Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Comic Round-Up: June 9, 2015

Blade by Aaron Nakahara

Event: Artist Koren Shadmi appears at Floating World Comics in Portland, OR on Friday, June 12, 2015 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm to sign Mike’s Place. RSVP on Facebook!

Event: Kurt D. Springs, author of the Dreamscape Warriors series, will be at Pandemonium Books & Games in Cambridge, MA to sign copies of his new book Promise of Mercy on Thursday June 11th at 7:00 pm!

Interview: Dave Gibbons talks about Watchmen and The Secret Service.

Interview: In an appearance in the Ukraine, cartoonist Daryl Cagle admits that U.S. cartoonists don’t have a lot of handy symbols for that country’s people and politics.

Interview: Paul Allor talks Strange Nation

Interview: Team Comics Alternative talks to Peter Bagge.

News: Viz Media announced Friday it will publish a print edition of One-Punch Man, which managed to garner an Eisner nomination in its digital-only format.

Reviews: Rob Clough on Bunny Man. Lindsey Morris on Nonplayer #2. Paul Tumey and Tom Van Deusen explore Garden.

Benito Cereno pays tribute to Neal Adams.

Chris Sims pays tribute to Larry Hama.

John Freeman takes a look at the relative traffic rankings of different U.K. comics websites, both publisher sites and blogs. He also gives a brief description of each, making this a useful resource for those interested in the U.K. comics scene.

John Wenzel and Joanne Ostrow look at diversity in comics, starting with Denver Comic Con and its all-male “Women in Comics: Creators and Characters” panel but then opening out to a wider view of the other activities at the con and then to a broader look at diversity in other sectors of the entertainment industry.

Predators & Prophets: A Comic History of Pacific Northwest Cults

Scott Eric Kaufman follows Devin Pike, one of the organizers of Dallas Comic Con, throughout the three-day event and gets a good look at what goes on behind the scenes.

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