Thursday, September 18, 2014

Comic Round-Up: September 18, 2014

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Interview: Charlie Chang talks with Simon Oliver, the writer of "Federal Bureau of Physics."

Interview: The legendary Scottish comic book writer Grant Morrison talks Batman, Multiversity, and other projects, and refuses to discuss Scottish Independence.

Interview: Moorcock Discusses "Elric: The Ruby Throne" Graphic Novel Adaptation

Interview: talks "Serenity: Leaves on the Wind" with inker Karl Story

News: Cartoonist Alison Bechdel For wins a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant!  The Washington Post explains Why you should read MacArthur Genius Alison Bechdel’s comic strip.

News: Dynamite To Accept Bitcoin For Digital Comic Sales Plus 25 Books For $10

News: In an interview with CBR's SPINOFF ONLINE, writer/director/podcaster Kevin Smith revealed that a comic book inspired by his new film "Tusk" was in the works at Dynamite Entertainment

News: Roz Chast's Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?, which by the end of 2014 will be a significant candidate for book of the year honors in comics, has become the first book in comics form to place on the long list for the National Book Awards on their non-fiction list.

Review: Richard Bruton on "A Quiet Disaster."

Cliff Galbraith has posted a gallery of photos from the Small Press Expo.

The comic shop Gods & Monsters, which will open November 20th in Orlando, Florida, claims to be the second-largest comic shop in the country, with a floor area of 19,000 feet. Attractions will include an art gallery, a gaming lounge and a noodle bar; the store was partially funded by an IndieGoGo campaign.

The New Teachers' Aides: Superman and Iron Man

Top 5 Comic Book Reads For Any Godzilla Fan

Up, Up and Away: Lessons on Education from Comic Books, and Getting Them into Classrooms

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