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The online store of comic book writer Greg Pak – Greg Pak Shop
Greg Pak is an award-winning comic book writer and filmmaker currently writing Mech Cadet Yu for BOOM! and Incredible Hulk, Weapon X, and Weapon H for Marvel. Pak wrote the Code Monkey Save World graphic novel based on the songs of Jonathan Coulton and co-wrote (with Fred Van Lente) the acclaimed Make Comics Like the Pros how-to book. His other work includes the comic book series Planet Hulk, World War Hulk, and Magneto Testament.
comics  shopping 
4 days ago by andyhuey
garfield minus garfield
Garfield Minus Garfield is a site dedicated to removing Garfield from the Garfield comic strips in order to reveal the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle. It is a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb.
comics  funny  weird 
6 days ago by andyhuey
SCOUT: MARAUDER by Timothy Truman — Kickstarter
Timothy Truman & co-writer Benjamin Truman return to creator-owned projects with a graphic novel based on the legendary comics series.
comics 
19 days ago by andyhuey
Black Panther, Luke Cage and the First Black Artist to Draw Both - The New York Times
the Harlem-based comic book artist Billy Graham had worked on the first 17 issues of “Luke Cage, Hero for Hire,” and even had a hand in writing a few of them. He’d been the only African-American person working on what was the first African-American superhero comic book series. In fact, he was the only African-American person working for Marvel, period.
comics 
5 weeks ago by andyhuey
All DC UNIVERSE Ongoing Titles Set to $3.99
DC Comics has confirmed that as of last week all DC Universe ongoing titles - physical and digital - will be priced $3.99. This comes following Newsarama's reporting of individual price increases of Wonder Woman and The Flash, but will also affect the previously $2.99 Batman, Suicide Squad, Detective Comics, Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps, Harley Quinn, and Injustice.
comics 
5 weeks ago by andyhuey
The Yoko Ono of Comics, on Her Own Terms - The New York Times
Among the few women making underground comics in 1970s San Francisco, the feminist infighting was fierce. Aline Kominsky (who would soon take the name of her famous and infamous boyfriend, Robert Crumb) was berated for drawing strips that female cartoonists in her collective thought were too crude and confessional, not uplifting enough, wallowing in the depths of self-loathing — about being too fat, too sexually voracious, too loud, too neurotic. This was not the work of an “evolved feminist consciousness,” she was told.
comics 
5 weeks ago by andyhuey
Comichron: A Resource for Comics Research: History saved: Comics Buyer's Guide bound and file copies, distributor publication library preserved
Krause Publications, which for years published both Comics Buyer's Guide and Comics Retailer, is closing its Iola, Wis., office in March, moving the remaining personnel to a larger city. But as my fellow former employee Maggie Thompson learned last week, the file copies of most of the magazines were to be discarded, as well as a significant portion of the library materials.

For Comics Buyer's Guide — read my history of the magazine here — this took in a huge number of issues. More than 5,000 copies, between two and ten each of every issue from #482 in 1983 to #1699 in 2013. This amounted to 105 cases weighing more than two tons — all destined for destruction.
comics 
6 weeks ago by andyhuey
Bud Plant will no longer exhibit at San Diego Comic-Con | The Beat
Book seller and direct market founding father Bud Plant has announced that he will no longer exhibit at San Diego Comic-Con.
comics 
6 weeks ago by andyhuey
Maggie’s World 061: Funny Animals | Comic-Con International: San Diego
Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human form or character to something that isn’t human. And that’s pretty basic to “funny animals” in comic books, comic strips, and animation.
comics 
7 weeks ago by andyhuey
5 great comics that have nothing to do with ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ | PBS NewsHour
Nominees for the Eisner Awards, the so-called Oscars of comics, were announced on Thursday. Michael Cavna, writer and artist for Comic Riffs at the Washington Post, said this year’s nominees include “a wealth of great and heartening work that bodes immensely well for the industry’s future.”

The NewsHour spoke to Cavna, who offered up his top five picks for Eisner-nominated books that deserve some of “Infinity War”’s limelight.
comics 
7 weeks ago by andyhuey
Barrier - Download Comic
Barrier
5 issue limited series by Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente.
An unconventional drama about violence, language and illegal immigration.
comics 
8 weeks ago by andyhuey
Moby Dick | Dark Horse Digital Comics
The great American novel—now a graphic novel!

