James Romberger and Jim Woodring in conversation – plus a Comic Arts Brooklyn report.
We talk about the latest relaunch for Marvel’s merry mutants, and look back at Lee and Kirby’s original X-MEN #1
This six-issue story will launch in February, following the Furies as they question their role within Darkseid’s army.
Marvel’s Phase 4 begins to take shape
Why did Stan Lee want the Vision to be an android?
§ Nice art! As we reported earlier, Popula is a new online publication with a lot of comics content, including a sunDay Funnies page with Karen Sneider, Jon Lewis, Megan Kelso, Tom Hart and Steven Weissman. BOOK MARK!!! Above, a few panels from Hart. § Two of the best comics related profiles I’ve ever read […]
It’s the King
Phil Hester has been one of my favorite artists for a long time, with a style that feels suited for any kind of story, from the silliness of Irredeemable Ant-Man all the way to his eery and melancholy work on his latest title, Shipwreck. In addition to drawing Shipwreck and memorable runs on superheroes like Green Arrow and […]
After 16 movies, a pair of aces.
James Romberger went to the Big Apple Con and solved one of the great mysteries of comics history: who drew Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story.