Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Comic Round-Up: April 20, 2016

Interview: Chester Brown talksabout Mary Wept Over the Feet of Jesus and how it relates to his previous book, Paying For It.

Interview: Daniel Clowes discusses his new graphic novel Patience.

Interview: Philadelphia playwright and director Dave Ebersole talks about his supernatural/noir comic Dash, which centers on a gay man living in 1940s Los Angeles.

Reviews: Steve Foxe on Saints. Sean Gaffney on Shoulder-A-Coffin Kuro Vol. 5. Grant Goggans on Goldtiger. Joe Gordon on Black Panther #1. Alex Hoffman on Frontier #11. Brian McNamara on Poe Dameron #1. Charlotte Reber on Nimona. Emma Stef (or Stef Emma) on Tu n'as rien a craindre de moi.

6 Marvel Villains for Michael Keaton in Spider-Man: Homecoming

Batman: The Killing Joke becomes the first-ever R-rated DC animated movie

Here are 10 things you need to know about the Infinity Gauntlet before The Avengers: Infinity War.

Historian Paul Heller takes a local-history slant on the comic-book scare of the 1950s, looking at how it played out in Vermont.

Hollywood’s superheroes still equate power with whiteness | Movie News | SBS Movies

In Pakistan, Imran Azhar is creating comics with a social justice spin to combat the extremism he believes is fostering violence. He has created Team Muhafiz, a multicultural team of superheroes who fight evil, and each comic takes on a specific issue, from deforestation to acid attacks.

Leah Ly writes about finding meaning and purpose within comics culture and its attendant communities.
The Man Behind The Death of Superman Lives says Dethklok Is Immortal

The original cut of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was actually four hours long.

Tom Hiddleston is hoping that Loki gets to meet Doctor Strange in the Marvel cinematic universe.

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