Like a lot of folks with a comics obsession, I spent a healthy portion of my childhood putting pen to paper pursuing my own creations. Problem is, I didn't stick with it and now I have the comparable skills of a guitarist who struggles through a Blink-182 cover
I'll never forget the day that I bought the first volume of "Scott Pilgrim," Bryan Lee O'Malley's story about a sort-of noble Canadian loser/hero who falls in love with an American ninja delivery girl and is forced to battle her seven evil exes (soon to be a major motion picture).
I was working at a comic shop at the time, and after hearing that I'd somehow missed the boat on SP, a co-worker insisted that I pick it up. "You know," he said, "y
Theme sketchbooks? Are great. Rather than going to conventions and getting random drawings of any old thing from your favorite creators, some comics fans make theme sketchbooks, where they ask all the artists to sketch something from the same specific category
It's been a good year for Scott Pilgrim fans, with the release of the latest book in February, the "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" movie in development, and now the news that a Scott Pilgrim video game is in the works