Thursday, October 8, 2015

Comic Round-Up: October 8, 2015

Wolvie vs Sabertooth by Mannix Francisco, Jeffrey Huet & Omi Remalante

"Wolvie vs Sabertooth" by Mannix Francisco, Jeffrey Huet & Omi Remalante

Event: The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo, MICE, is coming to Boston (well, Cambridge) on Oct. 17-18, with guest appearances by Gene Luen Yang and double Ignatz Award winner Sophie Goldstein.  

Interview: Co-writers Lauren Beukes and Dale Halvorsen talk about their new Vertigo comic Survivors’ Club.

Interview: Jeffrey Veregge, a member of the Port Gamble S’Klallam tribe, talks about working on Marvel’s Red Wolf, which features a Native American protagonist

Interview: Three comics editors of color — Robin Herrera and Charlie Chu of Oni Press, and Harvey Richards of DC — talk about their experiences in the industry and why it’s important to have people of color working behind the scenes.

Interview: Writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Erica Henderson talk Jughead.

News: Viz Media is launching a dedicated Naruto app that will offer a chapter of the series every day for free (each chapter will be free for seven days).

Reviews: Rob Kirby reviews Small Press Expo minicomics.  Paul O'Brien on Magneto Vol. 4.  Doug Zawisza on Doctor Strange #1.

Christian Hoffer looks at the direct market and its changing place in a growing market.

David Lloyd and Aces Weekly–the new frontier of comics

Doug Harvey visits “Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World of Jack Kirby

Infographic: Evolution Of The Flash Over The Last 75 Years

Ten years after the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, Jacob McHangama looks at the context in which they were produced and the aftermath of their release

Viz will serialize Platinum End, the new manga from the Death Note team of Takashi Obata and Tsugumi Ohba, in its Shonen Jump digital magazine at the same time the chapters are released in Japan.

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