On sale this week from DC Comics is The Shade #7, concluding a three-issue run drawn by the great Javier Pulido. Known for his work on Human Target, The Amazing Spider-Man and Robin: Year One, Pulido joined Shade writer James Robinson for the 12-issue series' latest arc which takes place in the artist's home country of Spain -- specifically, Barcelona, where the titular and enigmatic antihero crossed paths with La Sangre, a new vampiric super-heroine, and the Inquistor, a Satan-worshipping villain who wants every soul in the entire city so he can unleash Hell on Earth.
"I'm excited for issue #7 to come out for a lot of reasons," Robinson told DC's The Source blog. "It wraps u
Considering a career in the illustrious and lucrative field of comic book freelance? Take a spin through the "Go Freelance" board game by famed letterer Todd Klein and artist Shawn McManus and add up your scores for Skill (S), Fame (F) and Income (I) to see if you'll make it big, end up just getting by, or bottom out of the industry forever. You can read about the creation of the piece -- which was inspired by the Game of Life -- on Klein's bl
For almost 30 years, Todd Klein has been one of the most prominent letterers and designers in comic books, working on everything from "Legion of Super-Heroes" to "Sandman." He's one of the true craftsmen of one of the most often-overlooked aspects of comics, and while it's not surprising that he devotes a lot of time to discussing lettering and logo design on his website, the depth of information he presents and the ent
-Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man team get saved from an evil magician by a guru in this amazing vintage Indian comic of slightly broken English and snakes getting shot into people's mouths. (CBR)
-Despite James Marster's recent complaints about comic