I see it more and more often these days: People complaining about politics in a creator’s stories. Usually, they’re offended because the creator’s politics don’t align with their own, but sometimes, they’re offended because there’s politics in there at all. It’s a dumb argument, because politics have always been a part of superhero comics.
Among his many, many books, prolific crime writer Max Allan Collins wrote a trilogy of delightful murder mysteries set in the world of newspaper strips and comic books in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
The last-ever look at Hatcher’s comics pull list.
Travis starts a new feature about the Dave Sim and Gerhard masterpiece comic book series Cerebus, and he tells you some of his plans.
I don’t like Man-Thing enough to make the effort to collect his Bronze Age run, buying a used copy of Essential Man-Thing makes it easy.
Yes, I spent money on Doomsday Clock. Don’t judge me! Let’s take a look at it!
A few days ago (Oct. 26 to be exact), a retrospective exhibition dedicated to the career of the late, great Croatian comic book artist Edvin “Eddy” Biuković opened in one of the major art museums and gallery halls, the Klovićevi Dvori Gallery, in Zagreb.