It's here, and well worth reading in full for the commentary involved and for the alternative choices. I think it's a very intereresting, very good list. The choices are: 911 Police State, Noel Freibert Arsene Schrauwen, Olivier Schrauwen (Fantagraphics) Cities And Spaces And, Rebekka Dunlap Dear Amanda, Cathy G. Show More Summary
The actor, who played The Riddler in 1995’s "Batman Forever", say’s he’d like to return to the franchise, although probably not in the same role.
Rich Johnston over at Bleeding Cool has caught a Facebook post that says the longtime artist Norm Breyfogle has suffered a stroke. He expects a full recovery. Breyfogle's in his mid-fifties, and is still probably best known for an affiliation...Show More Summary
Josh Neufeld discusses his new book about big data and how we think about privacy, and the state of modern comics journalism
A column in which Matt Derman (Comics Matter) reads & reviews comics from 1987, because that’s the year he was born. Click here for an archive of all the previous posts in the series. Aristocratic Xtraterrestrial Time-Traveling Thieves #1-6 (Comics Interview) by Henry Vogel, Mark Propst, T.R. Davidson (#1-2), Jim Massara (#3-6), Dwight Jon Zimmerman, David Anthony […]
Magik breaks into Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum in Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #29, on sale Dec. 24 from Marvel.
Okay, pay attention now because this won’t be easy to understand. First, a couple of news items: A time capsule buried near the State House in Boston in 1795 by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams was unearthed last week during some repair work. And scientists have actually seen some dark matter. They’ve been speculating about […]
Support this week's full-text RSS feed by buying Garfield: His 9 Lives Wait, what, Garfield? YES. Garfield: His 9 Lives obsessed me as a child and is amazing. Includes nine different stories across history and genres, including film noir pastiche and outright horror. Show More Summary
By Tom Spurgeon you can a decent idea of the year ahead by looking at this site's forthcoming attractions page -- it's not perfect, but it has the skeleton in place. We are starting to see a lot of overlap on certain dates, and it's only going to get uglier in the years ahead. Show More Summary
Here's one of more recent vintage than most of the ones I've presented here, and it was originally published in Europe!
December 19 If I Were In Mumbai, I'd Go To This If I Were In Portland, I'd Go To This December 20 If I Were In Mumbai, I'd Go To This If I Were In Toronto, I'd Go To This If I Were In Charlotte, I'd Go To This If I Were In Seattle,...Show More Summary
More goodies I've featured in the past that I'd love to own some day, if I had the money and space for them!One of these days, I'll have to look into the Universal Horror Library to see what novels were published in that series!I think...Show More Summary
Chris Ware doesn't do a ton of writing about comics, so it's worth noting when he does something like this piece on Here. Percy Brown, Jr. talks to Jimmy Swinnerton. Andy Yates talks to Josh Cotter. Sean Gaffney on SHOWA 1944-1953: A History Of Japan. Show More Summary
ED. NOTE: For the holidays, Comic Riffs has decided to count down the comics-world elements and developments for which we’re most grateful. Because that lengthy list could carry us clear till the years-away debut of the next Spider-Man...Show More Summary
This isn't my world or even anything in which I'm terribly, terribly interested, but the recent Sony hacking flap and its massive overtones of potential North Korean government involvement because of the movie The Interview has led to...Show More Summary