DK Publishing is set on making sure readers know their female superheroes just as 2018 fires its last shots with the release of Fearless and Fantastic! Females Superheroes Save the World. The book continues the DK tradition of introducing characters and ideas in encyclopedic format, popping the metaphorical hood for a fairly general look at origin […]
HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque is a visual artist who finds inspiration from fashion, cartoons, golden age comics, and comic strips. He is most recognized for taking pop-culture figures and exaggerating them in cartoonish fashion, always complete with a signature pair of sneakers. Earlier in the week, we posted a review of the DC Artist Alley figures […]
Jeff Lemire’s explanation for how he stays the busiest man in comics is very simple.
If you had told me as recently as a year ago that I would be in love with a comic about Snagglepuss not due to its wacky retro yucks, but because of its heart and soul, I don’t know that I would have believed you. However, in 2018, that is exactly what happened, though I suppose […]
Between Matt Rosenberg writing a Multiple Man miniseries about Jamie Madrox and Saladin Ahmed writing Quicksilver it feels like all my favorite new comics writers are writing miniseries about all my favorite X-Factor characters! What’s next? Mags Visaggio writing Polaris? <crosses fingers.> On this, Matt Rosenberg is joined by penciler Andy MacDonald and colorist extraordinaire […]
How parenting, working for the press and living in Cleveland has helped him to write the iconic American hero.
Comcis periodical sales are either stagnant or stable depending on how you like your glass.
“Five years ago, Marvel was in charge, and they ruled everything I did as a retailer. It was ‘Marvel first.’ Now, they are the bastard children of the industry. I’ve lost probably 25% of my comic readership because 25% of my Marvel fans got tired of my higher cover prices, the non-sequitur storylines, the almost incomprehensible X-Men this and that… Marvel has done nothing to drive the industry towards us.”
The exhibit features over 300 pieces on display, including original comic book art and movie props and costumes.
When asked how his art has changed and evolved over the last 30 years, Jurgens said, “The changes to my art are influenced by what I write. The best way to tell a story also changes over time.”