Thursday, March 17, 2016

Comic Round-Up: March 17, 2016

Merc With a Mouth by Rich Pellegrino

"Merc With a Mouth" by Rich Pellegrino
Prints available for purchase from BigCartel.

Interview: Ben Affleck talks about his "broke, war-torn" Dark Knight from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Interview: Daredevil Won't Play Well With 'The Defenders,' Says Charlie Cox

Interview: Elodie Yung talks about getting into "killing mode" as Elektra for the second season of Daredevil.

Interview: Keiko Takemiya, creator of Kaze to Kino Uta (The Song of Wind and Trees), one of the first manga to frankly (if not explicitly) depict sex, talks about the floodgate she opened in an article that then pivots over to the loaded question of whether drawings of children in sexual situations should be banned as child pornography.

Interview:  “Sometimes I get lucky,” Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau said of his March 6 strip, which satirized the Wounded Warrior Project at the exact moment the charity was in the news for firing two top executives. But not always: His March 27 strip, drawn weeks in advance, guessed wrong about whether Sen. Marco Rubio would still be a contender for president.

Interview: Thor screenwriter Zach Stentz is scripting the Kevin Smith directed episode of The Flash.

News: 2016 Harvey Award Nominations are open

News: Political cartoonist Ted Rall has sued the Los Angeles Times, claiming the newspaper defamed him and unfairly fired him from his position as a freelance cartoonist.

Previews: International Iron Man #2. Klaus #4. Superman: American Alien #5.

Reviews: Michael Buntag on If You Steal. Sean Gaffney on The Boy And The Beast and Demonizer Zilch Vol. 1. Alex Hoffman on Dealing With Winter. J. Caleb Mozzocco on various comic books.  Brian Nicholson on Generous Bosom #2.

Commentary: Sarah Connor and the Importance of Suffering

Director Says Jared Leto's Joker is So "Incredible," the Crew "Stops Working"

Faces of the Assassin: The Best Elektra Fan Art Ever

Graeme McMillan looks at the history of Wonder Woman’s secret identity, Diana Prince, who has been through many changes over the years — sometimes even disappearing entirely.

Here’s what it’s like to take over writing Superman comic books for a month

His Inking: Advantageous! A Birthday Tribute to Todd McFarlane

Infographic Breaks Down Deadpool's Most Important Factoids

New Online Manga Sees Hello Kitty Fighting Monsters With Her Giant Robot

Yep, Jay and Silent Bob Might Cameo in Kevin Smith's 'Flash' Episode

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