Anchor-tattooed forearms are flailing behind fists of fury on the cover of Popeye #2. Out this Wednesday from IDW, the second issue of Roger Langridge and Ken Wheaton's new Popeye series will pit the spinach-guzzling sailor man against famous actor Willy Wormwood. Sadly, Popeye's mighty mitts are of little use in a contest for Olive Oyl's heart, meaning the cantankerous sailor must rely on his wits if he's to come ou
Chris Roberson, you're not alone. During a recent interview, Roger Langridge announced that, like the Memorial, iZombie and former Superman writer, he will no longer work for Marvel or DC Comics due to concerns over creator rights at the Big Two.Langridge, whose projects for Marvel have included the critically-acclaimed (and Eisner Award-nominated) Thor The Mighty Aveng
The phrase "Hey kids, comics!" is a bit of a defunct rallying cry these days. While most comic book fans would wildly roll their eyes and shove their Mature-rated favorites at the very mention of it, The Graphic Textbook is embracing the notion and the potential that exists between developing minds and comics pages. The project, lead by writer Josh Elder (Mail Or
Elzie Crisler Segar's spinach-chugging sailor man is set for a return in new comics this spring as writer Roger Langridge (Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Snarked!) and artist Bruce Ozella put their spin on Popeye. Set for an April release from IDW, Popeye #1 reunites the series' signature cast for Segar-influenced adventur
There's nothing quite like Roger Langridge's art in comics today. From his work on The Muppet Show at Boom! Studios and Marvel Comics to his new series Snarked!, he's proven himself over and over again as a cartoonist who knows how to keep characters looking clean and classic while consistently pulling off animated sequences and humor.
If you mostly stuck to skimming the classic, if nonsensical, works of Lewis Carroll in school, fear not! Thor: The Mighty Avenger and Muppet Show alumnus Roger Langridge has got something for you, your nephew, your mom and even your grandma to make up for lost time. Coming this Augu
Marvel Comics confirmed on Monday speculation that BOOM! Studios has indeed lost the rights to publish comic books based on Disney's The Muppet Show property. The publisher announced via press release that it will rel
In the wake of news that Marvel Comics had taken over control of comic books based on Disney's Pixar characters, we speculated last month that BOOM! Studios had also lost the rights to continue publication of its popular and critically lauded comics based on Disney's The Muppet Show property. While official word is still forthcoming, it appears that any future Muppet
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A double rainbow has never looked so much like a double frown.
We've talked numerous times about our love of Thor: The Mighty Avenger by Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee, and so our reaction to the breaking news that the comic will be canceled with issue #8 as of this January, was -- let's just say we were disappointed. So disappointed that we decided to capture our reaction on video so we could share our sadness with you in a more visceral form.