Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Comic Round-Up: January 12, 2016

Deadpool by Dan Mora

"Deadpool" by Dan Mora

Interview: Drawn & Quarterly founder Chris Oliveros is profiled for his own long-in-the-works graphic novel The Envelope Manufacturer.

Interview: Former Marvel president and Spiderman creator Stan Lee reveals the extent of his failing eyesight

Interview: Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emmia Rios discuss their Image Comics supernatural Western Pretty Deadly.

News: Comics Industry Person of the Year for 2015: Noelle Stevenson

Reviews: Alec Berry on Batman: Dark Allegiances. Sean Gaffney on Mizuki's Hitler.

The BBC profiles Gene Luen Yang spotlighting his comics.

The Best Comics of 2015 from the Factual Opinion.

Comic Book Resources's Biggest News Stories of 2015

Daredevil's Irish Catholic Guilt Will Be His Superpower Against the Punisher

Diamond owner Steve Geppi rumbles with Mark Waid and Brain Hibbs on Facebook over economic disparities arising in our society.

Done to Death: Flickering Myth The Perpetual Resurrection of Comic Book Characters

Here’s Gene Luen Yang’s inaugural speech as National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature which he presented at the Library of Congress. And he’s made a graphic suggesting some comics to read.

How Comic Books Made David Bowie a Superhero for More Than One Day

ReedPOP Senior Vice President Lance Fensterman looks back at New York Comic Con 2015, which drew 167,000 people over four days.

Women in comics, women in fine art! Michael Dooley writes about a retrospective catalog of the work of Margaret Harrison, an artist whose work explored superhero and gender tropes.

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