A SEMI-CIRCLE of women cartoonists sat talking in the lobby of Washington’s Omni Shoreham Hotel as Saturday turned into Sunday, all of them dressed in formal attire from the just-concluded Reuben Awards ceremony to salute their industry, and several noted that the evening’s honors felt special.Read full article >>
This is the latest in a feature where I just share some bit of comic book history that interests me. With David Letterman retiring a few days ago, there were a lot of features written about Avengers #239, the issue where the Avengers go on Late Night with David Letterman (I wrote about that issue […]
ROBOT 6 heads across the Atlantic to visit the 20-year-old Page 45 in Nottingham, England, which is about to undergo a renovation.
As the possibility of Avengers cameos and the story of Edgar Wright's screenplay emerge, new stills have hit the web from the Paul Rudd superhero movie.
Since McConaughey has said he's open to starring in a superhero movie, here are some heroes he would be all right all right all right at playing.
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A famous surgeon aims to fix Edward in this exclusive preview of Kate Leth & Drew Rausch's "Edward Scissorhands" #8 from IDW Publishing.
Support this site's full-text RSS feed by buying Julia Wertz's Museum of Mistakes: The Fart Party Collection Beloved webcomics artist Julia Wertz has collected all her early material in Museum of Mistakes: The Fart Party Collection ....Show More Summary
Because I am the worst person at moving, apparently I still have duplicate copies of Black Jack and Eagle sitting in an otherwise empty bookshelf in Silver City, New Mexico. I have Volumes 1-12 of Eagle; Volumes 1-12 and then 17 of Black Jack. Show More Summary
In this feature, I examine comic book fights that were particularly notable in the wrong side winning (or at least that the fight wasn’t won the “right” way). This really isn’t a big deal, of course, as it doesn’t really matter if the “wrong” person won a fight. But it’s fun to talk about! If […]
CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights examines when both Wonder Man and Hawkeye (?!?) defeated Hulk foe the Abomination by themselves.
Before I was a professional comic book writer, I was a fan. I still am. I was going to comic cons long before I turned pro. Some are good, some are not so good, and some are the San Diego Comic Con which is too large to fit into any category. For me these days, … Continue reading John Ostrander: It’s always Halloween at the Con ?
The writer Todd VanDerWerff looks at modern superhero movies as a way for culture to replay 9/11 under safe or even advantageous terms. I assume this is a part of their appeal in general, just as the monster movies of the '50s and '60s...Show More Summary
Roz Chast's win is a rare win for a female cartoonist, and I think it's now fair to argue that her memoir, Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?, is the second-most lauded comics work of the comics-for-adults era. Congratulations to her.
On Friday, CR readers were asked to "Name Five Favorite Last Issues Of Comic Book Series." This is how they responded. Philippe Leblanc 1- Black Hole #12 2- Ultimates 2 #13 3- Sandman #75 4- I Had A Dream #6 5- Spaceman #9 Michael Buntag 1. Show More Summary
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