Some kinds of comedy works with sparkling lines, precisely timed with flawless delivery. The laughter is a direct result of how unexpected the lines are, and how well the whole bit comes together. Othe
Simba Information recently completed a report entitled, "Overview of the US Comic Book and Graphic Novel Market 2009-2010." A press release accompanying the statement highlighted one of the more surprising details of the report: Their claim that one fourth of the comic reading public is over the age of 65. Since the report is completely "available" only to those retailers and publishers wi
The Birds of Prey are a confident bunch, with a lineup of ladies expressively in charge of their sexuality, but did you ever think you'd get the inside scoop on their superheroic rendezvous from their "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" counterparts?
In this past weekend's episode, "The Mask of Matches Malone," Batman got knocked on the head and came to believe that he was a gangster. Since the Caped Crusader ne
Not many creators are in indie comics for the money -- at least not many that last -- so when someone creates something of their own it's a labor of love. This is a great thing for the consumer, because people who do thing
David Willis has made a living, and a very successful one, writing and drawing webcomics a specific kind of twenty-something. Silly, immature, well-intentioned, and obsessed with pop-culture, his characters blundered their way through life and relationships. From the start, the p
There's no question that when we read a comic book, we step into a different world. That's the point. Things that aren't possible in the real world work like a charm in comics. Things that would look silly or creepy blend in with an exaggerated comic book world