Thursday, December 31, 2015

Comic Round-Up: December 31, 2015

Mr. Freeze by Tristan Jones

"Mr. Freeze" by Tristan Jones

Interview: Chag Lowry talks about his graphic novel Soldiers Unknown, a fictional tale about Native American soldiers in World War I. 

Interview: LeAnn Sukman, manager of Bedrock Comics in Missouri City, Texas, talks about the influx of women fans; she has been working for Bedrock for 20 years and started off reading Archie and Richie Rich comics as a kid, moving on to The Sandman and Strangers in Paradise.

Interview: Mike Colter Talks Jessica and Luke’s Relationship, Tells Us What to Expect from Luke Cage

Reviews: Cosmo on Saga #32. Joe Gordon on The Fade Out Vol. 1. Joe Gordon on Hellboy And The BPRD: 1953. Alex Hoffman on Generous Bosom. Alex Hoffman on A Year Without Mom.

5 Comic Creators to Watch For In 2016

Bleeding Cool’s 11 Best Graphic Novels of 2015

DC's Adult Coloring Book Variants Bring Out Our Inner Child

Here’s a First Look at the Punisher and Elektra From Daredevil Season Two

Keith Chow, editor of The Nerds of Color, responds to the New York Times opinion column that questioned the very concept of an Asian superhero, pointing out that there have actually been a number of successful Asian superheroes, several of whom debuted this year.

Kevin Feige Hints At The Importance Of Black Panther In Avengers: Infinity War Part One

The Nerdist picks The 10 Best Comics of 2015

The Pre-Flashpoint Superman Is Keeping The Iron Giant As A Prisoner

The top 20 ongoing sci-fi, fantasy and horror comics of 2015

What’s the best of the best of the year? ICv2 compiles a list of the graphic novels that made almost everyone’s lists this year.

Why Deadpool Might Even Appeal To People Who Don't Like Marvel Movies

Will 2016 be bleh, meh, or somewhere in between for comics sales?

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