Thursday, September 24, 2015

Comic Round-Up: September 24, 2015

The Joker by Art Thibert

"The Joker" by Art Thibert

Interview: Dan White created The Department of Ability, a series of comics about superheroes whose superpowers stem directly from their disabilities, to create well rounded characters for his daughter Emily to enjoy.

Interview: Norwegian artist Kristian Nygård talks about his comics, which depict depression from the inside.

News: Appeals Court Rules the Batmobile is Copyright Protected

News: Independence Day comic will fill in the 20 year gap between films

News: A judge checked in with the Salt Lake Comic Con and San Diego Comic Con folks this week, who assured him they are working on a settlement

Previews: ANIBAL 5

Reviews: Zainab Akhtar on Pablo & Jane And The Hot Air Contraption. Charlie Jane Anders on Deep Dark Fears. Rob Clough on Friends.  Rob Clough on the comics of Gabrielle Bell.  Sean Gaffney on One-Punch Man Vols. 1-2. RC Harvey on Modesty Blaise. Todd Klein on Green Lantern #44. Paul O'Brien on Giant-Size Little Marvel AvX.  Andy Oliver on Tracks.

DC's Latest Young Adult Series Turns Wonder Woman, Batman And Superman Into Teen Detectives

Den of Geek pretends that the Sinister Six Movie Still Possible. It's a beautiful fantasy, but never gonna happen.

An exhibit of cartoons by Isle of Man cartoonist Harold “Dusty” Miller shows an unusual slant on World War II, filled with references to long-forgotten events.

Five retailers on their customers' reactions to DC Comics' "DC You" initiative.

Is The Silver Surfer Coming to All-New, All-Different Marvel?

Lauren Orsini writes about creators and types of comics at Small Press Expo.

Lucy Knisley writes about the creation of her next book cover.

Superhero Comics Have Race Problem. Can Ta-Nehisi Coates Fix It?

Wesley Snipes Hopeful Blade Meets Up With The Avengers

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