Given the heartfelt reaction the comics community had to the untimely passing of Dwayne McDuffie last month, it's not surprising that DC Comics ordered production of a special one-shot to honor the beloved writer and animation producer. Static Shock Special #1 was solicited for this June and features contributions from a number
Dwayne McDuffie was the first creator to ever comment on my blog.
I'd found a couple of comics about Prince, the musician, in the back issues at the shop, and they were exactly the kind of comics I liked to talk about. Completely bizarre artifacts, based on a wild premise but pulled off with a style and awareness that
Comic Book Resources reported Tuesday that prolific comics writer and animation producer Dwayne McDuffie passed away as the result of "complications due to a surgical procedure performed Monday evening." The sad news comes on the same day that the All-Star Superman animated feature went on sale in North Amer
This week, Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's All Star Superman became the latest DC Comics storyline to be made into an animated feature, and for many fans, myself included, this felt like something that was going a step beyond the stories they've adapted in the past.
All Star Superman isn't just
The animated adaptation of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's critically-acclaimed All-Star Superman series premiered this past Monday with a red carpet event at the Paley Center in New York City. ComicsAlliance spoke wit
We've known for a while that Static would be starring in a new ongoing series, the question was just when and by whom. Thanks to a post at DC Comics' The Source, we now know that the Teen Titan's return to solo adventures will be handled by writer Felicia Henderson (Teen Titans) and artist Scott McDaniel (Nightwing, Green Arrow) with covers by Keron Grant (New Mutants). Called Static Shock, the book will debut in May.Created by Dwayne McDuffie and John Paul Leon as part
If you're a disgruntled creator, the internet in 2010 has several outlets for you to vent your displeasure. Facebook has a personal and private feel, despite being open to several hundred thousand of your closest friends. That
The comics page isn't just there for telling stories. Sometimes it gets used for commentary on the book, society, or even the comic industry itself. Peter David has used it to take shots at other creators, John Byrne has used it to "fix" other stories, and Grant Morrison has used it to deconstruct comic universes