Friday, November 20, 2015

Comic Round-Up: November 20, 2015

Thanos by Blake Henriksen

"Thanos" by Blake Henriksen

Event: DC Comics-Inspired LEGO Art Exhibit Opens

Interview: Anne Ishii interviews Adrian Tomine in depth about his new collection of short graphic stories, Killing and Dying.

Interview: Hunger Games' Amandla Stenberg comes to Comics with "Niobe"

Interview: Kelly Sue DeConnick talks about Bitch Planet (“It’s a book very few people have middling feelings about, you know?”), Pretty Deadly and Captain Marvel.

Interview: Tillie Walden, creator of The End of Summer and I Love This Part, talks about her work and the emotional response it evokes.

News: A cartoon depicting Syrian refugees as rats caused a stir Wednesday on social media, with many people comparing it to Nazi propaganda.

News: Journalist and author Ta-Nehisi Coates, who’ll write Marvel’s new Black Panther series, has won the National Book Award for nonfiction for his acclaimed memoir Between the World and Me; he was awarded a prestigious MacArthur “genius grant” in September.

News: Nimona did not win a National Book Award... even though it should have.

Reviews: Michelle Dean profiles Spike Trotman. Marykate Jasper on The Mighty Thor #1.  Jim Johnson on Star Wars: Vader Down #1. Chris Mautner on Stroppy.  Alex Spencer on Silver Surfer #11.  Chris Ware on Killing And Dying.

2015's Coolest Star Wars Moment Has Nothing To Do With "The Force Awakens"

An article about Calvin And Hobbes on the occasion of its 30th birthday.

Bigfoot Comics and Collectibles will hold its grand opening this weekend in a converted church in Granite City, Illinois.

Cal State Fullerton newspaper pays a visit to the nearby Comic Book Hideout.

Every Thing You Need To Know About Speedy

How comic-book heroes took over TV: As Jessica Jones lands on Netflix, Helen O'Hara explains why superheroes seem to have found their home on the small screen

How much is Frank Miller contributing to this third Dark Knight series?

Michael Cavna on Exploring Calvin And Hobbes.

The Washington Post names its picks for Best graphic novels of 2015

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