Where V. is happy that Nonplayer is back and you should be, too.
Where V. talks to Kelly Sue DeConnick about Barbarella.
Kurt Busiek took to the comments thread of an article on The Beat yesterday to settle the score on the sexualization of women in the comics industry.
L. had the distinct pleasure of attending a panel with some of the top female comic creators at Special Edition NYC.
Lindsey shares her time at MoCCA Art Fest, complete with a Fiona Staples interview!
Lindsey's thoughtful and in-depth interview with writer Joe Keatinge.
If you grew up loving comics, this anthology has your name on it.
Are your DC comics stained with tears? The Outhouse has an outlet for your pain.
V. chats with writer Kurtis Wiebe about his new series, Rat Queens AND has a 5-page preview ... just for you!
G3 talks to Gail Simone about Leaving Megalopolis, the writer-reader relationship, and the character - or characters - she'd like to be.
In which we ask Gail Simone about all of the things!
A regular at our Geek Lunch table, our friend CT talks to talented artist, Des Taylor. Taylor's retro style has a wonderful charm, and his rendering of Lois Lane is one of my favorites. So head on over to Nerd Lunch, check out the podcast and Taylor's art!
In the spring of 2011, “Nonplayer #1” (Image Comics) generated the kind of excitement that independent comics creators dream of. Written and illustrated by videogame concept artist Nate Simpson, the series introduced readers to Dana Stevens, a tamale delivery girl who escapes her mundane reality through the full-immersion online game “Warriors of Jarvath.” The praise … Continue reading Nate Simpson on ‘Nonplayer’ and the art of creative perseverance
A revealing clip from the fabulous-looking documentary Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, makes a powerful case for the necessity of this film. In a series of street interviews, people of both sexes begin rattling off the names of comic book characters, and not a single female comes up. Not even Wonder Woman. … Continue reading Wonder Women! Gives Heroines Their Due
Back in the Mesozoic era, I spent a lot of time reading newspaper comic strips. They were a natural source of entertainment for a kid who already loved comic books, and the Sunday funnies section in particular was a big, colorful treasure box. While I was partial to the more contemporary stuff like Bloom County … Continue reading G3 Interview: Rob Kelly of ‘Ace Kilroy’