Monday, August 10, 2015

Comic Round-Up: August 10, 2015

Storm by Tommy Lee Edwards

Storm by Tommy Lee Edwards

Interview: Eisner Winner Jorge Corona on GONERS

Interview: Tamil filmmaker J.S. Nandhini talks about the difficulties she encountered in making what may be the first digital graphic novel in Tamil, The Girl with a Red Nose Ring, and why she chose to make a comic rather than a movie.

News: BookScan’s Top 20 graphic novels sold in bookstores in July has a decidedly different makeup than usual, with the 1988 one-shot Batman: The Killing Joke topping the list.

News: ComicsAlliance calls for a boycott of—or at least a break from—Marvel Comics.

7 graphic novels to get lost in this fall

13 Horror Comics and Graphic Novels You Need to be Reading in 2015

Fantastic Four Movie: Marvel Universe Easter Eggs and Comic References Guide

A female protagonist from a kangaroo-like species where women are forbidden to read and write… tell us more, Threadworlds!

Matt Krantz explains the basics of buying comics as an investment — what to look for, how grading works, even how much of a commission the auction houses take.

Rob Salkowitz takes a birds-eye view of the recent conversations about diversity 

Roger Cohen writes about the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, which is now flush with cash thanks to popular support after the murders of 12 people during a staff meeting in January.

Spider-Man Fight Scene in CIVIL WAR Is Described as "Profoundly Dorky"

Ultimate X-Men to Young Wolverine: 5 ways Fox could make a good Marvel TV series

What the failure to cover Attack on Titan says about the comics industry.

Why Fantastic Four is bad for comics fans

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