Monday, June 8, 2015

Comic Round-Up: June 8, 2015

Iron Age by Luke Harrington

Prints available for purchase from Hero Complex Gallery.

Event: Sophie Goldstein appears at Bergen Street Comics in Brooklyn, NY on Friday, June 26, 2015 at 7:30 PM to celebrate the release of her graphic novel The Oven! RSVP on Facebook!

Event: Writer Greg Rucka (Lazarus) and artist Justin Greenwood (The Fuse) appear at Mission: Comics & Art in San Francisco, CA on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM to sign STUMPTOWN!  RSVP on Facebook!

Interview: Jordan West offers some advice for parents who are looking for age-appropriate comics for their children.

Interview: Michael Dooley looks at Marvel’s Daredevil through the years 

Interview: Rachel Stevens interviews Transformers colorist Josh Perez

Interview: Richard Sala talks about the allure of comics, his creative process.

Interview: Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso talk about the Marvel soft reboot

News: Cartoonist Atena Farghadani sentenced to 12 years, nine months in jail for a picture of lawmakers with animal heads.

News: The San Diego Comic Art Gallery, founded by IDW Publishing, opens this week at NTC Liberty Station. The first exhibit features the work of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman.

Reviews: Henry Chamberlain on Harrow County #1. Sean Gaffney on Dorohedoro Vol. 15.  Paul Mirek on Broken World #1.  Jade Sarson on Cafe Suada Vol. 5. Oliver Sava on D4VE2.

The 27 Best Batman Artists.

Bob Temuka looks at the Fantastic Four of his youth: the Big Little Book version.

Genre fans are freaking out about a change in Star Wars canon that's coming out of a Marvel comic. We don't know if it will stick, but it's interesting if true.

Mike Sterling talks variant cover orders. If you ever think that retailers have an easy job, talk to one for five minutes about ordering and make sure you get into the variants thing -- baseline ordering is difficult enough, but you throw in the various cover offers and it gets ridiculously difficult.

Remember that story where Spider-Man lures Juggernaut into wet cement in order to stop him? You're remembering it wrong.

Robert Kirkman securing a favorable TV development deal is important because he and Mark Millar and Matt Fraction/Kelly Sue DeConnick are a powerful model for creative careers that start with comics.

Sean Kleefeld wonders after the general absence of strip-based cartoons.

The Washington Post on the current state of plagiarism in editorial cartooning.

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