Thursday, May 5, 2016

Comic Round-Up: May 5, 2016

Captain America: Civil War Poster by Rich Davies of the Poster Posse

Interview: Anthony & Joe Russo talk about their directing techniques on Civil War.

Interview: Arizona State University student Marieke Davis, who calls herself a “visually impaired visual artist,” is working on a graphic novel that is accessible to the visually impaired.

Interview: Director Bryan Singer talks about how Apocalypse is like the antichrist to Charles Xavier‘s Christ-like character.

Interview: Paul Kirchner discusses his “psychedelic noir” graphic novel Murder by Remote Control, co-created with the mystery writer Janwillem van de Wetering, which was published in 1986 and has recently been re-issued by Dover.

News: Cece Bell’s El Deafo has won the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award, only the second novel to attain that honor (the first was Raina Telgemeier’s Smile).

News: Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan presented the Malaysian cartoonist Zunar with the 2016 Cartooning for Peace Award in Geneva yesterday.

5 Times Captain America Was Your Favorite Avenger

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Spider-Man’s Web

61 upcoming comic book movies, and when to expect them

The 100 most essential comics stories of all time

Collider sorted the characters of Captain America: Civil War into Hogwarts houses. Do you agree with their choices?

Here are 12 things you might not have known about Spider-Man‘s useful webbing.

Joe Gross suggests that the rise of the mega-profitable superhero film has led to an increasingly stuffy mainstream comics scene.

Tim Miller details the special features and deleted scenes of the Deadpool Blu-Ray and DVD release.

What does Ragnarok mean? Find out 11 things about the term and what it could mean for the Thor franchise.

Why We Shouldn’t Complain (Too Much) About Changes In Comic Book Movies

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