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comics  shopping 
10 days ago by andyhuey
Reading comics on the new iPad Pros - Six Colors
I love reading comics on my iPad Pro. The iPad is the best thing to happen to comics since four-color printing. Now that the new iPad Pro models are out, I thought it was worth revisiting the current state of the art in iPad comics to see where things stand.
ios  comics 
11 days ago by andyhuey
My Moments With Stan - The New York Times
In a tribute comic, Brian Michael Bendis reflects on the first time he met Stan Lee and how Mr. Lee inspired him in his two-decade career at Marvel Comics.
comics 
5 weeks ago by andyhuey
TREKKER: THE DARKSTAR ZEPHYR OGN by Ron Randall — Kickstarter
BRACE FOR IMPACT: Ron Randall’s sci-fi hero Mercy St. Clair faces deception, betrayal, and destiny aboard THE DARKSTAR ZEPHYR!
comics 
5 weeks ago by andyhuey
Enter 'Sandman': Anniversary Edition Celebrates 30 Years Of Dream-Spinning : NPR
When Neil Gaiman first envisioned the Sandman, the supernatural dream lord he created 30 years ago, he thought about prison. "Before I even knew who he was," Gaiman writes in the afterword to The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes, he had the image of "a man, young, pale and naked, imprisoned in a tiny cell, waiting until his captors passed away, willing to wait until the room he was in crumbled to dust."
comics  books 
6 weeks ago by andyhuey
The Full COMIC BOOK Television Release Schedule
October 19, 2018
Comic book stories and characters are thriving both on the big screen and the small screen, from live-action to animation, and even documentaries. Newsarama has compiled a list of all the current, upcoming, and prospective television series based on comic books.

Here is a complete schedule of the announced television series and their status. Those signed to networks will be denoted as such with those outlets in parenthesis, while the other prospective series with no broadcast home as of yet will simply list their production company.
tv  comics 
8 weeks ago by andyhuey
Wolverine: The Long Night
Following a string of mysterious deaths in Burns, Alaska, Special Agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall arrive to investigate. They soon find there’s more going on than meets the eye.
The first scripted podcast from Marvel, starring Celia Keenan-Bolger and Ato Essandoh as Agents Pierce and Marshall, with Richard Armitage as Wolverine. Also featuring Scott Adsit, Bob Balaban, Zoe Chao, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, and Brian Stokes Mitchell.
comics  podast 
8 weeks ago by andyhuey
Tillie Walden's new comic, On A Sunbeam, is very good (First Second)
On A Sunbeam delivers one of the best love stories this year—comics or otherwise
comics 
9 weeks ago by andyhuey
Ed Piskor / Boing Boing - Director’s commentary
Ed Piskor's offering an annotated page-by-page look at the first part of X-Men: Grand Design, his epic retelling of how Marvel comics' pantheon of heroes came to be.
comics 
11 weeks ago by andyhuey
ChrisBurnham.com
I'm the #1 New York Times Bestselling Artist of Batman Incorporated and the co-creator of Nameless, Officer Downe, and Nixon's Pals! Buy my original art at felixcomicart.com
comics 
12 weeks ago by andyhuey
DOCTOR CTHULITTLE Illustrated Lovecraftian Adventure by ComicMix, LLC — Kickstarter
Lovecraft inspired! A beautiful, fully illustrated book! An epic adventure to find the demon-sultan Azathoth and save the universe!
books  comics 
september 2018 by andyhuey
The Fantastic Four: The Great American Novel
This web site is a personal voyage of discovery: my lifetime love of the Fantastic Four, and uncovering its mystery:

Who wrote it?
What happened next?
The lost Fantastic Four stories: issue 1 was not the first!

