Interview: Jody Houser on Revolutionizing the Meaning of Heroism in Valiant’s FAITH


In the 2015 superhero comics landscape, Valiant’s Faith stands alone. As someone who doesn’t fit traditional standards of beauty when it comes to BMI, she’s a hero I can relate to on more than one level. Thankfully, Valiant is offering readers the chance to catch up with Faith in a brand new mini-series written by Jody […]

Six new What The Duck covers for April with Aragones, Stokoe, etc.


April is Howard the Duck variant cover month for Marvel and here are six more — these covers could function as a mini-FAQ for “famous images to parody” : American Gothic, check, Washington Crossing the Delaware, check, Iwo Jima, check and so on. I don’t think there’s been a Janet Jackson Rolling Stone cover parody yet, but give them time.

Gilbert Hernandez and Marguerite Sauvage are drawing Wonder Woman


Sensation Comics, you may recall, is the digital-first Wonder Woman series that will feature diverse folk doing diverse stories about everyone’s favorite star-spangled Amazon. Digital comics will be collected into print issues every few months. So dropped into this rather barebones exclusive story about issue #3 is the stunning news that Gilbert Hernandez will be drawing a Wonder Woman story! And Sean E. Williams and fashion-y illustrator Marguerite Sauvage will be doing another!