• No Mercy! Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues #1

    No Mercy! Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues #10

    Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues #1 Luis Antonio Delgado (colorist), Kagan McLeod (artist, cover artist), Denton J. Tipton (writer), Neil Uyetake (letterer) IDW Publishing October 9, 2019 IDW’s Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues #1 is the beginning of what will be a miniseries giving Karate Kid nerds like myself the story of the ultimate

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  • Remembering St. Mark’s Comics: Transitioning In the Comic Shop

    Remembering St. Mark’s Comics: Transitioning In the Comic Shop2

    It’s early 2018. A middle-aged woman wanders into St Mark’s Comics looking to buy a book for her teenage son who likes Marvel movies. I pick out a couple trades featuring the Avengers and Spider-Man and tell her why I like them and she buys one and thanks me. She asks if I’ve ever worked

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  • WWAC Asks: WonderCon 2019 Edition

    WWAC Asks: WonderCon 2019 Edition0

    WonderCon was a blur this year, but for WWAC’s new convention column, WWAC Asks, I trekked the artist alley and posed a question… “If you could work with any artist or writer, dead or alive who would it be and why?”

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  • More of a Whimper Than a Roar With DC Ink’s Mera: Tidebreaker

    More of a Whimper Than a Roar With DC Ink’s Mera: Tidebreaker0

    Mera: Tidebreaker Stephen Byrne (artist), David Calderon (colours), Danielle Paige (writer) and Joshua Reed (letterer) DC Ink (a DC Comics imprint) April 2, 2019 In March 2015, I hosted a Gotham Academy roundtable featuring five book bloggers. We discussed their limited experience with comics, if the series was great for newbies, and if they would

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  • The Super Sons Take on the PolarShield Project

    The Super Sons Take on the PolarShield Project0

    Super Sons: The PolarShield Project Book #1 Ile Gonzalez (artist), Ridley Pearson (writer) and Saida Temofonte (letterer) DC Zoom (a DC Comics imprint) April 2, 2019 In March 2015, I hosted a Gotham Academy roundtable featuring five book bloggers. We discussed their limited experience with comics, if the series was great for newbies, and if

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  • An Interview With Sarah Stern, Comics Person

    An Interview With Sarah Stern, Comics Person0

    Sarah Stern has provided the rich color work I’ve appreciated in many BOOM! titles, including Goldie Vance and Giant Days. At FlameCon this summer, I was excited to meet her and to be introduced to her webcomic, Cindersong. Sarah, whose business card reads, “Comics Person,” balances between solo work on Cindersong and color work on various

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