Monday, April 28, 2014

Comic Round-Up: April 28, 2014

Interview: Ms. Marvel is selling well, and writer G. Willow Wilson thinks it’s because so many readers can identify with Kamala Khan: “Kamala, because of the way that we present her, is not just a character who would appeal to other Pakistani-Americans. [...] To me, Kamala’s appeal is really about the American experience in the 21st century. It’s not limited to one particular group. So many people are of mixed heritage, everyone is from somewhere else. And she is really a character from that generation.”

Interview:  Zack Whedon, Christos Gage on "Serenity," "Buffy" comics

News: Scott McCloud’s The Sculptor is coming in 2015

5 "X-Men: The Last Stand" Mistakes We Want "Days Of Future Past" To Fix

DC Looks to the Future and "Futures End" with its New 52 panel.

I've Got Issues: Why Comic Shops Are Vital and how print and digital are like a delicious PB&J.

Len Wein says Bruce Wayne isn’t psychotic — he’s neurotic.
Watchmen's long journey from page to screen: Alan Moore always said his graphic novel was unfilmable, and for a while, that almost looked true. Mark looks at attempts to adapt Watchmen.

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