Karl Kesel and David Hahn are doing another installment of Impossible Jones, and I tell you why you should support their Kickstarter. Hint: It’s really fun…
A new comics anthology magazine has just been launched in Croatia. I tell you all- well, no, more a like a little something – about it.
As AT&T’s attempt to acquire Warner grinds along, there are a great many rumors in the air, some going back as far as 2016, about the Warner monolith possibly being broken up and sold off in pieces, or some other massive restructuring for a variety of reasons. Those rumors got another boost this week, fueling endless speculation and fanboy conspiracy theories. Variations on the question “Is Warner selling DC to Marvel” have been popping up on Quora and Reddit for a few days now. So it seems like it’s up to us to clear up a few misconceptions.
Travis looks at cool Kickstarters, like new stuff from Karl Kesel, a new book from Unlikely Heroes, the complete Trekker, and a new Cerebus art portfolio.
We’re back (after far too long away), with discussion of DC shuttering Vertigo, Ink and Zoom; Brian Michael Bendis on Legion of Super-Heroes; the books spinning out of Heroes in Crisis; Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda; JJ and Henry Abrams and Sara Pichelli’s Spider-Man; the returns of Pretty Deadly and Battle Chasers and so much more – join us after the cut, why don’t you?
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.
When a person in the arts dies, we should celebrate their beautiful achievements. So let’s do that with Norm Breyfogle, the Batman artist’s Batman artist!