As soon as I finished reading Poorcraft, Spike Trotman and Diana Nock's comic book guide to living well on a tight budget, I knew I would be getting a copy for my sister. And her boyfriend, who's planning a move to a more expensive city. And my partner's sister, a young actress who's about
It seems hard to overestimate the affection Norwegian cartoonist Jason (one name only) creates in comics fans of many stripes. When I worked in a comic book store full of Fantagraphobics, the one book from the House of Groth I can remember being recommended by a spandex-loving co-worker was Jason's Hey, Wait... I bought it then,
If the back cover copy hadn't told me, I probably never would have realized that Renee French's new Picturebox graphic novel, "H Day," was about her struggle with migraine headaches, although the adorable shelving classification "migraine / graphic novel" might have tipped me off. Not that it mat
The following are 20 observations, impressions, and thoughts inspired by the motion picture IRON MAN 2, labeled thematically and arranged to form like Voltron into a whole piece, what might be called a "review".
This review is dedicated to Steve Martin and Fred Schepsi.
ComicsAlliance writers Laura Hudson, Chris Sims, Caleb Goellner, Chris Murphy, and David Uzumeri sit down for a roundtable discussion about the newly released "S.H.I.E.L.D." #1. WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS FOLLOW.
This week saw the release of the first "Twilight" graphic novel, in which Korean artist Young Kim adapts Stephenie Meyer's novel for the benefit of the comics-reading public, and I've got to admit that I am all for this. If noth