Today at the annual ComicsPRO meeting in Portland, the St. Louis based publisher of “comics for everyone” announces the publication of Gene Ha’s Mae.
[WWCC’16] Bruce Timm, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, and Gene Ha headed to Wizard World New Orleans
Bruce Timm (“Harley Quinn,” “Batman: The Animated Series”), Jimmy Palmiotti (“Monolith,” “21 Down”), Amanda Conner (“The Pro,” “Codename Knockout”), Peter Kuper (“SPY vs. SPY,” “World War 3”), Gene Ha (“Justice League,” “Batman”), Billy Martin (“TMNT,” lead guitarist, Good Charlotte), Rafa Sandoval (“Action Comics,” “Catwoman”), Tom Cook (“He-Man,” “Superfriends”), Sara Richard (“My Little Pony,” “Jem and the Holograms”), Christos Gage and Ruth Fletcher Gage (Writer – [Netflix] “Daredevil”) are among the leading comics artists and writers scheduled to attend Wizard World Comic Con New Orleans, January 8-10. It is the sixth visit to the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center for Wizard
Despite common, non-comic reader misconception, comics are more than just underwear perverts boxing with villains. Exhibit A is this title: Fables, which is near the top of my list of comics to recommend to comic book newbs. But after 122 issues (has it really been ten years?) is there a bottom to the public domain well from which Bill Willingham is drawing? Or can he re-contextualize the classic tales ad infinitum? Broaden your mind, after the jump.
C2E2 is finally over, and Jimmy files this report on the events that took place on Sunday.
Next week, Action Comics #3 arrives in comic book stores, and it features the last days of the planet Krypton. It also features a variant cover by Gene Ha that gives us our first look at the new Krypto.
Just when things seemed like they couldn’t get any worse for Benjamin, and Tara, the beastly creatures of The Pride show up to make sure they don’t make it off Earth alive. Will this cadre of hostile alien foes spell certain doom for our intrepid heroes?