A masterful adaptation of the timeless literary classic, faithfully and beautifully rendered by an award-winning artist. In striking black-and-white illustrations, Chabouté retells the story of the great American novel in which Captain Ahab strikes out on a voyage, obsessively seeking revenge on the great white whale that took his leg.

Foreword by John Arcudi.

A literary classic, adapted by award-winning artist Christophe Chabouté.
comics 
8 weeks ago by andyhuey
The Comics Reporter - Your 2018 Eisner Awards Nominees
The Eisner Awards announced this year's nominees yesterday afternoon. They are below. This looks to me like the usual generously widespread roping in of names and approaches. It's good to see both the obvious names (Emil Ferris!) and the surprise ones (Cathy Malkasian!).
comics 
8 weeks ago by andyhuey
Can This Man Save Superman?
Last March, DC Entertainment, the arm of Warner Bros. that controls the commercial rights to the comic book icons Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, among other superheroes, decided it was time to brag about its newest hire.

Four months earlier, it had announced that it had lured away Brian Michael Bendis from rival Marvel, snagging the writer who for nearly two decades had helped reshape and create the characters that served as the basis for multimillion-dollar movie franchises along with animated series and four Netflix shows. It was a seismic industry move, not unlike when ABC’s chief hitmaker Shonda Rhimes suddenly moved to Netflix last year, roiling the TV world.
comics 
10 weeks ago by andyhuey
DIAMOND Offers Further PULLBOX Details
PULLBOX is currently planned for wide release in mid-July, allowing customers to place their preorders with comic shops for the August catalog cycle.
comics 
10 weeks ago by andyhuey
Christophe Chabouté | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
Christophe Chabouté published his first work, Stories, based on the work of Arthur Rimbaud, in 1993 in France. Since then, he has received numerous prizes for his very personal illustration and storytelling style. When Alone, a wholly original work of his, published in France, it was widely hailed as his masterpiece and was an Official Selection at France’s prestigious Angoulême International Comics Festival. He is the illustrator-storyteller of Park Bench.
books  comics 
11 weeks ago by andyhuey
Jaime Hernandez Studio Edition showcases a master cartoonist’s raw talent
The Jaime Hernandez Studio Edition (Fantagraphics) is a step up thanks to a new interview between the cartoonist and Fantagraphics publisher Gary Groth, a conversation that illuminates the classic Love And Rockets stories in this book.
comics 
11 weeks ago by andyhuey
NIGHTWING #42 Combines Kabuki Theater With BRUCE LEE-Style Fights As DICK Rescues DAMIAN
Mixing the structure of Kabuki theater with a Bruce Lee-style battle in Tokyo, writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly are exploring the relationship between Damian Wayne and Dick Grayson in an unusual way with this week's Nightwing #42.

Working with artist Jorge Corona of I Am Robin fame, the writers tell a story titled "The Crimson Kabuki" that takes this one-off guest issue and turns its into an innovative exploration of character that combines theater, martial arts, and comic book story structure.
comics 
11 weeks ago by andyhuey
DC in the 80s: Home Page
The webzine for DC comics fans from the 80s.
comics 
march 2018 by andyhuey
The Other Scott Peterson: Detective Comics #726
Detective Comics #726 was the 700th issue of Detective Comics since the Batman's first ever appearance, way back in Detective Comics #27, cover date May 1939.
comics 
march 2018 by andyhuey
Stan Sakai Interview: Relaunching Usagi Yojimbo with New #1
Usagi Yojimbo enjoys a distinction that not many comic book titles can claim: it has had 225 consecutive issues written and drawn by one creator, Stan Sakai.
comics 
february 2018 by andyhuey
Master Keaton: Kanzenban Book Series: Amazon.com
Taichi Hiraga-Keaton, the son of a Japanese zoologist and a noble English woman, is an insurance investigator known for his successful and unorthodox methods of investigation. Educated in archaeology and a former member of the SAS, Master Keaton uses his knowledge and combat training to uncover buried secrets, thwart would-be villains, and pursue the truth…
comics  manga 
february 2018 by andyhuey
Home - GeekDad
GeekDad® is a parenting, technology, and culture blog staffed by a diverse team of contributors, working together to inform, educate, and entertain parents everywhere who have a geeky nature and want to raise their kids the same way.

