Doug Hills can count himself among an all too small number of convention-circuit artists who can actually sketch The Thing for you and have him look like he has some personality. He can do a lot more, too, going by the Punisher, Green Arrow and Astro Boy pieces he has floating around out there. Hills has
For a guy who seemed reluctant to climb aboard a Battlestar Galactica series when it first launched, Edward James Olmos is committed body and soul now.
At a Friday early afternoon press conference at Comic-Con International, Olmos hosted a BSG: Caprica - The Plan event to show preview footage of the new Caprica show and to discuss The Plan movie he directed to continue Syfy's top original franchise. The DVD release for that fil
As Blog@ was quick to notice, the School Library Journal has posted a summer reading list of good comics for kids that celebrate America's cultural diversity.
Choosing from a variety of publishers and genres, the list captures t
As Archie Andrews pushes 70 years of publication, many younger fans of Riverdale's resident horn-dog with a heart of gold may not have had the chance to read up on his secret past.
Thanks to a partnership with IDW Publishing, Archie Comics will soon release reprints of the character's earlier tales in collected editions, including the first works by creators John Goldwater and Bob Montana.
In case you've been hiding under a rock, nerds of every class, level and alignment have been wetting themselves over the trailer for Zack Snyder's adaptation of "Watchmen" and entertainment journalists have taken this opportunity to trot out the kind of hype typically reserved for pope visits.
I wouldn't be surprised if most of you weren't familiar with the work of painter/colorist/computer graphic artist Jose Villarrubia, with the possible exception of his gorgeous work adapting Alan Moore's Voice of the Fire and The Mirror of Love, both published by Top Shelf Productions. Never
Back in the day.
Under the bus.
It is what it is.
Couldn't help but think about my friend Eddie Campbell -- seems he's taking a sabbatical from his must-read Fate of the Art