"Colossus Vs. Deadpool" by Yvan Quinet
Interview: Al Jaffee talks about the use of Yiddish in MAD Magazine
Interview: Berkeley Breathed shares four letters sent to him by the late author Harper Lee, who was a fan of Bloom County and of Opus in particular.
Interview: Kwanza Osajyefo, who ran DC Comics’ Zuda webcomics imprint and is spearheading a Kickstarter to fund the graphic novel Black, recounts how the hour he spent with Dwayne McDuffie at age 17 changed his life.
Interview: RJ Casey interviews Nick Drnaso about his first graphic novel, Beverly
News: Martin Freeman’s Role in CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Revealed
News: Ms. Marvel, by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona, won the second annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics, presented over the weekend at Long Beach Expo in Long Beach, California.
Reviews: Sean Gaffney on Fate/Zero Vol. 1.
10 Reasons Why Deadpool Isn’t Like Any Other Superhero Movie
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Will Have 'Controversial' Ending
The Cover Of Saga #34 Belongs In An Art Gallery
First Synopsis For Marvel’s Most Wanted Revealed
How X-Men: Apocalypse Will Change X-Men Movie Canon
If You Loved The Deadpool Movie, Read These Comics Next
Mark Siegel, editorial director of First Second books, looks back at 10 years in the business, and reflects on the way the conversation around graphic novels has changed.
MOCKINGBIRD's TV Spin-Off Gets Official Synopsis
Stan Lee Has One Complaint About His "Deadpool" Cameo
Ten Questions About DC Comics' "Rebirth" We're Dying To Have Answered
There Are Too Many Damn Comic Books: "There are too many goddamn comics to read these days. Not to get all Andy Rooney about the funny-book industry, but it’s absolutely overwhelming how much one has to consume in order to stay on top of the various comics narratives in the marketplace."
A Time To End The Pirate Print Sales At Comic Cons?
Vanessa Hudgens will Headline NBC’s New DC Comics Sitcom Powerless: Hudgens will play Emily Locke, an insurance claims adjuster, working for “the worst insurance company in the DC Universe” which covers victims caught in the crossfire of super hero/villain battles. This workplace comedy has been compared to The Office but set within the DC Universe.
Why Is Stan Lee’s Legacy in Question?