The GeekDad blog was started in 2007 by Chris Anderson, who quickly passed the editorial baton (and later the ownership) to Ken Denmead. Along with his core team of editors (Matt Blum, Jonathan Liu, and “Z”), Ken and the whole GeekDad® family has delivered daily content about the things we love as geeks and as parents for over ten years now.
comics  games  blog 
february 2018 by andyhuey
emissaries | Cuneiform Records
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

This download includes a PDF of the "Emissaries" comic strip.
music  comics 
february 2018 by andyhuey
Bazooka Joe Comics
This site is dedicated to Bazooka Joe and His Gang as depicted on bubble gum comics beginning in 1954. I began collecting Bazooka Joe Comics as a kid in the 1960s and continue to be a big fan of anything Bazooka. There are currently 2,334 comics scanned. Unless otherwise noted, all comics and images are from my personal collection.
comics 
february 2018 by andyhuey
The 100 Best Comics, Graphic Novels, and Manga of 2017
Welcome to my annual attempt to share what I feel are the best comics of the previous year (in this case, the books of 2017).
comics 
february 2018 by andyhuey
THE ART OF MIKE MIGNOLA: Hellboy and Other Curious Objects | Society of Illustrators
The Museum of Illustration at The Society of Illustrators presents THE ART OF MIKE MIGNOLA: Hellboy and Other Curious Objects, a selection of works from Mike Mignola, comic artist and writer behind the award-winning Dark Horse Comics series Hellboy, on display March 6 - April 21.
comics  NYC 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Femme Noir
The weekly, full color adventures of Femme Noir by Mills , the creator of private eyes Matthew Dain, Nightmark, et al, and comics legend Joe Staton, co-creator of classic comic book eye Mike Mauser, appeared right here on The Thrilling Detective Web Site in our Web Comics section. "The Dingus" eventuually became an eight-part Red "Rusty" Nales standalone story that appeared in Femforce #121, and was also serialized in these pages in Autumn of 2003.
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Charlton Spotlight
CHARLTON SPOTLIGHT is the only magazine that focuses on the history of the Charlton Comics Group -- the comics and their creators -- appealing to the same readers who enjoy the eclectic, authentic comics history featured in ALTER EGO, BACK ISSUE, and COMIC BOOK ARTIST.
Order your copy NOW from your friendly neighborhood comics dealer and please tell all your friends! Heck, tell your enemies, too! If you don't live near a comic shop, no problem: see below for preorder details. Please join us in this new Charlton Comics outing of epic and downright historic proportions!
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Thom Zahler Art Studios
Thom Zahler is the code name for America’s daring, highly trained special cartooning force. Its purpose: to bring awesome artwork to the world… and also to defend human freedom against Cobra, a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world. But mostly the cartooning thing.
comics  blog 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Speech Bubbles: Understanding Comics with Scott McCloud - 99% Invisible
Author of Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art, cartoonist and theorist Scott McCloud has been making and thinking about comics for decades. His classic volume explores formal aspects of comics, the historical development of the medium, its fundamental vocabulary, and various ways in which these elements have been used.
comics  podcast 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam! - Wikipedia
Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam! was an all-ages comic book series published by DC Comics as a part of its Johnny DC imprint. The series debuted in September 2008, and was originally written and drawn by Mike Kunkel.
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Kramers Ergot - Wikipedia
Kramers Ergot is a series of anthology-style books of comic art edited by Sammy Harkham.
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
TheComicBooks.com - The History of Comic Books - TheGraphicNovels.com
My name is Jamie Coville and this is my comic book history website. I'll start off telling you that Comic Books have been around in one form or another for over two hundred years. There is a lot of history to cover and I am doing it piece by piece. My coverage is detailed with a lot of cover scans in both small and large sizes. Every link within opens up into a new window so you won't lose your place in reading the history.
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
(14) Paul Levitz in Conversation with Karen Berger at SDCC 2017 - YouTube
Legendary editor Karen Berger (Vertigo, Berger Books, The Sandman) chats with her longtime colleague Paul Levitz (former publisher, DC Comics; writer of Legion of Super-Heroes, Doctor Fate, Brooklyn Blood) about their work on Legion, Vertigo, life at and beyond DC, agreements and disagreements, watching him eat crow . . . and maybe even where comics are going from here.
comics  video 
january 2018 by andyhuey
The Wake: Information about Neil Gaiman's Sandman
The Sandman is a 75-part comic book series, written by Neil Gaiman. The central character in the series is Dream, also known as Morpheus, also known by many other names, one of the Endless. He is captured in 1916 by an occult group, and held prisoner until he escapes in 1988. The consequences of his imprisonment become clear in the course of the series.

