Tweetby Marc-Oliver Frisch August was another fairly strong month for DC Comics’ periodical output, mainly thanks to the continued success of the Green Lantern and Batman franchises. With Blackest Night #2, Batman and Robin #3, Green Lantern #45 and Blackest Night: Batman #1, the publisher again managed to place four of its DC Universe titles [...]
Tweet Holy Frak! Paul Pope does DUNE Wednesday Comics style. YOU CRAZY KID YOU. We loves it. Colors by Lovern Kindzierski. See the whole page in the link. I find that with the format of Wednesday Comics (which is really the traditional Sunday Comics page), one must condense the plot and action to the briefest [...]
Tweet Josh Cotter’s insane, experimental, fantastic Driven By Lemons was one of the hits of SPX — a sketchbook journal of art that somehow coheres into a narrative. As print as they come, right? But, believe it or don’t, Comixology has a free preview available for iPhone. CHECK IT OUT. Mind-boggling.
Tweet For West Coasters, the premiere event this weekend is the new Long Beach Comic-Con, running today through Sunday at the Long Beach Convention Center. Although a new show on the scene, it’s run by a veteran crew led by Martha Donato, and features a stellar guest list led by Stan Lee, Jim Lee and [...]
Tweet Now freed from competition with turkey and stuffing, Mid-Ohio Con kicks off Saturday and Sunday, October 3–4, in Exhibit Hall E of the Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 North High Street, Columbus, OH. Guests include special guests Mike Golden and Bernie Wrightson, as well as Mark Evanier, Marv Wolfman, Chris Giarrusso, Tony Isabella, David [...]
Tweet The title of the UK’s premier comics show was somewhat in flux after the Bristol show dwindled. but it seems like this weekend’s BICS in Birmingham at the Thinktank Millennium Point has developed into a full service show. You can see all the hoohah in the link, which includes a very snappy-looking website. Guests [...]