Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Comic Round-Up: December 2, 2015

Catwoman Collab by Johannes Helgeson

Interview: Alex Dueben talks to Jessica Abel

Interview: Brenda Emmanus talks to Jamie Hewlett

Interview: Dylan Todd talks to Evan Dorkin

Interview: New York Times Magazine talks to Bob Mankoff

Interview: Özge Samanci on Art, Family, and a Love of Learning

Interview: Rose Marthis talks to Cole Closser.

Interview: Tim Young talks to Matt Seneca.

News: Eiichiro Oda’s pirate adventure One Piece was the bestselling manga in Japan in 2015

News: Manga writer Jinpachi Mori died last week of esophageal cancer.

News: There's going to be a Dragon Ball zine.

News: The results of the Goodreads Choice Awards, which are chosen by popular vote, have been announced.  The fourth volume of Saga, Nimona, and Attack on Titan all made the list.

News: The Society Of Illustrators has announced its annual Cartoon Art Competition.

Reviews: Cesar R. Bustamante, Jr. on Superman: American Alien #1.  Johanna Draper Carlson on Sunny Side Up and Modern Masters: Paolo Rivera. Justin Hickey on On The Origin Of Superheroes. Zeb Larson on Invisible Republic #7.  Matt Little on Red Wolf #1 and The Totally Awesome Hulk #1.  Brian Nicholson on the zines of Paper Rad.

5 graphic novels and comics with kickass female protagonists

Civil War won’t be like the comics, but that’s okay

Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn just shot down some major sequel rumors on Facebook, sparking a conversation about the relevance of posting unnecessary spoilers.

Jared Gardner writes about comics and medical issues, suggesting that comics offers narrative connections that might be very insightful into the process of healing.

Neel Mukherjee presents seven picks for the best graphic novels of the year.

Rob Salkowitz recommends 12 gifts for different types of comics fans.

Rob Salkowitz reports on the recent sale of Neal Adams’ original cover art for Green Lantern/Green Arrow #76 for US$442,150.

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