SDCC’13: Heidi’s Sunday Podcast with Fantagraphics, Rick Geary and more.

Live from San Diego Comic-Con, it’s More To Come! Heidi’s podcast from Publishers Weekly Comics World brings you special coverage from San Diego Comic Con. Interviews fresh from the convention floor, with new episodes daily during the con! In today’s episode,  Heidi interviews Eric Reynolds, associate publisher of Fantagraphics, on reconnecting with the market, and […]

SDCC’13: 2000AD Brings Thrillpower, Rogue Trooper, Dredd Sequel Comic


As evidenced by the damning photos of an unconscious Tharg curled up drunk under a convention table, 2000AD have been at SDCC in full force this year. Yesterday they teamed up with IDW – who handle the American printing of many of their titles – for a panel where they announced several new projects, and […]

SDCC’13: The Sandman 25th Anniversary Panel


By Nicholas Eskey Almost 25 years ago, a comic book that really didn’t look, read, or follow the other hero laden stories that were more in circulation hit local store shelves. Its main character didn’t look like any of the flying, spandex wearing beings that saved damsels in distress and diverted near-world-apocalypses. In January of […]

SDCC’13: Genre in Comics: Can Image Do Anything?


If today’s “Image Comics and the Genre Fiction Renaissance” panel at Comic-Con can be any guide, there are only two genres in the comic book industry: superheroes and everything else. Image are putting out a lot of ‘everything else’ these days, and genres are crossing like crazy. A panel including Tim Seeley, Mike Norton, Ed […]

SDCC’13 in Photos: Archaia, Cosplay, Joss Whedon and Hugs


We’re almost reaching the end of San Diego Comic-Con 2013, but before packing her bags and heading back to Chicago, Megan Byrd (@comicbookcandy) has sent two last sets of photos from the festival. There’s cacti made out of yarn, Spider-Man being a dick to Darth Vader, all kinds of amazing cosplay, and shots from Archaia, Boom […]

SDCC’13: Neal Adams and The Holocaust


By Bob Calhoun Neal Adams is surprisingly effervescent for a man about to sit on a Comic-Con panel on the Holocaust. “There aren’t more Jews here?” the comic art legend barks as he surveys the room. “Go out there and get more Jews!” he says, urging random audience members to help pack the room. “Leave the door […]