Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Comic Round-Up: September 15, 2015

Doctor Strange by Sebastian Ciaffaglione

"Doctor Strange" by Sebastian Ciaffaglione

Interview: Declan Shalvey talks about his work on Injection, which is written by Warren Ellis and colored by Jordie Bellaire.

Interview: Kodansha Advanced Media on the Future of Manga

Interview: Marina Csomor profiles the great Randy Scott

Interview: Matt O'Keefe talks to Justin Jordan.

News: Noelle Stevenson’s fantasy comic Nimona has made the longlist for the National Book Awards in the Young People’s Literature category.

Reviews: Scott Cederlund on Fante Bukowski. Grant Goggans on Helium.  John Kane on a bunch of different comics. J. Caleb Mozzocco on a bunch of different comics

Artist Rudy Vasquez discusses the ethics of and issues around selling prints of other people’s characters or art at conventions. On the one hand, it’s easy and the demand is there; on the other hand, the seller often doesn’t own the rights to the content.

How many comic books starring the "Avengers" is too many?

In Marvel's Comics, the Inhumans Are About to Become the X-Men's Biggest Enemy

Jack Kirby Crash Course - The Watcher 2015

Mark Gallagher of U of Nottingham tell us why Why Superhero Movies Suck (Part 2).  Personally, I don’t think superhero movies must perforce suck, but they do tend to fall into familiar, predictable patterns that don’t allow for much that is truly original or surprising.

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