Support this week's full-text RSS feed by buying faithful reader Jay Michael Jones' A Chatterstrip at the End of Civilization You know Jay Michael Jones as faithful Comics Curmudgeon reader and commenter True Fable. His new book, A Chatterstrip...Show More Summary
Hello prospective listener, thank you for your interest in the RadioBastard Podcast. Do you like weeks that give bigoted comic book fans a case of the sads, talkin bout tacos, ninjas that do karate, long term planning for your movie ticket purchases, Caroline in the City jokes and 8-bit video game warriors? Swell, because we’re […]
Fans of Gail Simone's current run on Batgirl are lamenting the comic book writer's eventual exist from the series when it switches over to Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and Babs Tarr, but Simone's promised us all that she's moving on to some very exciting projects. Show More Summary
Like the old Classics Illustrated line, which adapted the classics of literature to comics form, Catherine Ingram's new "This Is..." line brings the world of high art to the comics medium. Unlike Classics Illustrated, Ingram's booksShow More Summary
Author Chuck Palahniuk is revisiting Fight Club, bringing a sequel to his 1996 book to life with help from Dark Horse Comics. According to USA Today, Palahniuk announced at Comic-Con that a 10 issue maxiseries will be published by Dark Horse Comics, beginning in May 2015. Illustrated by Cameron Stewart, Fight Club 2 will take
HE'S an artist in a half shell. A Park Slope-raised photographer is papering the city with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle stickers, creating a sprawling scavenger hunt for aficionados of the 30-year-old comic book and cartoon.
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Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Adam Hughes, and the stories are “Two Sides of the Man” in Warriors #1 and “A Tradition of Terror” in Blood of Dracula #4, the first of which was published by Adventure Publications and is cover […]
From "Blade" to "X-Men," CBR looks back at some of the notable franchises whose latter installments missed the mark.
+ How to get a copy early at Comic Con!! Read the full article on AICN This book - from our fine friends over at Titan - is quite lovely, and I’d highly recommend it to anyone even passingly interested in movie promo art. John Alvin’s...Show More Summary
Longtime comic writer and producer Stan Lee, is trying his hand at books for children.
With the recently hot topic of Marvel posting release dates of a plethora of future flicks, everybody forgets that Warner Brothers has 11 comic book movies also in development. Like that bald-headed stepchild its parents keep ditching at the mall, DC has a habit of getting lost in the Hollywood shuffle and struggles to get […]
Another work week, another reason to listen to some new music! Today we bring you several tracks from our new comic book editor, Zac! As seems to be the running theme, we’ve got a great mix of genres here, from hip hop to electronica to indie and more. Head on below to get a sampling […]
With the beginning of Comic-Con just a couple days away, the influx of news about forthcoming comic book movies (like what titles Marvel has planned for release through 2019) will increase exponentially. And there's no official word on DC Entertainment having a presence at Comic-Con, we're betting the Warner Bros. Show More Summary
We (accidentally) broke the news to George Takei that Archie died, protecting George's comic book pal Kevin Keller. Although he was saddened to hear the news, he looked on the bright side and said, "the next generation is coming andShow More Summary
A few of you have sent along this article arguing its way through the changes in the book market brought about by the Internet, using the announcement of the Amazon Kindle Unlimited plan as the trigger event for the piece. I suppose this is where I should have some sort of sweeping proclamation to make. Show More Summary
Here. I was a crazy obsessive National Review reader at about the same time in my life I was last a reader of Thor comic books, so I wanted to read this one. It made me nostalgic for eighth grade study hall, but that's about it. TheShow More Summary
Skylanders Trap Team Dark Edition Featuring Ultimate Kaos Trap Debuts Activations Include Consumer Hands-on Gameplay, First-Ever Skylanders Comic Book Unveiling SANTA MONICA, Calif. - July 21, 2014 - For the first time, Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. Show More Summary
Originally published February 23, 2001, in Comics Buyer’s Guide #1423–Special “1971? theme issue I think comic books just cost me a date with Debbie Moss, and that might be the last straw. I can’t believe I’m saying that. I mean, y’know, when I first started reading comics when I was five years old, I felt […]
AICN COMICS Q&@: Russ Sheath chats with comics superstar artist Mark Brooks about his new art book SET LIST and his plans for San Diego Comic-Con! Read the full article on AICN @@@ What the $% is AICN COMICS Q&@? @@@Q’s by Russ Sheath! @’s...Show More Summary