Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Comic Round-Up: December 23, 2014

This holiday season, Christmas cookies are Bane’s allies.

Interview: Marisa Stotter talks about her just-released documentary She Makes Comics

News: Humble Bundle sold $3 million worth of DRM-free digital comics in 2014, the first year in which the company included e-books and comics in its bundles. Total e-book revenues were $4.75 million, of which $1.2 million went to charity (including the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund).

News: The site Broken Frontier has released its yearly awards winners, this time for the year 2014. The post says it's the site's 11th annual list. The analysis from Frederik Hautain notes the dominance of female creators and the continuing appeal of Image Comics as a publisher.

Reviews: Matt Adams on Guardians of the Galaxy: Guardians Disassembled and Thor, God of Thunder. Brigid Alverson on Bad Machinery: The Case Of The Simple Soul. Tim Hanley on Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip. Thad Komorowski on Funnybooks: The Improbable Glories of the Best American Comic Books. Heidi MacDonald on The Amateurs. Richard Pachter on a bunch of different comics.

10 Reasons Why Constantine Must Not Get Cancelled

CBR counts down the top 50 Comic Book Artists and Writers of 2014.

Eight Gifts For LGBTQ Comic Book Lovers

The Hollywood Reporter reminds us of 10 Underrated Christmas Comics.

IGN's Joshua Yehl explains Why Batman Can Do Anything

Kotaku asks are we entering the age of The Practical Superhero Costume?

Preview of Marvel's The Avengers #1. It's a comic book adaptation of the first Avengers movie. This issue will be out on the 24th.

The VanCouver Sun remembers the 10 of the most notable graphic novels of 2014.

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