Exclusive Interview: Body Music Writer And Artist Julie Maroh

In her first graphic novel, Blue Is The Warmest Color (Le Bleu Est une Couleur Chaude), writer and artist Julie Maroh told a coming-of-age love story about two women that took place over the course of a fourteen-year ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Anomaly The Rubicon Writer Skip Brittenham & Artist Brian Haberlin

In 2012, writer Skip Brittenham and artist Brian Haberlin took sci-fi comics into a different realm by not only publishing the book Anomaly with a cinematic horizontal landscape format, but by also including interactive elements and an App to show ...CONTINUE

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Kotobukiya Announce Justice League ARTFX+ Statues

Kotobukiya have announced that they will release a series of ARTFX+ statues based on the characters in the upcoming movie Justice League. The statues will be released individually this December and early next year. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Japanese Notebooks Author, Artist Igort

Though he’s been writing and drawing graphic novels for forty years, Italian author and artist Igort has only had a couple of his books published in the U.S. Which is a real shame because he’s clearly a unique talent, both ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Small Favors Writer, Artist Colleen Coover

Seventeen years after was first released, Colleen Coover’s sex-positive lesbian comic Small Favors is being celebrated with Small Favors The Definitive Girly Porno Collection (hardcover), which not only includes the comics from both released volumes of Small Favors ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Roughneck Author, Artist Jeff Lemire

Depending on which aisle of the comic book store you frequent most, you probably know writer and artist Jeff Lemire for such super heroic books as Hawkeye: Hawkeyes or Moon Knight: Lunatic, for his ongoing sci-fi series Descender, ...CONTINUE

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Funko Announce DC Comics Bombshell POP! Toys

Funko have announced that they’ll release a series of POP! toys based on DC Comics’ Bombshell books this February, a comic and toy series that reimagines such characters as Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn as if they were from the ...CONTINUE

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Doctor Strange Movie Review

In the comics, Doctor Strange, like Ant-Man and Thor, has often worked better as a supporting character or as the member of a group than on his own. Which is both sad and odd, since he’s a rather interesting guy. ...CONTINUE

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