Monday, November 2, 2015

Comic Round-Up: November 2, 2015

Day of the Dead Pool by OneBluebird

"Day of the Dead Pool" by OneBluebird from Shirtoid

Interview: A Life in Comix An Interview with Dean Haspiel

Interview:  Mark Landry drew his inspiration for his comic Bloodthirsty from the devastation of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina and the devastation of American politics by corporate money.

Interview: Mita Mahato talks about the themes and techniques of her newspaper collage comics, especially those that emerged from the death of her mother.

Interview: Scott Gimple to Walking Dead fans: All your questions will be answered

News: A woman in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the return of her brother’s collection of 280 vintage comics, including issues of Detective Comics, Batman, The Avengers and Captain America. Gail Munroe believes they were taken last month from her driveway as she was unloading her car; she briefly left the suitcase they were in unattended, but didn’t realize until days later that it was missing. She’s released a full list of the titles.

Previews: Entertainment Weekly has an entire story from the horror anthology Vertoscope, a collection of black-and-white short stories that focus on the theme of “antagonist as protagonist.” Check out the KickStarter.

Reviews: Primary Ignition on Lois and Clark #1.

5 Reasons to Order the Top Cow Humble Bundle

12 Facts You May Not Have Known About Deaths In Comics

ComiqueCon event puts spotlight on women in comics

Kill Your TV is a book club with a twist they document each meeting in comic form.

Madefire’s app for Apple TV lets you read motion comics on the big screen.

The Most Important Captain America: Civil War Character You Haven't Heard About Yet

Nick Vivarelli reports in from the Lucca (Italy) Comics and Games Festival, which with 254,000 attendees is the second-largest comic con in the world.

Preacher TV Series Trailer Arrives

Trick or Treat: Five Frighteningly Overlooked Comic Book Horror Series

Walking Dead Season 6 Theories: What Does Glenn’s Fate Mean?

What Does Constantine’s Character Moving to The CW Mean for DC’s TV Future?

Wife asks for Divorce because Hubby reads Comic Books.

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