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DC: The New MAD Magazine SDCC Panel

With a history dating back to its founding by Harvey Kurtzman and William Gaines in 1952, MAD has released over 500 issues, countless reprint specials, original paperbacks, and has featured art and humor from some of the greatest artists and writers to ever take part of the medium, from Wally Wood, Jack Davis, Will Elder,[...]

The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Maybe Tom Show SDCC Panel

The answer, sadly is no, but that didn't stop a full room of people from having grand old time listening to Groo The Wanderer artist Sergio Aragones, writer Mark Evanier, and letterer Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo) be in classic form for this SDCC panel They started the panel sharing what was coming up for Groo[...]

Groo: Play of Gods

Exclusive Advance Preview Of Groo: Play Of The Gods #3

Dark Horse has sent as an exclusive advance preview of Sergio Aragones's newest issue of the iconic warrior Groo: Play of the Gods #3 includes lands full of gold, pirates who want the gold, and clergymen who are willing to use torture to convert people to their beliefs — like Europe used to be Oh,[...]


'Groo: Play of the Gods #2' Review: Converting The Masses

Even without Groo, it looks like their plans may not have been that well put together, especially for the clergymen, whom are having trouble converting the natives.Meanwhile, the gods continue their debate over how responsible Diothos is for his followers.Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier have put together another highly entertaining story with this one[...]

The Mark, Sergio, Stan, And Tom Show SDCC Panel: "Fancy Volumes" On The Way For Groo

Bleeding Cool's Christine Marquet reports from The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Tom Show Panel: This Thursday afternoon,The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Tom Show panel took place at San Diego Comic-Con 2017. From Sergio's flavorful reminiscing of life early in his career to Mark's spilling his water (which needed attention before the conversation could continue), the trio shared a warm […]

Exclusive Sneak Peek: Sergio Aragones' Groo: Fray of the Gods #4

You have to appreciate that the solicitation text even calls it on the mini-series format.GROO: FRAY OF THE GODS #4 Writer: Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier Artist / Cover: Sergio Aragones Colorist: Tom LuthIt’s the last issue of a four-issue Groo miniseries, and we all know what that leads to: the first issue (coming soon) of the next four-issue Groo miniseries[...]

MAD Magazine Offers Up A Holiday Gift Bag

They've been the home for some incredibly talented artist and writers through the years like Sergio Aragones, Paul Coker, Jack Davis and Wally Wood Most everyone has at one point or another looked through a copy of the magazine and gotten a few laughs.Now, their current publisher DC Entertainment is doing a MAD Holiday Gift[...]

National Cartoonists Society To Hold Annual Original Art Auction

Proceeds from the auction go to the NCS Foundation, the part of the NCS that focuses on raising money to help aspiring cartoonists with education and scholarships and to provide financial assistance to cartoonists and their families in times of hardship.The auction includes the work of artists like: Bruce Timm, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Bill Morrison, Dan[...]

Exclusive Dark Horse Previews – Usagi Yojimbo #159 And Groo: Fray Of The Gods #3

We start off with Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo #159 and then we have Sergio Aragones' Groo: Fray of the Gods #3 Both of these books will hit comic shops on November 23rd.USAGI YOJIMBO #159 Writer: Stan Sakai Artist: Stan Sakai Cover Artist: Stan SakaiDuring his travels, the rabbit ronin comes across a little girl cowering behind[...]

SDCC '15: Quick Draw Panel With Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier, And More

By Joshua StoneThe annual Quick Draw panel at SDCC is always one of my favorites, and that is for two reasons - Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier Aragones can draw anything and make it funny and have it done faster than you can blink He and Evanier's banter is always fun and it is clearly[...]

SDCC '15: The Final Sergio And Mark Panel Announces Groo/Tarzan

I am at San Diego Comic Con at one of my favourite regular panels, The Sergio And Mark Show. And it is to be its last. Cue shock and horror from those who have been here for many, many years. In fact, I don't think some of us actually leave the room from year to […]

No Rest For The Lazy – Preview Groo: Friends And Foes #6 From Dark Horse

Sergio Aragones is the delight of any convention he attends, and the fact that the comic Groo is still running, probably the first comic book I ever read, is even more delightful to me There is quite simply nothing like it that lampoons so effectively whatever aspect of human life strikes Sergio's fancy at any[...]

Wanderers, Spies, Magicians, And Jungle Folk – Preview Dark Horse Presents #9

Dark Horse Presents #9 lands on April 15th, bringing us a fresh dose of multi-genre goodness and more GROO. It even has a Groo-licious cover this time. I can't even believe the detail work on those spears! Contributors to DHP #9 include: Fred Van Lente, Alex de Campi, Victor Santos, Mike Grell, Brendan McCarthy, Mark […]

Swipe File: Sergio Aragonés And Sergio Aragonés On Star Wars

This is the cover to Dark Horse's Sergio Aragonés Stomps Star Wars. And this is his Marvel cover for Star Wars #2, replacing the Berkeley Breathed cover, and delayed a few weeks as a result, from In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may […]

Sergio Aragonés Replaces Berkeley Breathed On Star Wars #2 Variant

We told you that Berkeley Breathed was, sadly, no longer lined up to draw the "Breathed Variant" cover of Star Wars #2. Well, replacing him it seems, is one Sergio Aragonés. Sergio has a proud history drawing Star Wars, offically… …and unofficially. Je Suis Sergio.