Monday, January 4, 2016

Comic Round-Up: January 4, 2016

The Joker and Harley Quin by Thony Silas

"The Joker and Harley Quin" by Thony Silas

Best Comics of 2015: Bleeding Cool | CBR | (Part 2) | Goodreads | Mental Floss | Nerdist | Paul Gravett | Polygon | PW | UnWinnable | Vox | Vulture

Interview: Joss Whedon Confirms He's Done with Marvel Movies

Interview: Vice talks to Tokyopop CEO Stu Levy about his plans for the company’s return in a very different form from its original incarnation as a manga publisher.

News: 2015 SPACE Prize Finalists

News: Arrow actor Colton Haynes recently addressed the topic of his sexuality on Tumblr–not that it’s anyone else’s business to begin with, but he definitely responds appropriately.

News: Mark Millar has chosen the winners of his talent contest


The 40 Most Popular Cartoon Brew Posts of 2015 from Cartoon Brew

Bustle magazine offers 25 Graphic Novels Written By Women, A Guide For Beginners

Comics Alliance has many best of and picks Outstanding Cartoonist of 2015 and #1 is an easy pick but the other four are pretty fresh.

Comicosity has a Best of 2015: Graphic Novel and Best of 2015: Indie Comics that are both far from the usual selections.

DC’s Tim Beedle writes about how social media helped the publisher makes some of their decisions, such as the twitter campaign for the Poison Ivyt book, and keeping Omega Men going.

DC Comics blogs is running a Ten Moments that Mattered things that is actually quite cool and I wish more companies would do it, however the posts are not tagged so you’ll have to poke around for all of them.

Jeremy Thomas offers a list of Top 8 Hopes For 2016

Roger Langridge's year-in-review-2015

Vox and the Hollywood Reporter pick comics to look forward to in 2016, and both lists include the new series Faith from Valiant, which looks to have a strong creative team.

Zainab’s Comics&Cola: 2015 in comics: a reading guide

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