Thursday, December 10, 2015

Comic Round-Up: December 10, 2015

Jessica Jones by Doaly

"Jessica Jones" by Doaly

Event: Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder Bring BATMAN Into Bloom

Interview:  E.P. Unny, the lead political cartoonist for the New Indian Express, talks about cartooning in a time when politics is not only more polarized but also more tied to religious faith.

Interview: Iain McCaig, the guy who gave Groot his bark and Darth Maul his bite, talks making art in the shadow of blockbusters.

Interview: Kabuki creator David Mack talked about one of his strategies for developing stories: Whenever he gets a new idea, he puts it in a folder.

Interview: Jonathan Hickman Sets the Stage for "Secret Wars'" Finale

Interview: Kyle Higgins talks about his new Power Rangers comic, Green Ranger

Reviews: Zainab Akhtar on Alone 4: The Red Cairns.  Johanna Draper Carlson on Ooku: The Inner Chambers Vol. 11.  Sean Gaffney on The Disappearance Of Nagato Yuki-Chan Vol. 8.  Todd Klein on Green Lantern: Lost Army #5 and Superman #44.  Batman #47 Dec 9th, 2015 - by Greg McElhatton on Batman #47. Rob McMonigal on Dark Corridor. Katie Schenkel on Gwenpool Special.

6 Graphic Novels By Women You Need To Read

Batman's 10 Oddest Comic Book Team-Ups of All Time

CBR's Albert Ching says I Don't Want an Asian-American Iron Fist

Grand Rapids, Michigan, will get a new comic shop in February, when The Comic Signal opens its doors. Owner Don Myers will use part of his own collection of 29,000 comics as store stock.

How Batman evolves along with America’s fears

The Louvre is bringing an exhibit of Japanese, French and Belgian comic art to Tokyo. The exhibit will feature works by Hirohiko Araki, Jiro Taniguchi, Nicolas de Crecy and Enki Bilal, all of whom have created graphic novels about The Louvre as part of a series commissioned by the museum.

Paste names its choices for The Best Comic Books of 2015

Students share their feelings about their medical training in the Comics in Medicine class at the Penn State College of Medicine; some are so stressed out, they depict their supervisors as demons.

That One Time Lobo Killed Santa Claus

Top 10 uncanny graphic novels: From Neil Gaiman’s evil Mr Punch to Hannah Berry’s characters in eerie peril on a night train, these graphic novels are full of muted horror and seasonal unease.

Wonder Woman Script: The complete script reading of Whedon's lost Wonder Woman script is online!

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