The Twilight Graphic Novel Review
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 nothing else, the giant stacks of money that Yen Press are going to rake in for publishing this thing will give them the ability to publish more "Yotsuba&!,&
Review Roundup: “Blackest Night”
The first issue of "Blackest Night," the biggest DC event of the summer, came out on Wednesday, raising numerous DC characters from the grave as evil zombies. The reviews are now in, and we've collected the best of the bunch for your reading convenience: Rob Bricken, Topless Robot:Admittedly, the whole issue feels like more of a zombie movie than a major event comic, which I could see pi
The Comics Page: Gary Spencer Millidge
Just in case, you've been wondering whatever happened to Gary Spencer Millidge, the MIA creator of, arguably, one of the best indy comics ever published -- the very British mystery series Strangehaven -- you'll be glad to know he's still alive, and intends to finish his masterwork some day...