A True Story About Reading Pet Sematary As A Ten Year Old is a perfect way to get to know Julia Wertz comics
Yes, it’s that time of year again.
Just links upon links upon links. These links are in the jackpot.
Here’s Part Two of our annual survey of creators with LOTS of news on tap for what’s coming in 2018. Also a special shout out to Eleanor Davis for being one of the most inspiring people in comics, as you’ll see from the responses below. PS: I nominate MariNaomi’s guilty pleasure as the best […]
§ Nice Art: Adam Hughes draws Hellboy for HELLBOY: KRAMPUSNACHT, a one shot that teams not only Mike Mignola and Adam Hughes but CHRISTMAS AND HALLOWEEN. § At a junket for Thor: Ragnarok someone asked Karl Urban what he thinks of a movie starring Lady Thor, and Urban, like a good sport blurted out that […]
§ Nice Art: Kat Fajardo won the 2017 Emerging Talent Award at CxC (Cartoon Crossroads Columbus) this weekend, Fajardo is best known for editing the La Raza Anthology and her own Gringa and Bandida comics, but she’s busy with other anthologies and illustration work (above) as well. Congratulations! Previous winners of the award were Katie Skelly and Kevin Czap. […]
Oh speaking of Publishers Weekly, this week the twice yearly Announcements issue, and I have of a full listing of 50 of the most intriguing graphic novels from August to January. I also have a Top Ten for fall (most of them come out on October 3 for some reason!) and as you can see the […]
Julia Wertz’s Eisner-nominated Drinking At The Movies, originally from 2010 but here with a handsome reissue from Koyama Press, is renowned for its humorous self-deprecating pile-on. At its root is the suggestion that beating yourself up is probably just part of personal growth. And that’s not just meant to make you feel better, but an […]
Storage: the secret shame of the comics world. Like many in the comics industry I’m a bit of a packrat (to put it mildly) and getting free books all the time doesn’t help. (Tough life, I know.) I was recently reminded of this by a couple of stories. In one, Brooklyn cartoonist Julia Wertz’s tiny […]
Here’s the third part of our annual creator survey with a varied look from people in all aspects of the business from creators to publishers to journalists. As always, buried among the answers you will find a bunch of news items for the sharp eyed and also some preview art. In case you haven’t noticed, our panel certainly did: 2015 was the year diversity broke around the comics industry, although much, much, much more needs to be done. Read on to see what our our respondents thought about the year past and what they have coming for 2016.