• Interview with Caldecott Winner Erin Stead

    Interview with Caldecott Winner Erin Stead

    Erin Stead’s artwork is just beautiful. You can frame pages from any children’s book she has illustrated and you are looking at a piece of strong stand-alone art. Even zooming in on minor images does not detract from the effect. Take a look for yourself: The large images are gorgeous:And close-ups of the details from

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  • Mighty Marvel Monday: Bye, Steve

    Mighty Marvel Monday: Bye, Steve

    Happy post-4th, American Marvellites! Hope you all had a great holiday (or didn’t, if you aren’t in America/don’t care) and are just sitting around thinking about Chris Evans wearing spandex, like a true patriot.

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  • Crime Comic Review: Amy Devlin, Lost and Found

    Crime Comic Review: Amy Devlin, Lost and Found

    Amy Devlin, Lost and Found Christina Weir (W) Nunzio DeFilippis (W) T J Kirsch (A) Oni Press I mentioned on our twitter that despite my love of prose and television crime stories, I don’t feel much pull from graphic crime fiction. I don’t know if my lack of interest is real, I don’t know if

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  • Nostalgia Nexus: Fire and Luck

    Nostalgia Nexus: Fire and Luck

    Excalibur Series Chris Claremont (W) Alan Davis (A) Marvel So, I started reading Excalibur mainly due to a girl crush on Rachel Summers. She was bad ass, clad in red leather and spikes, with the power to devour worlds. But add in Kitty Pride, her dragon Lockheed, and Nightcrawler? Yeah. I’m there.

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  • Deep Gravity Preview: Jettisoning Your Space Stalker

    Deep Gravity Preview: Jettisoning Your Space Stalker

    We don’t tend to post previews, because you can get them just about anywhere. Boring! I’m making an exception, because America-centric pop culture fandom is a mess this week, videos of violent attacks on trans women are circling and being +liked, world culture is suffering for America’s SCOTUS having decided that corporations can persecute women through the

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  • The DC Daily Planet: Tie-ins and Teases

    The DC Daily Planet: Tie-ins and Teases

    Happy Independence Day to those of our readers in the USA, and happy Friday to everyone else! To start you off on this best of all weekdays, we’ve got new-new books, new-old shows, and an apparently never-ending stream of Batman to discuss: it’s the DC Daily Planet!

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  • Interview: Courtney Hahn, Co-Creator of Podunk

    Interview: Courtney Hahn, Co-Creator of Podunk

    Courtney Hahn is doing excellent work in all age comics. She’s been webcomicing, drawing, and guest-posting like a boss. Her illustrations are bright, happy, and clever. Even the ideas behind the comics make me smile. Like Uni-puppy. It’s a puppy unicorn. There is everything to love about that. I met Courtney at last weekend’s Kids

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  • Short & Sweet: Archie, Uncanny X-Men, Silver Surfer, and More!

    Short & Sweet: Archie, Uncanny X-Men, Silver Surfer, and More!

    Trees #1 Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Jason Howard Image Comics It almost goes without saying that we are in a glorious heyday of great science fiction comics with books like Saga, Manhattan Projects, and East of West on the stands.  Now Warren Ellis has thrown his hat in the mix with Trees and an opening

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