Fewer awards and a more structured nomination process for this year’s kudos.
Legendary creator, writer, and artist Neal Adams talks about the historical vitality of comics to tell stories about the Holocaust and the present need for Holocaust education.
Dark Horse acquitted itself well in this year’s Eisners with 13 nominations.
At long last, ComiXology is kicking off a line of original digital comics. But rather than making it from whole cloth they’re partnering with Boom!, Valiant and the Harvey Kurtzman estate for this first run. So the results aren’t what you’d expect: an Adventure Time spin off; a high school version of the Valiant universe and […]
Captain UN-America? Some think so. Also: go see Harvey Kurtzman and don’t touch your cel phone because it’s dirty. Plus Brian K Vaughan reveals something awesome. And is manga really a cat?
While we were enjoying Comic Arts Brooklyn this year, my partner Marguerite Van Cook and I took a break from the excitement of promoting our new Fantagraphics Book The Late Child and Other Animals to go across the street to a little coffee bar and have a snack. The young counterperson noted the influx of […]
I suspect this is going to be an epic night so get there early! The Society of Illustrators invites you to attend the Opening Reception for The Art of Harvey Kurtzman Curated by Monte Beauchamp and Denis Kitchen Friday, March 8th, 2013, 6:30pm Refreshments will be served Cash Bar will be open until midnight […]
A few weeks ago, Cartoon Brew publicized the new Blu-Ray release of Mad Monster Party, a rare Rankin-Bass motion picture. (I did intend to publicize the events, but then NYCC happened.) Among most pop-culture fans, Rankin-Bass is known for Christmas specials, which air every year, generating nostalgic bliss as we watch misfit toys and meteorological […]