By Nancy Powell James Sturm has never been shy about tackling the complexities of race and ethnicity in his graphic novels. Recently, Sturm turned his observant eye on the 2016 election season and set it as the backdrop from which a marriage unravels. Off Season, Sturm’s newest graphic novel, just dropped in stores this past […]
By Nancy Powell When David Pepose and Jorge Santiago Jr. last left Spencer & Locke, it was with a tired but satisfyingly-twisted happily ever after. Locke had just mowed down dear old dad, who mowed down Locke’s sweetie, Sophie. And now the action will take on a darker and more sinister turn when this new […]
Die, die, die? How about guns, guns, guns?! Skybound’s latest book, Assassin Nation is one hell of a hectic murder fest. Helmed by Kyle Starks (Rock Candy Mountain, Sexcastle) and Erica Henderson (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl), Assassin Nation brings 20 of the world’s greatest killers together in one room. Their job? Protect their new crime boss, whom Starks describes as […]
The Eisner-nominated cartoonist shares hard-earned wisdom from his long career
The former Marvel editor begins a new journey at Valiant
Ahead of the debut of the Dark Horse miniseries, we talk with the series writer about what makes Pitor Wyrd tick.
Humanoids Comics took a very calculated approach to 2018. They’ve announced a new imprint, called H1, that looks to establish a shared superhero universe complete with on-going and limited series. They’ve expanded upon stories that already have an established presence in comics, internationally, with new entries or reprints from Jodorowsky’s Incal universe and Carthago, about […]
Part memoir, part travelogue, and all lushly drawn, I MOVED TO LOS ANGELES is simply a wonderful book for those who want to learn the finer details of the animation industry.
To say the work of author Chuck Palahniuk is surreal is selling it short. From stories about autoerotic asphyxiation, coping with the murder of a loved one, to the fate of legacies; his work is consistently pushing the boundaries of social construct acceptance towards emphasising the intellectual divide. Yet for every novel, novella, and short story by Palahniuk […]
Talking to Carta Monir about Secure Connect, Game Boy Printer, Video Games Comics and her New Micro-Press