Friday, February 19, 2016

Comic Round-Up: February 19, 2016

Deadpool by Dan Panosian

"Deadpool" by Dan Panosian

Interview: Greg Cravens draws the syndicated comic The Buckets and his own webcomic Hubris, and because he’s also a busy commercial artist, his artwork is all over Memphis, in the form of everything from logos to murals.

Interview: Hayley Nitz may be only 16, but the Olathe, Kansas, teenager is already working on her first graphic novel, Chasing Hitler, a story about two servicemen who are sent to confirm Hitler’s death — only to discover he’s still alive.

Interview: Walter Yakaboski, whose copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 is expected to sell for up to $400,000 later this week, talks about the steps he went through to get the comic to auction.

News: Sparkplug Books, the small comics publisher founded by the late Dylan Williams, is closing its doors.

News: Stan Lee has announced his visit to Fan Expo Canada in September will mark his final appearance in that country.

Reviews: Henry Chamberlain on Fante Bukowski. Sean Gaffney on One Piece Vol. 77. John Kane on a bunch of different comics. Todd Klein on Resident Alien Vol. 3, Ragnarok: Last God Standing and The Autumnlands #8.

Comics scholar Hilary Chute, a visiting professor at Harvard, is the guest on a Radio Boston segment about comics that depict war.

David Harper looks at the question of variant covers from every angle, talking to readers and retailers about whether they are a gimmick or provide solid value for store owners and customers.

These Daredevil promo images showing more of The Punisher and Elektra may or may not be official.

Find out everything you need to know about Black Panther before Captain America: Civil War.

Here are 10 things you may not know about Batman‘s secret Batcave.

Kim Janssen profiles the Chicago zine and alt-comic store Quimby’s

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