"Ghost Rider" by Clint Langley
Event: The Superheroes in Gotham exhibit at the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library will be open through February 21, 2016.
Interview: The Daily Cartoonist interviews Rob Harrell of "Life of Zarf"
Interview: The FanBros crew talk to the always-excellent Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie about their work on Phonogram, The Wicked and the Divine, and Young Avengers.
Interview: Joe Bills, co-owner of Escape Hatch Comics in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, talks about his first two years as a comics retailer.
Interview: Robert Crumb talks to The Observer about misogyny, sex, fame, cartooning and getting older in a sprawling interview.
Interview: Santa Rosa cartoonist Paige Braddock of LGBT comic strip draws inspiration from Peanuts
News: Marvel announces new Punisher Series with Becky Cloonan And Steve Dillon
Reviews: Scott Cederlund on Bitch Planet. Geeks of Doom on The Dresden Files: Down Town. James Whitbrook on Justice League #45.
Danielle Hess profiles Dojo Studios in Mansfield, Ohio, a workshop where teenagers can learn to make and self-publish their own comics.
Librarian and livewire Robin Brenner went to NerdCon and reports on it for SLJ:
The local TV station discusses the importance of the Lakes Comic Arts Festival to the economy — and self-image — of its host city of Kendal, England.
The Marvel and DC Comics continuity is now so complicated that even longtime reader Bob Temuka, who had the whole thing nailed when he was 10 years old, can’t follow it any more — and he spells out the three reasons why it came to this.
Sean Kleefeld sketches the evolution of the Diamond Previews catalog, from the first (unnumbered) issue to the current phone-book size behemoth.
At Sktchd, David Harper looks at the idea of binge reading comics, something I used to do in my hammock back on the homestead in New Jersey growing up. He suggest Marvel Unlimited offers the most binging possibilities for now