The ten weirdest content moderation decisions Tumblr has made this week
Less than a week to get your hands on this children’s book!
By Ricardo Serrano Denis Friday’s BOOM! Studios panel carried with it a message that many seem to forget when talking about comics. “Comics are for everyone, so we make comics for everyone.” As far as mottos go, BOOM’s can’t be beat. It faithfully reflects the publisher’s vision and the reasoning behind their creative decisions, which were […]
Greg Pak & Jonathan Coulton Fully Fund Latest Kickstarter Campaign!
Pak and Coulton embark on sequel to beloved PRINCESS WHO SAVED HERSELF children’s book
§ Nice Art: Benjamin Dewey is selling art to help pay for medical bills from the death of a pet. And his art is very very nice. Condolences on his loss. All of my @CadenceComicArt pages, painted covers & double page spreads are 25% off to help pay vet bills from the loss of my […]
A little research showed me that I read Amazing Fantasy Vol. 2 #15 before beginning to read Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane, but they came within months of each other in 2006 so I quickly recognized Takeshi Miyazawa as a manga-influenced master of many trades. The same year that he co-created scrappy genius Amadeus Cho he also […]
And let’s wrap things up! This may not have been the biggest survey ever, but it had perhaps the widest participation ever, and I’m very proud to showcase so many people from so many levels of the comcis industry from creators to retailers to journalists to publishers. 2018 has already been wild but it’s going […]
If you’re looking for the model of the modern, successful creative, Greg Pak is a good start. Multimedia (from making films to making comics), multi revenue stream – writing a lot of Marvel comics is fine, but running multiple successful Kickstarters is fine too – and if you read his Twitter, he can even make […]
After months of waiting, Generations is finally here! We catch up on a tale of twin Hulks and get the lowdown on the optimistic side of the Marvel Universe you’ve been waiting for. Don’t miss our verdict on the first of a brand new series of oneshots this week in The Marvel Rundown: Generations: Banner […]