This week, DC is releasing Action Comics #900, a milestone issue for the comic that not only introduced the world to the Man of Steel, but kicked off the age of the super-hero way back in 1938. That's why to
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For a certain kind of comics and/or illustration fan, nothing could be greater than the privilege of watching their favorite artists at work. This is especially true for admirers of a generation of European creators whose comics seemed like pure imagination drained right out of their minds and onto the pages of countless comic strips and series
Last week, David Wolkin and I posted a deconstruction of Batman: Odyssey by Neal Adams, a comic book that is both near and dear to our hearts, and possibly the most insane thing we have ever read. In the introduction, we jokingly imagined a Neal Adams series called Batman: Hobo, wherein Batman was a homeles
With the recent release of Batman: Odyssey #6, we are now exactly halfway into the yearlong tale that we feel comfortable claiming, without hyperbole, is the most insane comic book we have ever read. If there is a comic book equivalent
Party Time: A huge thank you to all of our readers through 2010. Be safe this weekend and let's high five into 2011!
Animation: The upcoming TRON animated series will include voice work from Bruce Boxleitner, Elijah Wood, Linda Moore, Paul Reubens, Lance Henriksen and more. Who cares what it looks like at this point? I'll watc
Neal Adams has been keeping busy at DC of late between his alternate cover gig on "First Wave" and the publisher's upcoming reprint of "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali," but it seems there's something even more prominent on the horizon: a 12-issue series entitled "Batman: Odyssey"
DC Comics reports that Adams will handle writing, ill
The Hero Initiative, a Los Angeles based nonprofit that caters to the comic book industry, announced today that the art gallery opening of its newest benefit product, The 3-minute Sketchbook, will take place on Friday, August 31, 2007.
The art gallery opening,
Some of you, I suspect, may have differing opinions about this blog item, posted earlier in the week by Jeaux Janovsky on Pulp Secret, about the five most "controversial moments" in comic book history.
If you've been arou