Getting a bit spoilery here, sorry. The revival of Twin Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost’s landmark television series, has been easily the entertainment highlight of my year so far (and that’s saying something in a set of months that gave us Get Out, Logan, Baby Driver, Legion, the latest season of Better Call Saul, […]
Kyle takes a look at a pair of secondary Gotham and Metropolis titles
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion explore the surprising debut to the latest SUPERWOMAN series!
“I look down at it and know without question: I love this world. But there’s something missing.” In the five years since DC Comics rebooted their universe through the Flashpoint event and New 52 line, the oldest major comics publisher in America has seen its fortunes fall. After being barraged with complaints about homogeneous artwork, constant […]
2016 Flame Con will be held for TWO days this time. And that’s not all: they’re moving to a bigger location too
Artist and writerPhil Jimenez talks gay comic fandom, the many faces of Wonder Woman and why Midnighter leaves him cold.
The Nightly Show Last night’s The Nightly Show, the show hosted by Larry Whitmore, examined nerd culture and diversity. Guests included Marvel’s Director of Content & Character Development. Sana Amanat, artist Phil Jimenez (Spider-Man, Wonder Woman), comedian Mike Lawrence and rapper Jean Grae. The show included a “black Batman” sketch and some other discussion of […]
Angela, the character created by Neil Gaiman in another lifetime as part of the Spawn universe, will be receiving her own ongoing series later this year from the creative team of Kieron Gillen, Marguerite Bennett, Phil Jimenez and Stephanie Hans. I don’t know how we reached this point either, but that’s a packed lineup of creators […]
Next week sees the release of the third trade of Fairest, the spinoff series of Fables which has seen a number of writers and artists tell standalone stories spotlighting the different female characters of Bill Willingham’s world. Return of the Maharaja, however, tries something a little different still – writer Sean E. Williams and artist […]
Sunday morning a crowd of die-hard fans gathered to hear some Wonder Woman artists discuss their favorite character, her appeal, and why her translation into other media has been so “problematic” over time. Phil Jimenez, George Perez, Ramona Fradon, and Joe Kelly weighed in on the subject, with Kelly moderating. Each explained how they initially […]