Thursday, December 25, 2014

Comic Round-Up: December 25, 2014

Lobo vs. Santa Claus by Simon Bisley

"Lobo vs. Santa Claus" by Simon Bisley
Courtesy of Simon Bisley, arguably the artist that really put The Main Man on the map, Lobo takes on Father Christmas himself, Santa Claus, yet again in this cool 2003 painting that was meant for an eventually aborted video game for Lobo. In this painting, Santa came prepared with an arsenal of killer toys

Interview: Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, who teaches narrative technology and interactive media courses at the University of Hertfordshire talks about his part in Alan Moore’s Electrocomics digital-comics project.

5 Reasons Why The Fantastic Four Might Be 2015’s Best Comic Book Movie.

CBR picks Six comics perfect for Christmas reading

The Darkest, Most Violent Christmas Comic Of All Time is an 1958 Archie Comic

IGN looks back at the Top 10 Coolest Batman Things of 2014

Jim Korkis looks at some vintage Disney Christmas comics, including those created by Western Publishing as giveaways for the Firestone Tire company

Michael Dooley of Print Magazine highlights seven noteworthy comics and books about comics published during the past year.

Rob Salkowitz looks back at the biggest comics news stories of the year, including Amazon’s purchase of comiXology, Image’s increasing market share and Disney’s settlement with Jack Kirby’s heirs.

Some original Peanuts artwork for greeting cards, drawn by Charles Schulz, was recently re-appraised at $200,000 to $250,000; the art was originally appraised on a 2005 episode of Antiques Roadshow at $150,000 to $200,000.

Vox calls The Flash the best superhero show of 2014

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