• Previously on Comics: Russ Heath, Comicsgate, Creator Advisor, and Supersuits

    Previously on Comics: Russ Heath, Comicsgate, Creator Advisor, and Supersuits0

    Welcome to the end of another busy week in comics! Every time I thought I had finally covered everything this week, something new popped up, which meant more writing for me but more interesting tidbits to read for you. With that in mind, let’s get this show on the road.

  • Crime and Patience: Witchblade Animated

    Crime and Patience: Witchblade Animated0

    Witchblade Animated was never an animated product. It was, as were many things from the Image founders’ personal studios and the American comic book industry of the later ’90s in general, a cypher, a simulacrum of a possibility or alternate reality. “Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a Witchblade cartoon (eventually there was) just

  • Last Minute Gift Guide: Books and Comics0

    • December 18, 2013

    Still shopping, huh? Don’t worry, we’ve got some ideas for you. We’ve held back on prices—availability, shipping, and prices vary so much—but rest assured, a wide variety of price points is represented. Today we’ve got book and comic book recommendations. Come back Friday for recommendations on geeky stuff and things.

  • News & Things: Is it still bestiality, if the turtle talks, and walks on two legs?0

    • October 15, 2013

    Welcome back to News & Things! Of course, this week we’ll all be digesting news from New York Comic Con, but here are some non-NYCC stories to cleanse your pallet! News IDW To Publish Parker Prose Novels With Illustrations by Darwyn Cooke You might recall that IDW publishes Cooke’s graphic adaptations of the Richard Stark/Donald Westlake noir

  • (late) Summer Reading

    (late) Summer Reading0

    • July 31, 2013

    Summer reading lists usually come out in late spring, early summer. Just as you’re starting to dream of a cold drink on a hot afternoon (or consuming your body weight in liquid, while being submerged in liquid, as one does). This ain’t no ordinary summer reading list though, it’s specifically, a late summer reading list,