Friday, June 26, 2015

Comic Round-Up: June 26, 2015

Batman on Gargoyle by Eric Basaldua

Event: A new comics-themed exhibit is opening Saturday at the Huntington Museum of Art in Huntington, West Virginia. The show will feature original art by Bob Kane, Ernie Chan and Neil Adams from the museum’s Michael Reynolds Collection of American Popular Culture.

Interview: The Hulk Gets Totally Awesome In New Series From Greg Pak and Frank Cho

Interview: Kevin Feige Explains Why Marvel Is Skipping Comic-Con  

Interview: Nathan Edmondson Prepares for Deathlok Explosive Finale

Interview: Writer Scott Snyder talks about his comic Wytches (the first collected edition is out this week), how artist Jock translated his ideas into visual form, and why he sees horror as a way to combat depression and anxiety.

News: Barnes & Noble, the largest book chain in the United States, has increased the amount of floor space devoted to graphic novels in its stores nationwide.

Reviews: James Bacon on Constantine: The Hellblazer #1.  Michael Buntag on Avatar The Last Airbender: Rift.  Laura Hudson on Mad Max: Fury Road -- Furiosa. Todd Klein on Astro City #22 and Positively Fourth Street.

The 7 Stages of Falling Out of Love With Your Fandom

Balak responds to Zainab Akhtar's review of the Last Man series. That's actually pretty rare to hear back from a creator like that.

Bob Temuka has love for fanzines.

The Killing Joke or The Dark Knight Returns - What is The BEST Batman Graphic Novel Of All Time?

J. Caleb Mozzocco notes that a lot of the character creation done for Kingdom Come has already been folded into the DC Universe.

Kid sidekicks are the heroes in DC Comics' We Are...Robin!

The Mad Max Furiosa comic, created entirely by men, is terrible about women

Paul Rudd's Ant-Man Transformation and 9 Other Things We Saw on the Superhero Set

Seven cartoonists discuss race, outrage, and black grief after Charleston

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