Monday, December 30, 2013

Comic Round-Up: December 30, 2013

"The Alan Moore Poker Game:The Killing Bluff" by J.K. Woodward
Prints available for purchase from the artist's website. US$15

Interview: Dave Kellett, creator of the webcomic Sheldon and Stripped, a documentary about newspaper comics and webcomics, talks with The Comics Reporter.

Interview: Jonathan Hickman and Tom Brevoort talk about Avengers #24.NOW, which kicks off the All-New Marvel NOW initiative.

Interview: Paste Magazine devotes its first comics-related cover story to an in-depth interview with Saga creators Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.

News: Image Comics Partners With Dropbox for Digital Storefront Changes

Crave Online selects its 10 favorite comics writers of 2013.

Lance Parkin tells the tangled tale of the publication of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill, which was originally published by DC Comics under tense circumstances and later migrated to Top Shelf.

Matthew Price, the owner of Speeding Bullet Comics of Norman, Oklahoma, reflects on fifteen years of running a comic shop and what has changed during that time.

The Oklahoman picks the 10 best comics series of the year.

Harry Edmundson-Cornell discusses why so many comics adaptations from other media fall flat.

Sequart Research discusses why so many comics adaptations from other media fall flat.

Topless Robot counts down the best manga of 2013.

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