There are really two different Fantastic Fours. As a child I loved the Marvel Fantastic Four, but now I prefer the Kirby Fantastic Four.
comics 
august 2018 by andyhuey
The Solar Grid Digital Comics - Comics by comiXology
An ailing Earth. A superior Mars. And two orphans who will change everything. "Big, complex, eccentric, with some marvellous stylistic choices and some serious intelligence." - WARREN ELLIS
comics 
august 2018 by andyhuey
GeekRex
Thoughts and reviews of all things geek.
comics  blog  podcast 
july 2018 by andyhuey
The Sistine Chapel of Comic-Strip Art - The New York Times
On a beer-splotched wall of a Midtown sports bar, a forgotten relic from the heyday of cartooning, featuring Beetle Bailey, Fred Flintsone and some jokers from Mad magazine. With cameos by James Thurber, Ernest Hemingway and Marilyn Monroe.
NYC  comics 
july 2018 by andyhuey
Graphic Novel in Running for Man Booker Prize for First Time - The New York Times
A graphic novel has made the longlist of the Man Booker Prize, Britain’s most prestigious literary award. The nomination marks a major breakthrough for the format.
comics  books 
july 2018 by andyhuey
Remastered, Blu-Ray BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES Boxed Set Release Date Set
Batman: The Animated Series, the most acclaimed animated super hero television series in history, arrives this fall in an all-encompassing package befitting its revered place in the annals of fan-favorite entertainment. Remastered for the first time since its broadcast airing from 1992-1995, Batman: The Complete Animated Series Deluxe Limited Editionwill be available from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digitaland in a stunning Blu-ray™box set ($112.99 SRP) on October 16, 2018.
comics  animation 
july 2018 by andyhuey
Comic-Con Day 4: The Monstrous Regiment : Monkey See : NPR
San Diego Comic-Con wrapped up on Sunday. NPR comic buffs Mallory Yu and Petra Mayer discuss highlights of the convention's last day, in which women, writers of color — and monsters — took front and center.
comics  sdcc 
july 2018 by andyhuey
Comic Lair
1606 South Broad St, Hamilton NJ 08610 , 609-695-8855
Store Hours
Mon 11am- 5pm, Wed 12-6:30, Thur & Fri noon-7pm Sat 11-5pm
Tuesday by appointment & Sunday Closed
comics  NJ 
july 2018 by andyhuey
The Comic Geek Community & Free Comic Book Collection Tool
The League of Comic Geeks is the ultimate social network for comic book fans that makes it easy to stay on top of the hottest new releases and track your ongoing collection or pull list. At its core, the League of Comic Geeks website features a robust cataloging system that utilizes a variety of sources to ensure new release information is the best on the 'net. Beyond that, the database is curated by the community. Anyone can request corrections to individual entries in the database. To support those efforts is our moderator team, who ensure everything submitted is quality.
comics 
july 2018 by andyhuey
Cinema Purgatorio Digital Comics - Comics by comiXology
Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill invite you, and some of the finest creators in comics, in to join them in a different kind of dark: Cinema Purgatorio! This ongoing monthly series will feature Alan and Kevin in every issue and is their first major new project together since League of Extraordinary Gentlemen! Anthology has become a dirty word, so far be it from us to clean it up. Instead we'll shine our light onto the cutting edge of sequential art, with black and white artwork to allow illustrator's pure visions, and the greatest assembly of writing talent ever gathered on one series. Every issue is perfect-bound, with no ads, and all of the works are very long-form, there are no collections planned before 2018. Jump in now and embrace the new future of comics. The one of which Alan Moore has always dreamed. It's here, now. Hiding in the dark corner. Welcome to Cinema Purgatorio.
comics 
july 2018 by andyhuey
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1 (of 6) - Comics by comiXology
After an epic twenty-year journey through the entirety of human culture, Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill conclude both their legendary League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and their equally legendary comic-book careers with the series' spectacular fourth and final volume, "The Tempest." This six-issue miniseries is a celebration of everything comics were, are, and could be. Opening simultaneously in the panic-stricken headquarters of British Military Intelligence, the fabled Ayesha's lost African city of Kor, and the domed citadel of 'We' on the devastated Earth of the year 2996, the dense and yet furiously-paced narrative hurtles like an express locomotive across the fictional globe. This is literally, and literarily, the story to end all stories. Here's how it begins.
comics 
july 2018 by andyhuey
It Just Wasn’t Meant to Be, Batman - The New York Times - www.nytimes.com
Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne, two of the most prominent citizens of Gotham City, were to be married at 6 a.m. on July 4. It was intended to be a quiet, intimate ceremony with just the judge and two witnesses atop the city’s Finger Tower skyscraper. It was a moment that has been building since the couple first met in 1940. It was also not meant to be.
comics 
july 2018 by andyhuey
The Louvre Collection Digital Comics - Comics by comiXology
Setting comics creators loose in the Louvre, and then letting a story come to them that is inspired by the works they come across. One of the premiere cultural institutions in the WORLD decided that it would be a great idea to create a "lasting bridge" between their artworks and the world of comics-and their readers. That's just huge.
comics 
july 2018 by andyhuey
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 
june 2018 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 
june 2018 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 
june 2018 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 
may 2018 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 
may 2018 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 
may 2018 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 
may 2018 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 
may 2018 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 
may 2018 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 
april 2018 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 
april 2018 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 
april 2018 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 
april 2018 by andyhuey
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