore DC’s newest digital-first comic and check in with an old British friend!
What comics are best for getting new readers into comics? In the second part of her recommendation series, Rosie Knight gives tried and true suggestions for the comics curious in your life of all ages.
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion examine this week’s DC Rebirth books and the continuation of “Night of the Monster Men.”
Alex and Kyle dig into one of the biggest misfires of the Rebirth line