Monday, January 18, 2016

Comic Round-Up: January 18, 2016

Deadpool by wyv1

"Deadpool" by Switzerland-based Yvan Quinet (wyv1)

Interview: Angelo Boccato interviews Arab cartoonists around the world

Interview: D&Q publisher Chris Oliveros on The Envelope Manufacturer

Interview: Daredevil Jon Bernthal interview: 'Went to a dark place' for Punisher

Interview: Inkstuds interviews Michael DeForge of Lose 7

News: CNN offers coverage of the fresh outrage ignited by Charlie Hebdo magazine, which published a cartoon from acting editor Laurent Sourisseau ("Riss") portraying the dead Syrian refugee child Alan Kurdi as a participant in the mass groping in Cologne.

News: The editor of the French comics magazine Fluide Glacial has announced a new award honoring courage in cartooning.

News: Marvel Confirms The Fantastic Four Won't Have A Comic Series For The Near Future

News: Two creators claim the works they submitted for an exhibit commemorating the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack were censored by organizers.

Reviews: Forbes reviews the Lucifer TV show

Reviews: Saeyong Kim on Dance In The Vampire Bund Omnibus One: Vols. 1-3. Todd Klein on Green Lantern: The Lost Army #6 and Unfollow #2. Sean Gaffney on Yowamushi Pedal Vol. 1, Sword Art On-Line Volume Six: Phantom Bullet and Sunshine Sketch Vol. 8. Henry Chamberlain on The Arab Of The Future. Tobias Carroll on Dragon Age: Magekiller. Shawn Starr on Time Capsules.

22 Marvel Characters Ready For The Big Screen

ComicFlix will quickly and cheaply convert a video to comics panels

The Image documentary Image Revolution directed by Patrick Meany is now available to rent or buy on Amazon.

The Walking Dead has reached issue #150, all but six with the same creative team, which, notes is a distinguished achievement

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