In The Naked Artist: Comic Book Legends, Bryan Talbot bravely goes where no one has dared go before: on the record, telling the embarrassing tales of legendarily bad behavior on the part of comic creators that have previously gone untold outside of convention bars.
Talbot shares these stories in his own voice, in the conversational fashion that they are told (and told, and retold) among comi
This year's annual CBLDF holiday auction has now kicked off on eBay, and if you're looking for some holiday gift ideas for the comics fan on your list, there are some truly outstanding goodies included here. There are many rare items signed by luminaries including Jim Lee, Frank Cho, Robert Kirkman, Neil Gaman, Charles Vess, Harlan Ellison, and Laur
If you're like me --a huge fan of Stephen King's magnum opus The Dark Tower, but not a very big fan of comic adaptations unless the original author is writing the script-- you might have approached Marvel's Dark Tower series with some trepidation when it appeared earlier this year. If, like me, you ultimately decided to give the series a shot, I'd be willing to be that you, too, found it to be an outs
Since we already had a pretty good idea that costumes were out for the movie, I've gotta say this looks every bit as sweet as I could've hoped. "The sheep or the wolf?" This sucker sure looks "big and bad" to me.
What do you think?
(Missed our exclusive interview with WANTED co-creator J.G. Jones? Find it here!)
(Carol is on vacation this week, but the show must go on, so please bear with me as I attempt to fill her sneakers for this week's episode.)
"When confronted by our worst nightmares, the choices are few...fight or
Last night's Ignatz awards show at SPX was a pleasure to attend, with Heidi MacDonald again handling the emcee gig with customary wit and charm. Living up to the promise to keep the awards show moving along bris
As you'll have likely guessed by now, it's difficult for me to be objective regarding SPX, so I'll just say that day two of the show has been typically great. Lots of women, and quite a large number of kids (largely due to Jeff Smith's appearance no doubt) made for a splendidly mixed crowd