Marvel’s Phase 4 begins to take shape
Why did Stan Lee want the Vision to be an android?
§ Nice art! As we reported earlier, Popula is a new online publication with a lot of comics content, including a sunDay Funnies page with Karen Sneider, Jon Lewis, Megan Kelso, Tom Hart and Steven Weissman. BOOK MARK!!! Above, a few panels from Hart. § Two of the best comics related profiles I’ve ever read […]
It’s the King
Phil Hester has been one of my favorite artists for a long time, with a style that feels suited for any kind of story, from the silliness of Irredeemable Ant-Man all the way to his eery and melancholy work on his latest title, Shipwreck. In addition to drawing Shipwreck and memorable runs on superheroes like Green Arrow and […]
After 16 movies, a pair of aces.
James Romberger went to the Big Apple Con and solved one of the great mysteries of comics history: who drew Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story.
Dean Haspiel’s prowess as a cartoonist is well known, but he’s now an emerging playwright as well. His new play, The Last Bar at the End of the World opens tomorrow at Urban Stages in Manhattan – you can buy tickets here. Directed by Phillip Cruise, and starring Cruise, Tarik Davis, Lex Friedman, Seth Gilliam, […]
BOOM! If you wanted to start seeing some bold moves out of WB/DC Films, you just got your wish. Deadline is reporting that Selma/A Wrinkle In Time auteur Ava DuVernay is closing in on a deal with WB to direct an adaptation of The New Gods, a major piece of the “epic of our times” […]
Devil Dinosaur has always been one of my favorite Kirby creations, and when Phil Hester did his first round of Jack Kirby drawings to benefit The Hero Initiative, I knew right away the big red guy was going to be my first pick! Since then, the character has made a huge comeback, with Moon Boy […]