I’m always fascinated by the reaction of “mainstream” commentators who talk about comics as a result of San Diego Comic-Con. After all, it’s the one week of the year when just about everyone wants to talk comics!
Archaia, an imprint of award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios, is pleased to announce the culmination of 10 years of David Petersen’s beloved Mouse Guard in The Art of Mouse Guard: 2005-2015.
It’s been a busy time here at Wayne’s Comics Podcast HQ! First, I enjoyed a great weekend at the Heroes Convention in North Carolina. Then I returned home to prepare for the 2015 Florida Supercon near Miami. I only had a day or two between, and my plans for a new interview fell through when my access to the Internet was lost for the foreseeable future! Rather than skip a week, I thought I’d present two “classic” interviews with David Petersen from Mouse Guard. The first took place at a Baltimore Comic-Con and happened on the convention floor. The other
Press Release In July, Archaia, an imprint of BOOM! Studios, will release The Art of Mouse Guard 2005-2015, a beautiful, oversized hardcover that chronicles and celebrates 10 years of David Petersen’s award-winning, best-selling series.
Press Release Return to the June Alley Inn for tales of courage and adventure this March as Archaia, an imprint of award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios, presents the latest addition to David Petersen’s Eisner and Harvey Award-winning Mouse Guard series, Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard Volume 3. Following two award-nominated volumes, and in celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Mouse Guard, this four-issue series collects brand-new tales (and tails) from a mix of some of the biggest creators and some of the brightest new talents in comics, including Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon), Mark Buckingham (Fables), Dustin Nguyen (Descender), Ramón K.
Times are tough and comics can be expensive! We here at Major Spoilers understand that and we know that many people are trade waiters. We want to help you make the most informed buying decision concerning collected editions.
It’s easy to get the comics you want from DC and/or Marvel. Often, local comics shops will arrange the new books so that either or both DC and Marvel are at the front of the line, so to speak. You get their books before you can even begin to check out the product from other companies.
The comics industry has always recognized that they need new readers to keep the business going. After all, those of us who have been reading comics for decades aren’t always going to be here to make our weekly jaunts to the local comics shop, as sad as it is to point that out. Most recently, DC launched the New 52 and Marvel began Marvel NOW in order to create places where fans who haven’t been reading their books for a long time could find a “jumping on” point and give comics a shot.