“…doing an entire season about war is really heavy and although we loved it and are super proud, it was great to put that behind us…”
by Ricardo Serrano Denis Truth might edge out fiction in the ‘strange’ department, but it doesn’t always go the same way with entertainment. People are creatures of entertainment. They aspire to it, they thrive in it, and they inherently gravitate towards it. When I was kid, my preferred form of education was movies. JFK, Saving […]
News books, old books, and an alligator at a comic con.
by Ricardo Serrano Denis Comic books have a history of speaking out against tough topics in times where divisiveness, social strife, and even trauma are laid bare and haven’t even started to heal. One of the reasons why they do so, mostly, is because their weekly single-issue publication model keeps them current. They are intensely […]
by Will Henderson For centuries, a coven of perpetually reincarnating witches has waged war against the all-male conspiracy known as “The Architects.” After killing the lead Architect, the witches should have been done – but they’re not, thanks to Hex Wives writer Ben Blacker and artist Mirka Andolfo. Seems the Architects aren’t quite done with […]
Seeing legendary painter Alex Ross in person at a comic book convention is a rare treat. Seeing him talk with his art book collaborator Chip Kidd is an even rarer treat, so it’s no surprise that a packed room greeted Alex Ross and Chip Kidd on Saturday morning at New York Comic Con 2018. What a […]
Erica Friedman explores the part of NYCC that some pros called an “anime ghetto”
by Will Henderson The world isn’t always the safest place, just ask artist and colorist Chris Sotomayor. He and his wife, to keep their daughters safe, have bought them personal (rape) alarms and bulletproof backpack inserts. But there’s only so much a parent can do to protect his or her child, especially from sexual assault. […]
Cyclops is still dead.
Bendis reveals the big DC Comics plans he’s been teasing his fans with for days