"Flash" Writers, Teddy Sears Race Down Burning Questions From "Flash of Two Worlds"
Because I was at WonderCon, I missed this past weekend’s MyCup ‘o Joe when it popped up on MySpace, but Paul Hornschemeier points out a question from a fan about Marvel’s upcoming “indie project,” for lack of a better name (and I’m sure there is one) that’ll feature stories by Hornschemeier, Jim Rugg, Stan Sakai, […]
Earlier this month Kevin posted about a Street Angel short film, based on Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca’s acclaimed mini-series from SLG. Now MTV’s Splash Page posts some new art by Rugg, created for an animated sequence in the film. The director, Lucas Testro, told MTV that the animated sequence will reveal the origin story […]
Deputies escorted the terminally ill 7-year-old and his family to the sheriff’s department, just in time for him to lead the assault against the zombie horde.
Kodansha Comics promises the “Biggest ‘Attack on Titan’ Manga Announcement Ever” next month at New York Comic Con.
“Attack on Titan”? More like attack OF cuteness, amirite?
The Society of Illustrators has announced the April 2-3 event will be held at Metropolitan West on West 46th Street in New York City.
Is Snoopy’s popularity largely to blame for the beloved comic strip’s slow decline?
About 550,000 people visited the Tokyo Big Sight over the weekend for the summer installment of Comiket, the world’s largest comics expo.
ROBOT 6’s Grumpy Old Fan turns back the clock 30 years to the August 1985 release of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” #9 and its heralded Villain War.
Sen. Ted Cruz recently raised eyebrows when he named Rorschach from “Watchmen” as his favorite superhero. Perhaps the presidential candidate should’ve gone with another DC Comics character …
Adjusting its methodology, San Diego’s Convention Center Corp. now estimates Comic-Con International pumps $136 million — not $178 million — into the regional economy.
A worn copy of 1939’s “Superman” #3, worth about $2,000 because of its condition, disappeared sometime last week from Happy Harbor Comics in Edmonton, Alberta.
Objecting to the content of some of the graphic novels required for an English class, a California college student wants to have the “garbage” banned from campus.
In his latest graphic novel, Rick Geary places early 20th-century dancer and actress Louise Brooks on the trail of a fictitious murderer.
DC Comics returns from its two-month Convergence break with a reinvigorated line, including more than 20 new series, new directions for existing titles, a new “DC You” promotional campaign, and a brief commercial message from Nick Lachey. Among the most notable changes evidenced this week is the wildly increased diversity of the publisher’s offerings. Over […]