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.
I keep reading how people are going to ‘fix comics’.
And it normally comes down to one of two things…
SyFy is celebrating 25 years in existence, so they’ve been doing pop culture lists. Everyone likes a good list, so let’s check some out!
As a kid, my favorite superheroes were the Flash and Green Lantern. The Flash, because his real power wasn’t super-speed; his speed was a tool he used, but his real power was that he was smart – he outsmarted his opponents. Green Lantern worked on two levels. First, he had a ring that was functionally magic; if he could think of it, the ring could do it. Second, and more importantly, the ring ran on willpower. He had to bring resolve to the fight, to dig in and hold on and never give up, because if he didn’t, the ring would fail. He kept that willpower up through something completely unique to comics: his daily oath.
Our friend Pol Rua explains why, even after the new day heralded by REBIRTH, DC Comics is still making the same stupid mistakes.
Gather round, kids; kindly Uncle Greg needs to lay down a few hard truths about getting your work published.