Panel Patter Gives Respect to Jaime Hernandez & Love and Rockets

Panel Patter Gives Respect to Jaime Hernandez & Love and Rockets Head on over to Panel Patter for Scott Cederlund’s poignant (and rather timely) take on the ever seminal, transcendent and legendary Love and Rockets: The Death of Speedy by the great cartoonist Jaime Hernandez (one-half of the writer/artist creators of the 35 years-plus old series published by Fantagraphics Books). The final pages of this … Continue reading Panel Patter Gives Respect to Jaime Hernandez & Love and Rockets

LINKAGE: Sound on Sight | Terrence Sage Reviews Teen Titans #8

So my young geeky pal Terrence Sage is coming of age right before my eyes.  He’s a senior in high school this year (he and I, along with a handful of other geeky dudes, met via Twitter a few years back during his sophomore year).  He’s a highly enthusiastic comics and geek pop culture-loving young man who’s now dipped his toe into the comics journalism … Continue reading LINKAGE: Sound on Sight | Terrence Sage Reviews Teen Titans #8

Interview: Writer MATT FRACTION talks #SEXCRIMZ and #HAWKEYE

  An interview on Pop Mythology with the awesome Matt Fraction talking about the stellar series Sex Criminals (Image) one of my absolute favorites, and Hawkeye (Marvel), one of my new favorite series — yeah, I’m a little late to that particular party. Check it out.  MATT FRACTION TALKS #SEXCRIMS and #HAWKEYE   Continue reading Interview: Writer MATT FRACTION talks #SEXCRIMZ and #HAWKEYE

Linkage: From Horse to Mouse – Speculating the STAR WARS Comics Transfer

Over at Bleedingcool.com is an article I wrote speculating on Star Wars comics life after Dark Horse, wondering Marvel which writers could be a good fit to try their hand at penning the further adventures of Luke Skywalker and company. At the end of the article, I ask: Who do you want to see writing Star Wars comics for Marvel? Check out the article via … Continue reading Linkage: From Horse to Mouse – Speculating the STAR WARS Comics Transfer

1st Issue Fetish + Linkage: Robot 6 FURIOUS Interview with Bryan J.L. Glass & Victor Santos

Dark Horse Comics has been amping up things as one of the go-to independent publishers for creator-owned properties. I know it’s in no small part due to Scott Allie’s appointment as Editor-in-Chief (whom I’ve met through a friend who happens to be DHC’s Director of Marketing). Allie’s a sharp guy and a brilliant editor and DHC has really been benefitting from his leadership. This one looks … Continue reading 1st Issue Fetish + Linkage: Robot 6 FURIOUS Interview with Bryan J.L. Glass & Victor Santos

Broken News Update: Bleeding Cool says DEADLY CLASS #1 is Top Reorder

I wasn’t kidding when I said in my earlier post that ya better make sure you have your local retailer preorder/hold you a copy of Rick Remender’s DEADLY CLASS #1. Although it will be a fast seller, it looks like retailers are on the ball with advance reorders. LINKAGE: Rich Johnston of Bleeding Cool reports (with chart evidence) Continue reading Broken News Update: Bleeding Cool says DEADLY CLASS #1 is Top Reorder

Linkage: CBR Interviewed John Raffo’s about ‘The 7th Sword’ (featuring art by Nelson Blake II)

Artwork by Andrew C. Robinson Somewhere back in my 2011 journalism archives is an in-depth interview I did with Top Cow’s Nelson Blake II, the artist of The 7th Sword. His line art is immaculately clean and has recently been featured in such titles as Witchblade and The Magdalena. Not only is Blake an artist on the rise, he’s also a fellow metalhead guitarist and all-round … Continue reading Linkage: CBR Interviewed John Raffo’s about ‘The 7th Sword’ (featuring art by Nelson Blake II)