Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Comic Round-Up: June 10, 2015

The Shadow and the Return of the Old One by Exedor3

Event: Jason Shawn Alexander will appear at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, CA to sign his new comic Empty Zone on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 from 7:00 – 8:00 PM!

Event: The Kids Read Comics convention is coming up in two weeks in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with a guest list that includes Raina Telgemeier, Faith Erin Hicks and Rafael Rosado.

Interview: Brian Fies discusses his latest work, The Last Mechanical Monster.

Interview: Michael Cavna interviews Anne Morse Hambrock, who’s running an IndieGoGo campaign to support the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning.

Interview: Michael Dooley Profiles Alex Maleev

Interview: Stephanie McMillan, creator of Capitalism Must Die! A Basic Introduction to Capitalism (What it is, why it sucks, how to crush it), talks about capitalism and crowdfunding.

Interview: Writer Geoff Johns talks about plans for the forthcoming Justice League storyline "Darkseid War."

Reviews: Libby Hill on Calvin And Hobbes. | Todd Klein on the Convergence: World's Finest series.

The 2015 CAKE was held last weekend at the The Center On Halsted in Chicago: Chicago Arts & Culture | Chicago Now | Drawn And Quarterly | Fantagraphics | Warren Peace

35 upcoming comic book TV shows, and when to expect them

48 upcoming comic book movies, and when to expect them

Eric Roesner talks about the on-the-ground realities of small-press publishing.

Frank Frazetta Luana Artwork

In DC adaptation news, Constantine has officially been released from Purgatory, and people are protesting Lucifer, because it’s a show about Lucifer. We have our own concerns about the show (WHY IS IT A POLICE PROCEDURAL?!?) but Neil Gaiman’s response to the protest is hilarious.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt wants to reassure you that Sandman will not be Morpheus punch-fest.

New York honors its superheroic origin stories with a museum exhibit!

A profile of Joan Cornelia's comics

Sean Kleefeld reflects on this past weekend’s CAKE and the larger picture of different conventions serving different audiences and the tendency for all of them to attract casual visitors as well as hard-core fans.

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