Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Comic Round-Up: September 2, 2015

Knight Riders by CreatureBox

"Knight Riders" by Dave Guertin & Greg Baldwin (CreatureBox)

Interview: Ben Hatke previews Little Robot, "a little book in a big world"

Interview:  A CBC show talks to G. Willow Wilson.

Interview: Departing Washington Post comics page editor Donna Peremes talks about what you will — and won’t — see on the funny pages.

Interview: Filmmaker Jack Baxter and artist Koren Shadmi talk about their new graphic novel Mike’s Place, the story of a Tel Aviv bar that was a place where people from all over could relax, mingle, and listen to music — until it was targeted by a suicide bomber.

Interview: Kelly Sue DeConnick on Expanded Role At Dragon Con

Interview: Liz Suburbia discusses her graphic novel Sacred Heart, a story about a town where all the adults have disappeared; it was originally serialized as a webcomic.

Interview: Michel Chikwanine was 5 years old when he was kidnapped by militants, taken away from his home village in the Congo, and forced to serve as a child soldier. Now he has written about his experiences in a graphic novel Child Soldier, which is due out this month from Kids Can Press.

News: Diane Nelson is taking over Warner Bros. Consumer Products

News: Disney cuts Kevin Feige and the films loose

News: "Mind MGMT" Editor Brendan Wright Leaves Dark Horse Comics to go Freelance

Reviews: Henry Chamberlain on Steve Jobs: Insanely Great.  Todd Klein on A Sailor's Story.

5 Incredible Hulk graphic novels you have to read

Celebrate 50 years of S.H.I.E.L.D. with 10 essential comics

Full Time Jobs vs. Comics - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movie, TV News

Graphic novels connect Orlando Museum of Art to a teen audience

Hollywood Reporter re-runs its first review of The Simpsons.

“It’s not ‘gay’ marriage” — why Wonder Woman and other comics tell strong political stories

Japanese fans recently voted on the most “traumatizing” manga they have ever read. Interestingly, the top five titles are all older manga.

Making Students "Uncomfortable" With Sexually Graphic Novels Is Not "Challenging" Them

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