§ I’m not going to go too far into the Whole Denver Comic Con-troversy, as its definitely heating up, and things have been ugly for a while. The two sides can’t even agree on basic facts, like who founded the show. Charlie La Greca, or Charlito as he’s sometimes known, says he founded it with […]
Kibbles’n’Bits 2/6/14: This guy at a comic con went to find muffins, but what he really found will shock you
§ Portland’s Steve Duin reports on last weekend’s Wizard World Portland, which kicked off the never ending con season: The con featured Stan Lee (for a reported $75,000), William Shatner, Elvira, Summer Glau, a Playmate of the Year (Portland’s Sara Jean Underwood), and a Robin/Robin Lopez reunion. Dark Horse and the green Power Ranger showed […]
Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 1/23/14: What this comics shop owner found in the basement was amazing; what he did next was astounding
§ An appeals court has ruled against the estate of Joe Shuster in yet another of the endless legal battles over Superman and yet attorney Mark Toberoff vows it isn’t over. Maybe not, but the fat lady is warming up in the stands. § The NY Times chats with Indian cartoonist Vishwajyoti Ghosh about “This […]
§ I was wondering when the second volume of MARCH will be out and according to Chris Staros, it will be available in April. § Former Beat Cartoonist of the Month Connie Sun is now being published on GoComics. Congrats, Connie! § Hermes Press is offering a Free Comic Book Comics featuring Scratch9 and Bo […]
Via Sean Howe § Neal Adams was interviewed at Flying Colors in Concord, Ca, and if yuo’ve ever seen Neal Adams talk you know it’s priceless. Here he is with stories about Jim Warren, Harlan Ellison, Archie Goodwin, Denny O’Neil, his hair and more. § A nice report on Jane IRwin signing at Green Brain. […]
§ This appreciation of Cliff Sterrett’s great Polly and Her Pals says many of the right things: More than 50 years later, it’s difficult to explain why Cliff Sterrett’s magnificent creation never quite took flight. To be sure, “Polly” was way ahead of its time. Sterrett’s surrealistic, quasi-cubist artistic style was a unique fixture on […]
Oh snap the links piled up while we were on home internet vacation. § David Rees (Get Your War On) and Michael Kupperman (Tales Designed to Thrizzle) are doing a comic strip for the Sunday New York Times. That’s good! But I guess that means Brian McFadden isn’t doing one any more. That’s bad. There […]
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Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 12/31/13: These links will blow your mind. And then they will make you lose control of your bladder. Sorry.
§ I don’t know what the Brevard Times is, but they are hiring a cartoonist. Experience in caricature drawings. Interested applicants should send their resumes along with a sample caricature drawing to firstname.lastname@example.org. No mention of pay so you might want to ask about that. I was also amused by some of their requirements for […]
Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 12/30/13: At first you thought these were just links. But a closer look left you speechless.
Thanks for all the great emails yesterday, people. They are much appreciated. § MUST READ: More on Neil Cohn’s experiments in how comics are read. He actually put electrodes on people’s brains to figure this out. Cohn says any language has a “holy triumvirate” of elements: expressive form, grammar, and meaning. Comics, he argues, meet […]
Kibbles ‘n’ Bits, 12/19/13: These amazing links will change the way you think about clicking on links
§ The Comics Reporter Holiday Interview series has kicked off with Paul Pope! Your morning coffee reading is assured for the next few weeks. § The Hollywood Reporter’s legal reporter Eriq Gardner has a devil’s advocate In Defense of Shia LaBeouf suggesting that LaBeouf “seemed to be making the case for his transformative “fair use” […]