Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Comic Round-Up: May 20, 2015

 Wolverine VS Deadpool Corps by KD Stanton

Event: Nate Simpson appears at Third Eye Comics in Annapolis, MD on Saturday, June 13th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm to sign NONPLAYER #2!  RSVP on Facebook!

Event: Writer Jeff McComsey signs at Comic Book Jones in Staten Island, NY on Saturday May 30th for the return of FUBAR!  RSVP on Facebook!

Interview: Five Questions with Chris Schweizer of the Crogan's Adventures series 

Interview: Gene Luen Yang flies high with Shadow Hero & Superman

Interview: Matt Slay talks about his double life as a comic artist by night.

Interview: Penelope Bagieu has a gift for creating "Exquisite" life

Interview: Small Press Spotlight on… Emma Raby

News: RIP Photographer, comics creator Seth Kushner 

Reviews: Scott Cederlund on Southern Bastards. Mark Dickson on Rat Queens Vol. 2. James Kaplan on Injection #1.  Wim Lockefeer on La Grosse Tete.  Andy Shaw on The Sculptor.  Shawn Starr on How It Happened.

10 Knock-Off Superheroes That Took on Amazing Lives of Their Own

10 Most Disappointing Superhero Movies

10 Things to Note in the First Trailer for Supergirl

14 Characters Who Possessed the Power of Thor

The Committee to Protect Journalists has issued a special report on the threats facing political cartoonists worldwide.

Could Asa Butterfield Be the Next Spider-Man?

DC unveils "DC You" marketing campaign

Ever Wonder What Happened To Warner Brother’s ‘Lobo’ Movie? and Den of Geek both explain why the film hasn't happened yet.

Going evil may be the key to getting women more screen time.

Jamie Coville has posted audio from several Toronto Comic Arts Festival panels.

Jay Lonski muses about the paradox of the popularity of celebrities in geek subculture and also describes one of the greatest pleasures of comic cons.

Susana Polo provides a guide to buying digital comics.

Tired of all the Twitter requests she gets from strangers to promote their books or Kickstarters, blogger Deb Aoki collects comments from others about why that’s bad — and how to do it right.

Tony Millionaire draws Yoda.

The Wall Street Journal has a brief profile of Chinese cartoonist Wang Liming, who’s living in Japan because he fears arrest if he returns to China, and is destitute because he has been cut off from Chinese social media.

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