Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Comic Round-Up: December 29, 2015

Batman by Jim Lee

Interview: Andrew Yates talks to Peter Milligan.

Interview: Tobias Carroll talks to Greg Rucka.

News: Phillipsburg High School in Phillipsburg, Pennsylvania, now offers a Making Comics course developed by teacher Faith Roncorni — and she raised some of the money for it by holding a mini comic con at the school.

Reviews: Johanna Draper Carlson on Master Keaton Vol. 1. Joe Gordon on Hellboy And The BPRD: 1953. Alex Hoffman on Generous Bosom.  JA Micheline on It's Hard To Be A Girl.

93 Reasons to Love Stan Lee On His 93rd Birthday

Arnie Fenner’s tribute at Muddy Colors to artists and cartoonists who passed in 2015 is excellent.

The Best Ongoing Manga Series of 2015

Comicsbeat.com names its picks for the Best Comics of 2015.

Curious about Indian comics? Karan Bhasin has some suggestions for you.

Darryl Ayo looks at the practice of double-shipping (releasing issues more often than monthly) and explains why it’s bad for almost everyone.

First Look at Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange: The first official glimpse of Benedict Cumberbatch as Marvel hero Doctor Strange graces the new cover of Entertainment Weekly, and the biggest revelation is that he probably isn’t spending much time in the makeup chair.

From Star Wars to Secret Wars: What Comics Sold Best In 2015

Gregory Pratt writes about starting to read comics this year.

Jim Shelle thinks 2016 will be a tough year for American comics

The New York Times follows up George Gene Gustines’ article on the growing diversity of superheroes and superhero comics readers with an opinion piece by Malaysian writer Umapagan Ampikaipakan arguing against such diversity.

The Top Five Santa Clauses in Comics

You all should be reading Brian K. Vaughan's Paper Girls comic series now

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