This one hurts. Panels.net a wonderful site about comics that focused mostly on graphic novels, representation and the kind of books that are the future of the medium, with the tagline “Read comics. Be Happy” will fold into parent site Book Riot, editor Swapna Krishna reports. As many of you may know, Panels is the […]
As usual, brave Jamie Coville has recorded the Eisner Award ceremony and 21 other panels (one or two with me on it) for your listening pleasure. These all sound pretty amazing, from Paul Gulacy to We Need Diverse Comics to Emily Carroll.
And for an added bonus, listen to the Eisner Awards for th immortal “Macabre” moment that none who were present will EVER forget.
If you really love comics, then you know Hall H wasn’t the only place to be Saturday during Comic-Con. Room 26a held a different type of celebration, one of comics and Weird Love…the comic book, not the actual act of weird love. A group of performers calling themselves Captured Aural Phantasy Theater did voice over […]
IT’S HERE. Time to lock down those schedules, people. Comic-Con has released the entire schedule for Wednesday and Thursday and we’ll have a sleection of highlights as soon as our mnd stops boggling. JULY 20 • WEDNESDAY 4:00pm – 6:00pm Teaching with Comics: An Interactive Workshop for Educators Shiley Special Events, San Diego Central Library Peter Carlson (Green […]
As in past years, the ReedPOP staff was kind enough to make the entire C2E2 programing list available in a handy text format. You can use their own site to set up a schedule, but this is easy to search. And many great panels, from John Cusack to cosplay how tos to Women of Marvel to the future of Hellboy.
Every Friday, Alex counts down the top five panels & sequences in comics released this week. Spoilers follow, obviously. 5) Prez #1 Did you know that, if you live in the San Francisco Bay area, this is a real thing? 4) Harley Quinn and Power Girl #1 Chauvinist alien prude had it coming. 3) Ms. Marvel […]