Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Comic Round-Up: November 26, 2014

Anatomy of an Ad - Years of Future Past by Art Adams

Anatomy of an Ad: "Years of Future Past" by Art Adams

CrowdFunding: Here is a campaign for the cartoonist and illustrator Ed Siemienkowicz trying to raise money on his behalf to assist him time- and resources-wise with his fight against cancer.

Interview: 10 Questions With Comics Brewmaster Leslie Stein

Interview: Green Lantern Corps artist Bernard Chang discusses collaborating with writer Van Jensen and drawing the New 52’s version of the New Gods.

Interview: Kelly Sue DeConnick admits she was “terrified” about taking Captain Marvel into outer space, but it worked out just fine: “I felt like I had spent so much time and energy building up her life in New York. Now that I’ve been doing it for a while, I’m sort of understanding: You can just find your corner and keep adding pieces. Now I’m having a blast. Now I’m sort of dreading that we have to come back to Earth.

Interview: Writers Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby talk about their new graphic novel, Robbie Burns—Witch Hunter, which is loosely based on Burns’s poem “Tam O’Shanter.”

Reviews: Daniel McCloskey on You Can Did It. Henry Chamberlain on Cats In Service. Jen Vaughn on Recidivist Vol. 4. Ian Scheffler on Showa: 1944-1953.

The Atlantic describes Saga as "Like Star Wars, but Unfilmable and Brilliantly Bonkers"

Because manga series often run for many years, the look of the characters often evolves over time. Brian Ashcraft shows some examples, comparing early incarnations with later version of the same character side by side.

Big Hero 6 Cameo By Stan Lee Has Marvel Comics Fans Abuzz

Black Friday 2014: The best deals in comic books

Hartlepool, England, has a new comics store that specializes in American superhero titles. Co-owner Kelvin Allison says it’s unique to the area: “The comics have a lot of interest, but people normally have to buy them online so we’re hoping people will come down and see what we have on offer.”

SlashFilm suggests The Best Graphic Novel Gifts of 2014

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