The 2011 Harvey Awards were presented this past Saturday in conjunction with the Baltimore Comic-Con. Named in honor of the late Harvey Kurtzman, one of the industry's most innovative talents, the Harvey Awards recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential art.
Among this ye
Comics fans and illustration lovers were anything but disappointed in the first issue of IDW Publishing's Rocketeer Adventures, a four-issue miniseries featuring all-new tales of Dave Stevens' cult classic action hero by some of the most talented creators in comics. On sale this week, issue #2 lives up to t
The proliferation of social media is an incredible boon for lovers of comic book art, design and illustration. Sites like Flickr, Tumblr, DeviantArt and other countless blogs and feeds bombard us with a ceaseless supply of artwork by professionals and fans that is variously excellent, clever, funny, innovative, and numerous degrees of awesome
Last year, Darwyn Cooke made waves with his adaptation of Donald Westlake's novel "The Hunter," starring the eponymous Parker. This hard-edged crime drama stacked up critical acclaim from nearly all corners of the Internet and won an Eisner this summer for "Best Adaptation from Another Work
War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Dinos eating Nazis! Say it again y'all!
DC is continuing its month long project of printing single revival issues of its classic war comics. This week's release is
DC's headed (back) to battlefield conflicts this September with the reintroduction of several classic war titles in the form of one-shots helmed by fan-favorite creators. Among the battle-imbued books will be "Weird War Tales" by Ivan Brandon and Darwyn Cooke, "Our Fighting Forces" by B
Darwyn Cooke's "The Man With The Getaway Face" debuted over the weekend at Wondercon, an oversized adaptation of Richard Stark's novel of the same name, and the first chapter of this fall's "The Outfit." It certainly seems like a