Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Comic Round-Up: November 11, 2015

Death by Mike Dringenberg

"Death" by Mike Dringenberg

Event: Wilkes-Barre cartoonist Bob Heim will hold Cartoonathon

Interview: CM Punk Explains How He Ended Up Writing Drax Comic

Interview: David Michelinie talks about his work, including the Iron Man story “Demon in a Bottle” and the Avengers story “Emperor Doom.”

Interview: Dominic Umile talks to Edie Fake and Keiler Roberts about architecture within their comics work.

Interview: Eric Dean Seaton talks about the significance of diversity in his graphic novel trilogy Legend of the Mantamaji

Interview: Greg Hunter talks to Sammy Harkham.

Interview: Jason Aaron Says His Wicked New Series "The Goddamned" is "Not Going to Be For Everybody"

Interview: Putting the “comic” in “comic book,” comedy writers talk about their forays into writing ink-and-paper comics.

Interview: Tatiana Gill of the webcomic Living in the Now talks about her autobiographical comics, which chronicle her experiences with alcoholism

News: The Fourth Doctor Is Finally Getting His Own Solo Comic Series

News: In a Facebook announcement, cartoonist, musician, artist and publisher Zak Sally announced he's begun work on a book-length comics biography of the late author Philip K. Dick.

News: Kazu Kibuishi’s Amulet Headed to The Big Screen

Previews: Jughead and Archie Comics Annual #17. Scarlet Witch #1. Superman: American Alien #1.

Reviews: Anthony Angiolillo on Batman Beyond #1-5. Michael Buntag on Age Of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians. Trent Hunsaker on Goddamned #1. Patrick Dane on James Bond Volume 1 #1. Tom Murphy on Black Magick #1. Dominic Umile on The Boat. Alex Spencer on The Vision #1.

Doc Brown Didn’t Burn Down His House For The Insurance In Back To The Future

Is Marvel Destroying the Comic Book Industry?

Pipeline: Revisiting J. Scott Campbell's Early Years

Watch Second Full Trailer for Marvel's Jessica Jones Series

We Got this Covered tries Ranking The Different Batmans

Why Superhero Fatigue Shouldn't Affect The DC Cinematic Universe... you know, when they finally get around to releasing some movies.

Will Eisner and the Secret History of Graphic Novels

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