"The Appointment" by Charlie Layton
Interview: Alex Wood talks to Robert Crumb.
Interview: The first woman to write a Judge Dredd comic, Emma Beeby, talks about her experiences reading the comic and then writing for it.
Interview: For French Artist Joann Sfar, #parisisaboutlife
Interview: Jamal Igle has worked on a number of Big Two properties, including Supergirl and Firestorm, but going forward the only comics and prints he’ll be bringing to conventions will feature the character he created, Molly Danger.
Interview: Matt Seneca on sports, hate, and religion
Interview: Mitch Gerads talks about his career in comics and his new Vertigo title, The Sheriff of Babylon.
Interview: Seven Questions With Cole Closser
News: Kodansha Comics will offer its manga, including Attack on Titan and Fairy Tail, via the digital library service OverDrive.
Reviews: Michael Buntag on The Mighty Thor #1. Johanna Draper Carlson on Sunny Side Up. Rob Clough on 30 Miles Of Crazy! Sean Gaffney on Idol Dreams Vol. 1. Joe Gordon on Killing And Dying. Justin Hickey on On The Origin Of Superheroes. John Kane on a bunch of different comics. Rob McMonigal on Dark Corridor.
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A Canadian animation empire began with two entrepreneurs buying up a collection of the World War II-era comic Nelvana of the Northern Lights and making a documentary about it; they later formed a film company, Nelvana, which went on to make some of the Star Wars cartoons.
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Read the Superhero Registration Act from Captain America: Civil War
Supergirl Reminds Us Why Female Entrepreneurs and Superheroes Can’t Get Angry
Ta-Nehisi Coates Reveals The Early Concept Art of His Black Panther Comic
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