I've got to admit, I've been pretty skeptical of motion comics since they first hit the scene a few years ago.
Part of my skepticism comes from the fact that I'm a die hard snob about comics as a medium: I believe very strongly in the idea that comics are as valid as any other form of entertainment, and don't need to be anything else. That's not to say that I don't ever wan
I never fully got into Warren Ellis. "Transmetropolitan" seemed uneven to me, and especially when given mature-readers latitude he tends to include tons of... well, for lack of a better term, Ellisisms (Godzilla bukkake, "chair leg of truth", etc
The West is going to get wild with innuendo June 9 as Marvel reintroduces its most clean cut cowboy in "The Rawhide Kid" #1 written by Ron Zimmerman with art by Howard Chaykin and a cover by John Cassaday.
Treading on some familiar themes began by Zimmerman in 2003's
Tim Leong of Complex magazine (and former Editor-in-Chief of Comic Foundry) recently interviewed Joss Whedon about the upcoming season premiere of "Dollhouse," working with lead actress Eliza Dushku, the Emmy-winning web series "Dr. Horrible"
"Planetary" writer Warren Ellis has posted John Cassaday's full wraparound cover art from the series' long-awaited final issue on his blog. Fans will recognize visual elements from preceding installments, including my personal favorites - the bugs from Is
A few months ago I was writing profiles for Time.com's online poll leading up to the magazine's annual Time 100 list--basically 100 Person of the Year issues all rolled into one to sell twice as much ad space as the Person of the Year. In any event, my job was to come up with one reason why a person is influential, an
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