Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Comic Round-Up: March 1, 2016

Deadpool by Gao ZhiPing

"Deadpool" by ShenZhen, China-based Gao ZhiPing

Interview: Atwell Opens Up About Love, Death & Whitney Frost in "Agent Carter's" Season Finale

Interview: Artist Marcos Martin, co-creator of The Private Eye and Barrier, is the guest on the latest Off Panel podcast.

Interview: Deadpool Director Clarifies There Was No S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier

News: Deadpool has officially passed $600 million at the worldwide box office.

News: Michael J. Sullivan Signs Deal With Dabel Brothers To Bring Riyria To Comics

Previews: Hyperion #1

Reviews: Zainab Akhtar on See You Next Tuesday. Johanna Draper Carlson on Kiss Him! Not Me! Vol. 3.  John Kane on a bunch of different comics. Todd Klein on Walt Kelly's Fairy Tales. Paul O'Brien on Extraordinary X-Men #6-7.

5 Super Political Comic Books for Super Tuesday

11 things to know about the Batmobile that you may not have known.

Anthony & Joe Russo say Civil War is more aggressive in tone than The Winter Soldier.

The Art of the Title examines the opening credits sequence for Jessica Jones very closely.

Concept artist Joshua James Shaw shared some early concept art for Deadpool‘s Negasonic Teenage Warhead.

Did you catch all these cool Easter eggs from the last episode of Supergirl?

The folks at ComicPrintingUK, a printer that specializes in comics, has advice for self-publishers.

Marvel wants you to “Vote Loki!” because this election just doens’t have enough mischief already

RC Harvey takes a look at the economics of comic strips versus comic books — until recently, the former was where the money was — and how that, as well as reader demographics, affected both formats.

Some new Captain America: Civil War promo art surfaced from a 16-month mini calendar.

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