Monday, September 28, 2015

Comic Round-Up: September 28, 2015

Batman by Alvaro Jimenez

"Batman" by Alvaro Jimenez

Interview: Annie Mok interviews Jane Mai, creator of Sunday in the Park with Boys and See You Next Tuesday, both published by Koyama Press.

Interview: Jamie Broadnax talks to Ashley A. Woods.

Interview: Potential Wonder Woman Screenwriter Jason Fuch Explains How DC Comics Movies Are Different Than Marvel

Interview: Tim Seeley talks about his work as writer of Batman: Eternal and Grayson.

Interview: Zippy creator Bill Griffith talks about his new book, Invisible Ink

News: Japanese publisher Kadokawa will relaunch its English-language e-book service BookWalker on Oct. 8 with 700 new manga and light novel titles.

News: Release date to long overdue "Wonder Woman: Earth One" now revealed

Reviews: Matt Brady on Sacred Heart.

5 Previously Uncanceled DC Series, Before "Omega Men"

The CMYK-Stained Paste Comics Team presents a gallery of its favorite comics covers by 71 different artists.

Five comics that absolutely must be made into films

Intellectuals, Screenwriters and Wrestlers, Oh My: The Hollywood Reporter offers A Brief History of Marvel's Celebrity Writers

Mark Medley profiles Kate Beaton.

Oh, sure, Batman Day is getting too commercial, but more importantly, it's on the wrong day. Kotaku's Evan Narcise uses the basic question of "When did Batman become Batman?" to take a look back at one of the Dark Knight's lesser-known villains and plotlines: The Wrath, a reverse-Batman whose parents were criminals killed by a police officer.

Ta-Nehisi Coates, Black Panther and superhero diversity

Ted Mays opened his own comic shop Gecko Comics in the Kaimuki neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii, when he happened to get several checks all at once, and he has kept it going for 28 years.

There's a course from Tom Hart on creating comics memoirs that costs less than a good pizza. That's gotta be worth checking out.

Valerie D'Orazio says goodbye to comics in a final chapter here.

We Listened to a Marvel Comic Book on Tape and It Was Weird Yet Fun

The winners for the 2015 Harvey Awards were announced this weekend at a ceremony held in conjunction with Baltimore Comic-Con.

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