Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Comic Round-Up: May 11, 2016

Divided - Civil War Concept Art by Ryan Meinerding

"Divided" Civil War Concept Art by Ryan Meinerding
Prints available for purchase from Spirit of The Hero. US$200

Interview: Costume designer Judianna Makovsky discussed how they settled on Vision‘s normal clothes in Civil War.

Interview: John Patrick Green winds up his series of Children’s Book Week interviews with a chat with Raina Telgemeier.

Interview: Maris Wicks went from program director of the New England Aquarium to creator of graphic novels such as Human Body Theater and the recently released Science Comics: Coral Reefs: Cities of the Sea, in which she mixes science and storytelling.

Interview: Marjorie Liu Talks Monstress and the Importance of Reading

Interview: Matt Kindt talks to Jeff Lemire.

News: The Atlantic City Free Public Library of Atlantic City, New Jersey, and the Birchwood School Library of Columbia, South Carolina, are the winners of this year’s Will Eisner Graphic Novel Grants for Libraries.

News: Locke and Key is getting another shot at a TV show after a deals with Fox and Universal dwindled away.

News: Van Jensen named first ever Comic Book Ambassador of the United States

Reviews: Henry Chamberlain on Empress #2. Todd Klein on Survivors' Club #5.  Zeb Larson on The Punisher #1. J. Caleb Mozzocco on Fistful Of Blood.

Reviews: X-Men: Apocalypse is Everything Wrong With Comic Book Movies In One Convenient Place

Captain America: Civil War gets the old school video game treatment with this latest 8-bit trailer.

Cecil Castellucci offers How to Panel Like a Lit Champ!

Check out the new Minimates featuring new versions of The Avengers from Captain America: Civil War.

Crime comics, including most superhero titles, are illegal in Canada, thanks to a seldom-enforced 1940s-era law that’s still on the books. The law, which was enacted during one of the early waves of anti-comics hysteria, bans the publishing, sale or possession with intent to sell of any comic that depicts a crime. 

Gerard Way’s intro to the Young Animal quasi-Vertigo line he’s heading up for DC

How Captain America: Civil War Differs From the Comics

How did that Mark Fuhrman joke make it into the final cut of Captain America: Civil War?

How many people has Iron Man killed in the Marvel cinematic universe?

Very little seems to have changed in terms of illegal download sites and comics except maybe the context. There are options that in terms of serviceability and cost seem to have become an option for a type of consumer that wants those options and doesn't mind paying for them.

Why did Tony Stark choose to recruit Spider-Man for Civil War instead of Daredevil?

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