Megan Levens is a busy lady. Her creator-owned (with writer Jamie S. Rich), series Madame Frankenstein recently wrapped up at Image Comics and will be out in trade paperback next month, she and Rich are also paired up on the digital first series Ares and Aphrodite being released weekly from Oni Press, Inc and this week she takes over art duties for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 series over at Dark Horse (Megan’s work begins in issue #11).
Welcome to Inside Astro City, a column focusing on the Vertigo Comics series Astro City from Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross. Each month, we’ll take a look at the current issue of the series, and ask series writer Kurt Busiek questions about the book. Let’s jump into issue 18! This is a spoiler-filled column, so if you have not yet read the issue you might want to come back later. You can find the issue at your local comic book shop or you can download it from Comixology here.
Jeremy Owen is an independent comic book writer, artist and half the creative force behind Burly Press. He has drawn pinups for Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever, provides art for The Red Shirt Diaries companion webcomic A Night in the Enterprise and is presently self-publishing his semi-autobiogrphical superhero comic Bludgeon.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – Is Marvel making a movie based on Civil War? What happens when Tesla and Lovecraft team up? Is Batman ready to face the Joker? Why is Terra Battle so engaging? All this, plus we ask the big question, “Why is Hollywood stupid?”
Joëlle Jones, with writer Cullen Bunn, launched the second series in their Helheim series titled Brides of Helheim on Wednesday, October 1st. In the past Jones has contributed art to Madame Frankenstein, the long-running series Fables and Eisner-nominated series Madame Xanadu. Jones is also widely known for work on fan favourite projects Token (as part of the Minx imprint), and Zack Whedon’s Doctor Horrible comic book adaptation.
Welcome to Inside Astro City, a column focusing on the Vertigo Comics series Astro City from Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross. Each month, we’ll take a look at the current issue of the series, and ask series writer Kurt Busiek questions about the book. Let’s jump into issue 15!
As announced at the San Diego Comic-Con, Panini America is bringing back the Dragon Ball Z card collecting game. Shane Pelzel sat down with Aik Tongtharadol, the lead designer for the game and 2001 World Champion from the original Score Dragon Ball CCG.
It’s a very special episode this week, featuring my interview with comics writer/artist extraordinaire Dan Jurgens! He’s a busy guy these days, working on DC’s weekly Futures End as well as Aquaman and the Others. We talk about how he and the other creators make these excellent titles happen, and even discuss a favorite character of mine he developed that makes an appearance in The Multiversity #1! Don’t miss it! Next week, there’ll be another fun chat with a great comics creator as we count down to episode #150!
Comic book writer Caleb Monroe tells us about his future projects and what it’s like writing the Peanuts comic book.
Caleb Monroe has 1 minute to convince the internet why they should read Steed and Mrs. Peele by BOOM STUDIOS! GO! Thanks to Jason Inman for sharing taking the time to do this interview.