Been a long time, we shouldn’t have left you without a dope… comics podcast to step to? NYCC was last weekend, and there’s a whole ton of news just waiting to be chewed over, so it would be rude of us not to do that, frankly. On the new House to Astonish, Paul and I remember Norm Breyfogle and Carlos Ezquerra, and talk about all the news out of New York Comic Con.
From where I sit, as a professional artist, cartoonist, occasional comics journalist, and comics reader of 50+ years, I see four areas in which the comics industry has at various times gone off the rails: Format, Content, Distribution, and Marketing. Each of these areas has been affected by a number of foolish, short-sighted, fear-driven decisions over an extended period of time, the cumulative effect of which has led to the current state of the industry.
The Survivors is Part 2 of the seven(?!) part story that gives us the first appearance of the classic Doctor Who villains known as the Daleks. As we saw in …
It’s time for Previews, so let’s get right to it!
The last column I did was about alcoholism and recovery, and the week before that, one about fair-play mysteries. This one combines both.
This is a follow on from the quick review of the first ever Doctor Who episode An Unearthly Child and I will be looking at the six episodes collectively known …
Former comic industry professional Irene Vartanoff, who was a staffer at both Marvel and DC back in the 1970s/early 1980s, penned two light-hearted super-hero novels: Temporary Superheroine and its sequel.