Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Comic Round-Up: September 16, 2015

Deadpool by Yvan Quinet

"Deadpool" by Yvan Quinet

Interview: Drew Goddard Talks Marvel Studios Relationship 

Interview: Rob Kirby interviewed Josh Simmons about BLACK RIVER

Interview: Warren Ellis talks about Dynamite Entertainment’s new James Bond series. 

Interview: What’s the secret to happiness in old age? Be an otaku says Lone Wolf and Cub creator Kazuo Koike, who’s nearing 80.

Interview: Zainab Akhtar talks to Zac Gorman.

News: Viz Media’s Shonen Jump magazine will run a two-chapter prequel to Bakuman, Takeshi Obata and Tsugumi Ohba’s tale of two young men trying to succeed as manga creators. The prequel tells the story of the two protagonists before they met.

Reviews: Johanna Draper Carlson on Lulu Anew.  Loren A. Lynch on Bitch Planet.  John Maher on Out On A Wire.  Paul Morton on Drawn And Quarterly.  J. Caleb Mozzocco on Legendary Star-Lord Volume Two: Rise Of The Black Vortex.  Rich Johnston on Young Terrorists #1.

Creator Steve Orlando picks his 10 essential queer comics.

Cynthia Clark Harvey would like to recommend these 10 graphic novels for your Fall reading.

DC has canceled a batch of poor-performing print comics. There's a narrative based on rumors run by various web sites that this fits into a "return to basics" strategy being promoted at DC as a repudiation of some recent narrative flourishes that are more modern than classic.

Gary Tyrrell finds out about new Perry Bible Fellowship cartoons from his RSS feed; I find out about them from Gary Tyrrell.

Phil Jupitus celebrates Calvin and Hobbes and Bill Watterson.

Stephen Colbert on the Charlie Hebdo murders.

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