Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Comic Round-Up: September 22, 2015

Jean Grey by Jasric

"Jean" by Jasric

Event: The Locust Moon Comics Festival, Philadelphia’s premiere celebration of comics, illustration, and the graphic arts, returns to the historic Rotunda, just off UPenn’s campus, on Saturday October 31st from 11:00 AM till 6:00 PM. RSVP on Facebook!

Interview: Barbara Pokryszka, who emigrated from Poland to England and found work as a chambermaid, has created a graphic novel, Tale of Two Cities, illustrating the poor working conditions of workers in luxury hotels.

Interview: Co-founders Dan Farr and Bryan Brandenburg talk about the origins of Salt Lake Comic Con, beginning with how they managed to book William Shatner and Stan Lee for the first convention.

Interview: David Kieve talks about his comic My First Startup, which aims to teach children entrepreneurship, and the Kickstarter campaign to fund it.

Interview: Tash Green and Christine Chien, the owners of Secret Identity Comics in Brisbane, Australia, talk about creating a comic shop that is welcoming to everyone

News: Cartoonist Jan Eliot has announced that, after 20 years, she will no longer create daily strips for Stone SoupShe will continue the Sunday edition.

News: Titan announces SNOWPIERCER 3: TERMINUS

Previews: Prison Island

Reviews: Matt Brady on Assassination Classroom.

The 30 best comic book writers for September 2015

36 More Totally Awesome Hulks, as chosen by Comic Book Resources

How Batman Could Beat The Avengers According To Max Landis

In Defense of Daredevil (2003)

Infographic: The Weirdest Alternate Versions of Spider-Man

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