"Thanos vs. Asteroids" by Andrea Scoppetta
Interview: Babs Tarr, Michael Cho, Joelle Jones and other creators address how they deal with negative reviews in a short video made at Boston Comic Con.
Interview: Grayson co-writer Tom King talks about his previous life as a counter terrorism officer with the CIA and his decision to leave the field and become a write.
Interview: Jessica Zack talks to Phoebe Gloeckner
Interview: Neon Pajamas talks to Jon Vermilyea.
Interview: ODY-C artist Christian Ward explains how he went full digital.
Interview: Stan Lee waxes philosophical at Boston Comic Con
News: OneBookShelf, which operates the digital-comics website DriveThruComics and several other retail sites, has suffered a data breach.
News: Superman punches a police officer in the most recent issue of Action Comics, and that doesn’t sit well with Patrick Colligan, president of the New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association, who offers this critique: "Comic books are taking on social issues lately and maybe they should get back to taking on superheroes and making people laugh."
Reviews: Sean Gaffney on Maid-sama! Vols. 1-2. Chris Mautner on Stroppy. Quincy Rhoads on Dörfler.
Comics FTW in Santa Rosa, California, is a self-described “nerd haven” that welcomes customers with a variety of different activities, including trivia nights, book clubs, and gaming nights.
Every Easter Egg and Reference in FANTASTIC FOUR
The exhibit of work by New Yorker cartoonist Charles Addams at the Zarrow Center for Art and Education in Tulsa, Oklahoma, features not only a selection of famous and lesser-known works by the master of macabre cartoons but also 70 pen-and-ink drawings by students from a local school that were inspired by Addams cartoons.
Heidi MacDonald has a quick rundown of fall releases to look forward to.
Here's why you won't be seeing Superman in Supergirl...
Marvel's Next Gamble After Ant-Man
R. Orion Martin looks at some Chinese webcomics.
The Real Reason Kraven the Hunter Could Be Spider-Man's Next Villain
Three Ways Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s Fantastic Four Laid the Blueprint for Our Superhero-Centric World