Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Comic Round-Up: December 24, 2014

Christmas with the Joker by Thomas Boatwright

The holidays can really be murder.

Interview: Inkstuds interview Tom Spurgeon of The Comics Reporter.

News: Artist Norm Breyfogle, best known for his memorable Batman work, suffered a stroke last week, and a fundraiser has been set up to help him. People have already been generous but there’s a long way to go.  Jason Latour and other creators tweet about overwork . in the light of Norm Breyfogle's recent stroke.

Reviews: Chris Ware on Here.  Don Simpson on Second Avenue Caper.

Best Comics of 2014: Comic Book Resources | Comicosity | Comics Nexus: DC, Indy, Marvel | Cult of Mac | GoodReads | Gotham | IGN | io9 | Kotaku | Paste | Publisher's Weekly | Topless Robot | UpRoxx |

The Birdman Website’s Michael Keaton Bio Comics Are The Weirdest Things You’ll Read Today And Possibly Ever

Check out this amazing animation of Nightwing based on comics panels.

Congratulations and happy 15th anniversary to Johanna Draper-Carlson and her blog, Comics Worth Reading!

Entertainment Weekly asks Who won the year, Marvel or DC?

Greg Ruth offers an excellent piece on how to break into comics and how to get better at making them, complete with exercises.

iMediaEthics posts the five most controversial editorial cartoons of the year.

Osamu Tezuka, the “godfather of manga,” has been dead for 25 years, but his influence lives on, not just in manga and anime but in his old neighborhood, where a restaurant features his favorite dish and merchants have their own local currency, Astro Money.

The Telegraph looks at the growth of graphic novels as serious reading for adults in Europe in general and the United Kingdom in particular.

William Kulesa highlights four comics to look forward to in 2015.

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