The series consists of several storylines, all combining in one major tale, that slowly sneaks up on you as you are reading. There are also some shorter stories, but they are all consistent with and part of the main story, the story of Morpheus.
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
Alter Ego 122 : TwoMorrows Publishing, The Future of Comics and LEGO™ Publications.
ALTER EGO #122 (84 pages with FULL COLOR, $8.95) is a Final, Flag-waving Salute to the COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE! There was no CBG #1700—but if there had been, this is what it might've looked like! History and remembrances from ALAN LIGHT and MURRAY BISHOFF re: the original The Buyer's Guide for Comics Fandom—MAGGIE THOMPSON and BRENT FRANKENHOFF on CBG—plus “final” columns by CBG stars MARK EVANIER, TONY ISABELLA, PETER DAVID, FRED HEMBECK, JOHN LUSTIG, and classic art by DON NEWTON, MIKE VOSBURG, JACK KIRBY, MIKE NASSER, and many more! Featuring the original cover art for TBG #1 by JOHN FANTUCCHIO, in color for the first time! Plus FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America)—MICHAEL T. GILBERT in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt—BILL SCHELLY—and more! Edited by ROY THOMAS.
comics 
january 2018 by andyhuey
This Comic From 1990 Accidentally Predicted Trump’s Wall - by
This cartoon first appeared in the July 1990 issue of Heavy Metal magazine.

"The Wall was inspired by a visit to the Berlin Wall in 1987. Back then, Trump and Harry Helmsley were in the news as real estate developers. Trump was putting his name on everything and they competed over properties. Mixing in a little German history, and various notables from the time like The Guardian Angels and Mike Tyson, everything just fell into place."

–Peter Kuper
comics 
december 2017 by andyhuey
The 25 Best Comic Books of 2017 :: Comics :: Lists :: Comics :: Page 1 :: Paste
From Superhero Social Commentary to Deeply Personal Memoirs, These are the Best of the Best
comics 
december 2017 by andyhuey
Lines and Colors – Notes and Comments on Visual Art by Charley Parker
Lines and Colors is a blog about painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics, cartoons, webcomics, art history, concept art, gallery art, digital art, artist tools and techniques, motion graphics, animation, sci-fi and fantasy illustration, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else I find visually interesting. If it has lines and/or colors, it's fair game.
comics  art  blog 
november 2017 by andyhuey
Pipeline Comics - Exploring the World of Franco-Belgian Comics
PipelineComics.com is a one man comic book website created by me, Augie De Blieck Jr., to write about all of the things that just don’t fit into Tuesday’s Pipeline Commentary and Review column over on ComicBook.com

PipelineComics.com will discuss comic books, not the latest casting rumors for a DC TV show.
PipelineComics.com will talk about the craft of creating comic books, not presenting Top Ten lists across ten pages.
PipelineComics.com will look at the exciting comics that are coming out soon, not about the amazing easter eggs in the latest superhero trailer.
PipelineComics.com will focus on favorite comics of the past more than the latest controversy over who badmouthed who on Twitter this morning.

In other words, this website is doomed to fail from the start. Every trick that makes a website attractive to advertisers is being ignored.
comics 
november 2017 by andyhuey
How Jack Kirby’s Fourth World Comics Led to Justice League
Comics legend Jack Kirby invented the villains of Justice League in one of the wildest experiments in superhero history.
comics 
november 2017 by andyhuey
The Bristol Board
A virtual gallery celebrating the greatness of the comics medium, past and present.
comics 
november 2017 by andyhuey
This Page From a Christmas Carol Adaptation Expertly Pays Homage to a Comics Master
For fans of great comics, Christmas has come early. This week sees the release of Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost, a graphic-novel adaptation of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, and its title should be mouth-watering for students and admirers of the craft of cartooning.
comics 
november 2017 by andyhuey
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