While it’s great fun to interview established comics creators, it’s also wonderful to talk with up-and-coming talent in the industry. This week, I chat with Richard Rivera, the creator of the new Stabbity Bunny independent comic. FULL DISCLOSURE: I did help with the editing on this comic, but Richard developed the concept, and that drew me in!
First things first! FULL DISCLOSURE: I did help by working as an editor on this book, making sure that all the commas were in the right places and such. And the creator of this comic is a close friend of mine. But the following review will focus on the parts that I did NOT work on, including the plot, the art and the coloring.
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It’s time once again for many of us who contribute and work for Major Spoilers to sit down and share what we are most thankful for this year.
We love it when fans create cool things based on the characters and setting of Critical Hit: A Major Spoilers Dungeons and Dragons podcast. @CrimsBacon (aka John aka That Guy What Dresses As Randus), whipped up a number of character cards to give to your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
This is wrong (and great) on so many levels… watch it now.
Press Release In an unprecedented initiative for a comic book publisher, Archie Comics, the home of Archie, Betty, Veronica, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Josie and the Pussycats, and many more, has donated over one million dollars worth of children’s books to the Toys For Tots program, as reported by USA TODAY. The not-for-profit charity organization is dedicated to providing less fortunate children with toys for Christmas. Archie Comics is proud to be part of this mission.
If you are like us, you’ve already filled your belly with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce. While I like fresh, homemade cranberry sauce, it was my grandfather who taught me you can appreciate cranberry sauce from a can. I also remember that after eating at my grandparents house as a kid we would all pass out in a Triptafen induced coma, until my grandmother called us all back to the table for pumpkin pie. I’m thankful that I had those times with them all those years ago. Today, I’m thankful for so many things (some of them you
What is a holiday without traditions? Though we enjoy Thanksgiving with all its bird eating and cranberry stuffing funs, the best part of the fourth Thursday in November is sitting down with my collected editions of Asterix to see what adventures the Gaul is getting into this year. And because traditions generally tie to events from the previous year, what better Asterix book to look at than Asterix and the Goths from 1963, a book that has very close ties to last year’s Retro Review of Asterix and the Golden Sickle.
Everyone at Major Spoilers is taking a little time off this week to spend time with family, friends, and fans, so we thought we’d take this moment to share what we are thankful for this year.