Friday, April 24, 2015

Comic Round-Up: April 24, 2015

90s X-Men Animated by Blake Henriksen

"90’s X-Men Animated" by Blake Henriksen (Pinkhavok)
"This piece is my homage to the 90’s Animated X-Men cartoon, one of my favorite 90’s cartoons and easily one of the most influential towards me as an artist. I absolutely love that it was heavily influenced by Jim Lee’s designs, something that was so important to me as a kid since I was getting into comics during his legendary run on the comic book series. He’s always been one of my artistic idols and it’s great to have the chance to put my own spin on his work."

Interview: Afghan political cartoonist Habib Rahman Habib talks about his work.

Interview: Dominic Umile writes about pre-Code horror comics 

Interview: Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses superheroes, comics vs. movies, and why he reads Marvel comics but not DC.

News: Cartoonist Roz Chast is one of six recipients of this year’s Heinz Awards, which recognize “exceptional Americans, for their creativity and determination in finding solutions to critical issues.” The honor comes with an $250,000 cash prize. 

News: A Spider-Man Animated Movie Will Hit Theaters In 2018

Reviews: Matt Delhauer on Archie Vs. Predator #1.

15 People Who Have Kicked Batman's Ass

50 Shades of Avengers: The Colorful History of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. A survey of the colors of Marvel's 'The Avengers' covers reveals a shift to a more complex, cinematic palette, as demonstrated by this super-infographic.

All The Reasons Why Batman Has Worn Crazy Power Armor

ASPIRING COMICS CREATORS TAKE NOTE! Oni Press is taking open submissions starting May 1st! In this interview with Comics Alliance, they talk about why. (Hint: diversity)

Bleeding Cool names The Comic Books That Will Make Up The New Spider-Man Movie

A Brief Guide To Ultron's Crazy Comic History

Can Superheroes Assert Legal Rights Without Revealing Their Identities?

Daredevil, Catholicism, and the Marvel Moral Universe

Hey Marvel, Where Are the LGBT Characters?

How Scarlett Johansson and Elizabeth Olsen's Characters Strengthen the Marvel Universe

Iceman Already Kinda Sorta Tried to Come Out as Gay in the 1990s

io9 remembers The Mind-Blowing History of Hawkman

The Most Beautiful Looking Superman Today Is In Suiciders says Rich Johnston

The Next Ten Biggest Marvel Heroes yet to be Adapted

One Perfect Issue: Saga of the Swamp Thing #21

Process Art For Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Down Town

Subversive Superhero: The American Dream of Captain America

Take a Closer Look at the Batmobile From Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

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