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ComicsAlliance Week-in-Review: June 10-16 2012
If you only read one post at ComicsAlliance this week, it should be this one, as this post is (almost) all of the posts combined into one post. Convenient, huh? After the jump, the week in ComicsAlliance coverage in review...
Publishing:

-To make room for their the third wave of "New 52&…
ComicsAlliance Week-in-Review: June 4-8, 2012
The biggest news of the week? ComicsAlliance founder and Editor-in-Chief Laura Hudson, obviously one of the best things to ever happen to the comics Internet, is stepping down to concentrate on her writing. In related news, Caleb is sad.
We covered other stuff this week too, and to find links to thos…
ComicsAlliance Week-in-Review: May 28-June 1 2012
If you only read one post at ComicsAlliance this week, it should be this one, as this post is (almost) all of the posts combined into one post. Convenient, huh? After the jump, the week in ComicsAlliance coverage in review...
Publishing:

-Archaia has taken to YouTube in order to provide customers wit…
ComicsAlliance Week-in-Review: May 13-19, 2012
Forget the Mayan calendar, here's a far better indicator that 2012 may mark the end of the world. Two words: Watchmen toaster. More (less mindboggling) stories from the past week at ComicsAlliance, after the jump.
Publishing:

-Cartoonist Roger Langridge, who has shown great acuity at turning out supe…
ComicsAlliance Week in Review: April 6-13
This week we had a couple of interesting interviews having to do with the popular Avatar: The Last Airbender cartoon series. First, Chris Sims spoke with Gene Luen Yang, the American Born Chinese cartoonist who is scripting a series of Avatar graphic novels, and then Caleb Goellner spoke with the sh…
ComicsAlliance Week in Review: March 23-30
Convention season is upon us! This weekend it's the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle and, if you're planning on attending, we've put together a handy list of some of the more interesting sounding panels and events. Chances are pretty good that we'll be covering a lot of the news out of the con this …
ComicsAlliance Week in Review: March 17-22
Last weekend was WonderCon in Anaheim, California, and the event brought quite a few announcement from the big publishers. We have a round-up of our coverage of many of those, as well as a round-up of all of our coverage from the last week, after the jump...
ComicsAlliance Week in Review: March 10-16
Jean "Moebius" Giraud, the highly influential comics and conceptual artist, passed away last week at the age of 73. We originally reported on the sad news here, and collected some of the comics industry's outpouring of tributes here. Forthe rest of our Week in Review...
ComicsAlliance Week in Review: March 3-March 9

Do you want the bad news or the good news first? Well, let's get the bad news out of the way first: Venerable Golden Age comics artist Sheldon Moldoff passed away at age 91 this week. Moldoff helped define the look of the original Batman and Robin comics, and co-created Bat-Mite, Poison Ivy, Clayfac…
ComicsAlliance Week in Review: February 25-March 2

And so ends another week at ComicsAlliance. And soon, a new week at ComicsAlliance begins. In the mean time, here's our weekly look at the week.
Publishing:

-Image Comics announced their 2012 slate of projects at their first-ever Image specific convention
-Longtime Marvel artist Bryan Hitch and his pa…

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