dare you not to cry at Gabby Gamboa’s For My Father which talks about the legacy of the Viet Nam War and shows Popula’s comics page is something to keep an eye on.
Black Cloud is one of the delayed Image books, announced back in April, and MIA since. But it’s coming out at last THIS April, as writer Jason Latour tweeted: Speaking of crazy ambitions: BLACK CLOUD is a book I'm co-writing @ImageComics w/ @IvanBrandon, with art by @greg_hinkle & @TheMattDWilson— — Jason Latour (@jasonlatour) January 2, […]
“Ask me (nicely) about my feminist agenda.”
There’s “still room in comics to play for keeps.”
Image Expo is kicking off with a stirring speech by Eric Stephenson. We’ll social media it along for you Image Expo is 10 minutes from starting, and the venue certainly has some swagger to it. #imageexpo pic.twitter.com/ML7zoPbNWd — Christopher Butcher (@Comics212) April 6, 2016 "Whatever you imagine, it can happen." Starting the keynote at […]
Call it a reboot. Call it a marketing ploy. After her massive Spiderverse debut and five solo book issues, Spider-Gwen is getting a new comic. It will debut this fall after Secret Wars under Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” relaunch banner. However, the more things change, the more things stay the same. Despite being renumbered, Spider-Gwen will […]
200,000 pre-orders and many months in the making, Spider-Gwen #1 has finally arrived, bringing with her vibrant artwork and what is surely an outrageous cell phone bill.
Vito Delsante hosted a gathering of some of the purveyors of the gritty, and often all too reality-based comics handling crime and violence at Heroes Con, and when they noticed that everyone on the panel was bald, they decided that this was a call to “embrace the dark side of humanity” by shaving one’s head. […]
I noticed a common feature in the comics I was reading this week, a feature that made them all compelling as stories: the role of the underdog pitted against overwhelming odds. Seeing the psychological reactions of the characters was an important part of the ride, but excellent artwork, particularly in executing fight scenes, left me […]
First issues are easy – it’s the second issue where you get the proper measure of where a story is going, how it’ll play out, and what the style is going to be like. Of course, that isn’t really the case when you’re reviewing a comic which adapts a movie and follows the plot of […]