With the success of Showcase Presents series of 500-page plus reprints chock full of Silver Age material selling, not only in comic books shops but bookstore chains all over, I'm not surprised DC is considering shelving their Archives line of collections, according to Publishers Weekly.
Even geeks like me can do the math. Retailing at $16.95 a pop, the Showcase Presents collect
What started out being an oddity -- college classes and programs devoted to the study and creation of comics -- is quickly becoming a full-fledged trend, according to this interesting Associated Press feature picked up by USA Today.
Apart from places focused on nurturing the industry's next Will Eisner and Marie S
I braved the rain, fog and a 160-mile round trip to San Antonio Friday just to spend five minutes examining The Dark Knight's arch nemesis The Joker, as channeled by Aussie Academy Award nominee Heath Ledger, in a very well publicized prolo
When you read/listen to NPR's report about the development of Virgin Comics, at first glance, you may be pretty impressed that those with deep pockets -- multi-billionaire Richard Branson, self-help guru Deepak Chopra and film director Shekhar Kapur -- are investing a lot of cash in developing comics based on Hindu mythology.
Perhaps, your curiosity may be peaked as was director John Moore's who helmed the recent Omen remake. He plans to make a film based on the Virgi
So, how did it feel NOT to have a new ep of Heroes to watch last Monday (or in my case reading my blogstress-in-crime Carol Orsini's awesome recaps the day after)?
Should you be looking to immerse yourself in all Heroes-related things during the coming holiday season -- maybe hitting the DVR to review Volume 2 or