Thursday, June 25, 2015

Comic Round-Up: June 25, 2015

Batman by Chris Bourassa

"Batman" by Chris Bourassa

Event: Steve Orlando is the writer for the current series of MIDNIGHTER from DC Comics and the sci-fi graphic novel UNDERTOW from Image Comics. He will appear at Escapist Comics in Berkeley, CA on Saturday, July 4th at 1:00 PM to sign comics. RSVP on Facebook!

Event: Writer Robert Venditti will appear at Barnes & Noble in Newnan, GA to sign Miles Taylor and the Golden Cape: Attack of the Alien Horde on Saturday July 25, 2015 at 2:00 PM!

Interview: Babs Tarr, Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher talk about reinventing Batgirl — and what comes next.

Interview: Lee Bermejo discusses his new series about the teenagers of Gotham, We Are Robin.

Interview: Mad Max Screenwriter Nico Lathouris talks "Furiosa's" Journey to Comics

Interview: Sonny Liew discusses his work on DC Comics’ new Doctor Fate series, and the recent controversy in his native Singapore sparked by his new graphic novel The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye.

Interview: Veteran Korean comics artist Jang Tai-san discusses the challenges of learning digital techniques after years of making comics the old-fashioned way.

News: The Eisner Awards announced the details of its 2015 awards ceremony and its major sponsors for this year's honors on July 10th in conjunction with Comic-Con International weekend.

Reviews: Akin Ayaji on Harvey Kurtzman. Henry Chamberlain on Mike's Place. Rob Clough on some different comics. Sean Gaffney on Wandering Son Vol. 8. Todd Klein on Hark! A Vagrant. Jeff Lester on Demon. Brian Nicholson on Blubber #1. Nick Smith on In Search Of Lost Time: Swann's Way.  

51 upcoming comic book movies, and when to expect them

Alan Gardner updates the case of the purloined political cartoons in the Montgomery County (Maryland) Sentinel, where city councilman Tom Moore pointed out a few weeks ago that several of the newspaper’s cartoons were blatantly copied from other people’s work.

Hard to believe that Todd McFarlane's run on the Spider-Man character was a quarter-century ago.

How Ant-Man Will Affect Marvel's Movies For Years To Come

Is that the Doctor in a Buffy comic?

Leela Jacinto writes about the timeliness of Riad Sattouf's The Arab Of The Future.

Vernieda Vergara examines the way Attack on Titan reflects Japanese politics and history as well as the current sense of social anxiety experienced by young people of creator Hajime Isayama’s generation.

We’re just going to go scream into the sands, because apparently the Furiosa comic undoes everything good from Fury Road.

Why It Sucks to Be Ant-Man: The Forgotten Avenger ...

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