Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Comic Round-Up: October 21, 2015

Batman Noir by Dave Seguin

"Batman Noir" by Dave Seguin

Interview: Alex Randolph profiles Paige Braddock, who oversees the Peanuts comics as the creative director of Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates.

Interview: Brian K. Vaughan credits his collaborators when the interview refers to him as “one of the most visionary artists in comics”

Interview: Gene Luen Yang talks about his Multicultural Life
Interview: Sean Lewis and Ben Mackey discuss their new Image Comics series Saints, whose premise Mackey describes as “What if the patron saints of the Catholic Church had super powers based on how they were martyred?”

Interview: Writer G. Willow Wilson speaks poignantly about Ms. Marvel

Interview:  Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie talk about their Phonogram, The Wicked and the Divine, and Young Avengers.

Interview: Zippy creator Bill Griffith discusses his new graphic memoir, Invisible Ink: My Mother’s Love Affair with a Famous Cartoonist.

News: William Shatner now has his own comic-book imprint

Previews: Avengers #1

Reviews: Rob Clough on The Zoo Box and Pablo & Jane And The Hot Air Contraption. Benjamin Tilton on Injection.

The 13 People You See At Every Comic Book Store

Deb Aoki rounds up all the manga news from New York Comic Con.

Rob Clough offers this epic round up of 20 indie anthologies

Vox takes a lengthy look at the effects of DC Comics’ efforts to diversify, in terms of characters, titles and creators.  Co-Publisher Lee suggests the company is standing behind the initiative.

WWAC explains how comics and manga are alike with an adorable cat comic

Warners has updated their iconic water tower with an image of Supergirl. 

William Robinson on Comic Books And Mental Illness

With Viz licensing both Kuroko’s Basketball and the volleyball manga Haikyuu!!, Vernieda Vergara suggests five sports manga that are available now and worth a look.

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