Thursday, April 30, 2015

Comic Round-Up: April 30, 2015

"Iron Man vs Hulk" by Chris Skinner

Event: Artists Jose Varese and Steve Lydic appear at Heroes Haven in Tampa, FL for a signing on Saturday May 23, 2015 from noon till 4:00 PM! RSVP on Facebook!

Event:  Writer Marguerite Bennett will appear at Midtown Comics Downtown in New York City on Thursday, May 21st at 6:30 PM for a signing of A-Force #1! They will also have a Midtown Comics Exclusive variant of the book! RSVP on Facebook!

Interview: Cece Bell, the author of El Deafo, talks about growing up deaf, going to a hearing school, and transforming her experiences into a graphic novel.

Interview: Kenichiro Shino looks at the growing popularity of digital manga apps in Japan. 

Interview: Novelist Sharon Shinn has scripted a graphic novel, The Painted Warrior, to be illustrated by Molly Ostertag of Strong Female Protagonist.

Interview:  Palestinian political cartoonist Mohammad Saba’aneh, who has managed to run afoul of both the Palestinian and Israeli authorities, talks about the importance and universal qualities of political cartoons on a recent visit to the United States

Interview: Scott Snyder discusses THAT Twist in Endgame

News: Marvel Announces 7 New Comics

Reviews: Rob Huddleston on Amiculus: A Secret History.

Attendance at C2E2 was up by about 12 percent this year, which means the number has grown every year since the show first started in 2010. Nonetheless, Milton Greipp noticed a number of no-shows on the exhibit floor.

DC Comics To Introduce New Armor-Wearing Batman, No More Bruce Wayne

The former home of caricaturist Al Hirschfeld is on the market, with a price tag of $9.2 million, which includes a cool extra: an eight-foot-tall mural drawn by Hirschfeld that includes caricatures of Laurel and Hardy, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and other luminaries.

How the iPhone made digital comics click

Ms. Marvel and Thor lead a growing female movement on Free Comic Book Day

Responding to the removal of Maus from Moscow bookstores as the Russian government cracks down on Nazi symbols, Art Spiegelman said, "It’s a real shame because this is a book about memory. We don’t want cultures to erase memory."

Writer Gerry Conway talks about the 2009 changes at DC in the way that compensation has been given out for characters created has changed dramatically, and not in a way that favors the creators.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...