French cartoonist Sébastien Samson’s graphic novel about running in the New York Marathon shows the universal language of the graphic novel.
Tis the season for creepy comics, and horror master Junji Ito is as disturbing as ever.
By Ricardo Serrano Denis There is an undeniable charm to smaller, more thematically-specific comics conventions. They promote conversation and an exchange of ideas that tends to get lost in the bigger, louder, and more distracting mess of lights and sounds that are the larger arena conventions. Diversity Comic Con, organized by Ramón Gil, favors conversation. […]
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 […]
“I mean, the only change we ever made or that I ever made for Kill Shakespeare was I had to reduce the amount of ‘side-boob’ in one image.”
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 Ricardo Serrano Denis Larry Fessenden is a Horror fan’s Horror god. A humble speaker that is honest about his desire to scare people with his work just as much as he wants to enjoy the scares with them. Fessenden is an actor, directors, writer, producer, film editor, and cinematographer that also penned horror comics […]