Thursday, February 18, 2016

Comic Round-Up: February 18, 2016


Interview:  Pat Bagley, political cartoonist for the Salt Lake Tribune, talked about his work and the way the field of political cartooning has changed as he accepted Utah State University’s Ted Pease Award for journalism.

Interview:  Robert Freynet discusses Louis Riel, Patriot, his graphic biography of Louis Riel, the founder of Manitoba.

Interview: Steve Hockensmith talks about The Wrong Wrights, the first of a series of graphic novels he’s co-authoring for the Smithsonian.

News: When the customers of Cape & Cowl Comics in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, heard the store was falling on tough times, they organized a “cash mob” to rescue it: They gathered in a nearby park and walked together to the store, where they each spent at least $10. “We created a lot of ruckus along the way,” said Jennifer Welcher, one of the organizers.

Are these the best superhero rivalries of all time? Are they missing any?

Brian Bolland laments over the flood of superhero movies

Chris Evans says Captain America: Civil War isn’t just another Avengers movie.

Daniel Clowes pens a heartfelt remembrance of the late publisher Alvin Buenaventura

Has Deadpool changed the X-Men universe forever? And are more comic book movie innovations on the way?

Jamie Coville has compiled a Best of the best-of-the-year list, going through 94 best-of lists and ranking graphic novels by how often they appeared on.

Jim Steranko is doing a year’s worth of Captain America variant covers and here’s one.

A new store, Comics Signal. is opening in Grand Rapids, MI!:

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