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Loot Crate Unboxing July 2015 – Heroes 2 (SPOILERS)

A sunny Saturday morning in old London town and what does the postman bring? Something for the electoral register, cinema tickets, a magazine subscription and… the new Loot Crate! The July Heroes edition. So what's inside? [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCL7ETHE61w[/youtube] To recap, a Loot Crate exclusive Batman '66 Q-Pop figure with redrawable speech balloon against the Gotham set […]

SDCC '15: The Adventures Of Being A Cosplay Boyfriend

I've personally only cosplayed maybe once or twice during conventions, and I was comfortable the entire time because my outfits were relatively simple. I was the Tenth Doctor during the Long Beach Comic-Con one year (and another time at a Renaissance Faire, which some people were not amused), and Lobster Johnson another. Both my outfits […]

X'ed And Clandestino – Two New Comics From Black Mask In October 2015

As we ave noted, Black Mask Studios seems to be roaring through the charts, on the back of the success of We Are Not Alone, with much anticipation for Young Terrorists. And in October, two new titls to announce… From Tony Patrick and Ayhan Hayrula we get X'ed #1, a sci-fi thriller about a next-gen form of psychiatry: "subliminal […]

SDCC '15: Building A Fun Interview With Lego Brickumentary Artist Nathan Sawaya

At the end of July, A Lego Brickumentary will be released in theaters, on iTunes, and On Demand. Directed by filmmakers Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson, this fun documentary explores the history of the toy, as well as the vast amount of different uses for the Lego bricks, including in engineering, medicine, and even architecture. […]

SDCC '15: Shannon Watters Talks The Future Of Lumberjanes

When the comic Lumberjanes debuted back in 2014, it was originally meant to be an 8-issue mini-series from BOOM!, created by Shannon Watters, Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, and Brooke A. Allen that was aimed at younger female readers. After the first issue, it became apparent that it was a tremendous success, capturing the attention of […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism

When it comes to comics journalism, there are plenty of options available to the reader in this day and age. Websites dominate in this fast-paced new world, publishing articles and exclusive interviews with creators and publishers alike in mere minutes. Nowadays people are less likely to have meltdowns over social media in fear of making […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Publication Design

However, that’s not keeping me from being vocal regardless!Who is eligible to vote? Comic book/graphic novel/webcomic creators (writers, artists, cartoonists, pencillers, inkers, letterers, colorists All nominees in any category Comic book/graphic novel publishers and editors Comics historians and educators Graphic novel librarians Owners and managers of comic book specialty retail storesWho is not eligible to vote? Comics press or reviewers (unless they[...]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015- Best Lettering

If you don't even realize you're reading the word balloons or sound effects in a comic, then the letterer is doing a fantastic job leading you throughout the story by an invisible hand. The only time you really notice bad lettering is if it doesn't fit inside the balloon properly, the font is something similar […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Coloring

When coloring, it's always a good idea to use a scheme that appropriately matches the tone of the comic. One does not color Batman in rainbow attire (unless written that way by Morrison), but rather in the traditional black, dark blues, and grays. Color can make or break a comic, and really helps make the […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Penciller/Inker

I recently got back into sketching after an extremely long hiatus, and it feels good creating something from nothing. Am I any good? Hardly, but I'm not looking to get paid to do it for a living. It's very gratifying to sketch, and takes some practice to get certain shapes and figures to form. I […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Writer/Artist

It's hard being the best at something. Some people struggle for years to be the best artist or writer, putting in countless hours of work for little or no results. But to be the best at writing and illustration? It's a balancing act making sure one doesn't outshine the other, while keeping things entertaining for […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Writer

Today's category is for Best Writer, one of the major categories of the Eisners. Stories and series start with an idea, and a talented writer is capable of taking something simple and running with it, expanding upon it and making it something earth-shattering and memorable. It's not just the story that's important, it's the collaboration […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best U.S. Edition Of International Material

While the American comics scene is highly regarded, it's always nice to be reminded of what good storytelling sans superheroes and world-shattering events looks like. Sometimes it's enjoyable to just lose oneself in a good European comic, preferably translated. Then again, some are still easy to follow if they haven't been translated because they let […]

DC Comics' Full September 2015 Solicitations – Just The Words

Here are the full listings for DC Comics solicitations for September 2015, ahead of their official publication later this week How we came by such information? I think you know...[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzGNgW6xPbc[/youtube]As well as the final issues of Sandman Overture, Flash Season Zero and Arrow Season 2.5, there's plenty dig into[...]