Kevin Church

If You Love Watching ‘Gotham’, Read These Comics Next
Gotham was certainly an interesting prospect when it was first announced, and many Batman fans were unsure whether a TV show about a rookie Jim Gordon and a child Bruce Wayne could work. Now we’re halfway through season 2, and the show continues to surprise with how weird and wonderful it can be, while providing interesting and unique takes on classic Batman tropes. If watching Gotham has inspired you to try out some more noir crime comics, we have some suggestions. We're going to look beyond the obvious choices of Batman, Detective Comics, and the comic that most directly inspired Gotham, Gotham Central. Instead, we’ve picked out five of the best independent crime and detective books for you to check out
On the Cheap: Comixology's Small Press Expo 2015 Sale
If you don't have a chance to get to Bethesda, Maryland, this coming weekend, and you still want to keep the spirit of Small Press Expo in your heart, you're in luck! Comixology and SPX have teamed up to put 100 Comixology Submit titles on sale at 50% off, from now through to September 21, just by using the code 'SPX' at checkout. With so many great independent comics to choose from, we've selected some standouts that you might want to try.
'Regular Show' #3 Preview
Taking a breather between issues by the regular, well, Regular Show creative team of KC Green and Allison Strejlau, next Wednesday's Regular Show #3 comes packed with three standalone tales by three distinct creative teams. Zack Smith and Brad McGinty have teamed for "Sombrero World," a story that sees Mordecai and Rigby work to escape being tourist trapped by an obnoxious roadside desti
Adventure Time 2013 Spoooktacular
While traditional holidays didn't necessarily carry over into the Land of Ooo after the nuclear apocalypse a.k.a. "Mushroom War," Adventure Time's supernatural-filled setting is certainly ripe for Halloween-y scary stories. With that in mind, Boom! Studios is rolling out the Adventure Time 2013 Spoooktacular special this October featuring tales of the tricky and treat-y variety by Jen Be
Thought Bubble #3: Whither Genre Comics?
The comics medium attempts to answer a lot of big questions: Given great power, would you use it responsibly? What means are justified, when the ends are noble? If your life had a face, could I punch it? In that spirit, ComicsAlliance's Matt Wilson is asking comics creators, retailers and commentators some big questions of his own...
PSAs From Panels: Bringing Lapsed Fans Back To Comic Books [Comic]
In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of the webcomic The Rack discusses bringing former readers back into comics. To read the continuing adventures of the Panels crew, check out The Rack, written by Kevin Church and drawn by Benjamin Birdie at therackcomic...
PSAs From Panels: What To Do With Your Old Comics [Comic]
In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of the webcomic The Rack discusses what you can do with your old (and unwanted) comics to help others. To read the continuing adventures of the Panels crew, check out The Rack, written by Kevin Church and drawn by Benjamin Birdie at therackcomic...

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