As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week I had the chance to interview Andi Watson, creator of Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula. We talk about Princess Decomposia from First Second Books, the delectable delicacies throughout the book, and other upcoming projects.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review The Life After by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Gabo from Oni Press. While it’s a little dark and macabre, it’s definitely full of dark humor and that sense of adventure throughout.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula by Andi Watson from First Second Books. Focusing on an overworked princess who is solely responsible of running the kingdom, it dabbles in everything from proper management training to undead love in the Underworld.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review the first three issues of Terrible Lizard by Cullen Bunn and Drew Moss from Oni Press. An imaginative all-ages tale of a girl and her T-Rex versus mutated monsters from beyond!
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Possessions, Book Four by Ray Fawkes from Oni Press. The art in this all-ages book is hands down the strongest of the series so far, and Gurgazon’s path of destruction is beautifully executed every page.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week I wrote an article on the announcement of the latest George R.R. Martin book, The Winds of Winter, not being released in 2015. Instead, we get some illustrated A Song of Ice and Fire stories this October. So it’s not all that bad, right?
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week I had the chance to interview Nate Powell, artist extraordinaire. We talk about March: Book Two from Top Shelf Productions, working with Congressman Lewis, and possible upcoming projects.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review The Sculptor by Scott McCloud from First Second Books. It’s a beautiful book with a delightful story, as if McCloud knew all about creating a comic book going into the project or something. He practices what he’s been preaching for years, forever immortalizing himself in the pantheon of comic book greats. My interview with McCloud can be found here.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week I wrote an article in response to an Los Angeles Times article proposing the idea that the San Diego Comic-Con might move to another city. In my opinion, it’s never going to, and examine some of the other contending cities.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review March: Book Two by Rep. John Lewis & Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell from Top Shelf Productions. The second volume follows the tumultuous years of 1961-1963, with the Freedom Riders, jail time, and the March on Washington! Such a powerful read, much like the first book. My review of March: Book One can be found here.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week I had the most fortunate chance to interview Scott McCloud, the man who has helped us understand, reinvent, and make comics. We talk about his upcoming new graphic novel The Sculptor from First Second Books, and what his next project is.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review The Untamed graphic novel by Sebastian A. Jones and Peter Bergting from Stranger Comics. Jones provides the reader the depth and history needed throughout The Untamed, showing that his epic dark fantasy comic is miles apart from the rest out there.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Bad Machinery Vol. 3: The Case of the Simple Soul by John Allison from Oni Press. This collection was hands-down one of my favorite reads of 2014. Allison’s one-two combo of storytelling and art packs a tremendously fun punch, making it not only accessible but enjoyable for all-ages.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Orphan Blade by M. Nicholas Almand and Jake Myler from Oni Press. While Almand is unfortunately no longer with us, it shows that he was a man full of brilliant ideas and a passionate world builder in the medium of comics.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Ciudad by Ande Parks, Joe & Anthony Russo, and Fernando Leon Gonzalez from Oni Press. It’s definitely an action-packed kind of comic, with car chases and shoot-outs aplenty.