• DC PUBWATCH: the Solicitation Situation

    DC PUBWATCH: the Solicitation Situation0

    So, I’ve been behind on getting you guys Rebirth Roundups, and I apologize on that front. I’ll be coming back soon, with a slightly revised format, but for now I want to talk about all the big changes coming in June from DC Comics. Lots of titles are changing hands, and most for the better.

  • Lois Lane Thrills In Triple Threat

    Lois Lane Thrills In Triple Threat0

    Lois Lane: Triple Threat  Gwenda Bond Switch Press May 2017 In many cultures three is a magic number but in my experience, however, the number three can be a bit of a curse for book and movie sequels. The first iteration of a story is good, maybe even groundbreaking, and sets expectations that the sequel needs

  • Good Things Come In Threes with Lois Lane: Triple Threat

    Good Things Come In Threes with Lois Lane: Triple Threat1

    • August 4, 2016

    We’ve been supporting author Gwenda Bond’s Lois Lane series on the site because we believe in this whip smart iconic girl reporter, and it’s unthinkable for someone like Lois to not lead a series of her own. With Lois Lane: Fallout and Lois Lane: Double Down being embraced by readers and earning starred reviews, Switch Press—the Young

  • Review–Superman: Lois Lane One Shot

    Review–Superman: Lois Lane One Shot3

    Superman: Lois Lane Marguerite Bennet Emanuela Lupachina, Megan Ketrick, Ig Guara, Diogenes Neves The first thing I noticed about this one shot was the majority female storytelling team. The second thing I noticed was the shining filament of connectivity with previous versions of Lois Lane. Even though this is The New 52! (complete with exclamation

  • News & Things: Marvels, Miracles, and McBain0

    • December 10, 2013

    News ‘Marvels & Monsters’ Exhibit Explores Comics’ Portrayal of Asians Art exhibition to examine the various depictions of Asian characters in comics, such as SHIELD’s Jimmy Woo and stereotypical villain the Yellow Claw. Ed Piskor Talks Hip Hop Family Tree The Washington Post interviews Ed Piskor about Hip Hop Family Tree, his graphic novel about

  • Interview With Dean Trippe3

    Dean Trippe is the kind of creator with such an obvious passion for comics, it’s enough to make the most dedicated of fans feel lazy. We all dislike a character costume at some point, but have you ever inspired a campaign of redesigns amongst fellow artists and fans like Dean Trippe did?  I would love