Up at Heritage Auctions is, quite frankly, an incredible piece of original artwork celebrating the History of the DC Universe by those who made it. At the
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Dark Horse Comics has a thirty-year history in comics and manga, and along with that comes a great back catalog of fantastic comics. Here are my favorites
Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail
A couple weeks ago, Wayne Alan Harold held a fire sale on P. Craig Russell’s Salome And Other Stories Fine Art Edition. I bought one then for $50, and
Ainsel goes with Wednesday for a meeting in Las Vegas. Back in Lakeside, Ainsel tries to get used to life in the town. Does it make for a good read?
Dark Horse has sent us seven exclusive preview pages for American Gods: My Ainsel #3 from Neil Gaiman, P. Craig Russell, and Scott Hampton. Read them here!
The Blu-Ray and DVD edition of DC's Batman and Harley Quinn animated film has more going for it than a sex scene between Nightwing and Harley Quinn. One
DC's next animated movie may be taking a trip back to the past! According to some leaked art from the back of the DVD box for the Batman and Harley Quinn
Winner of numerous awards, Jones passed recently in 2011, so we take a moment to remember her life and art. Ray Flook brings up Philip Craig Russell, a classic artist with a long history of working on numerous elements of comic creation: I discovered Philip Craig Russell's work in 1987…and interestingly enough, it was through his inking of Mike[...]
So the panel started the way all panels should start, with cookies being passed out to the audience because it was Chris Ryall's birthday.
About a year ago I read American Gods for the first time. Or rather I listened to it, unabridged full-cast audio recording. I remember the opening very
Entertainment Weekly just broke the news, and it looks like the NYCC-week announcements are hitting hard early in the week this year. Dark Horse will
My first introduction to Michael Moorcok's character of Elric came when Marvel published Elric the Dreaming City as the second Marvel Graphic Novel back
A campaign has been launched on Indiegogo to help P. Craig Russell restore his original hand-colored art for The Dreaming City, an adaptation of the first
You may remember some time back, Bleeding Cool alerted you to the fact that P. Craig Russell was embarking on a major Sketchbook Archives project,