We know Grant Morrison is in the comic industry, but did you know he is also IN comics? Take the jump to see!
The adventures of the gun-toting cowboys of days past have been a staple of Marvel Comics since the 1940s. But, what if the real story were a bit different from the four-color adventures we’ve read? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Blaze Of Glory #4 awaits!
The Baltimore Comic-Con welcomes industry giants David Finch, Barry Kitson, John Ostrander, Ethan Van Sciver, and Bernie Wrightson.
With the recent announcement of three more Star Wars movies on the horizon, I figured now would be as good of a time as any to try and dive back into the Star Wars universe. My first attempt at this venture is with Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi: Prisoner of Bogan #1. Will it bring back the same feeling of adventure and wonder I got as a child, gazing upon the George Lucas films for the first time? Find out in with your Major Spoilers review!
It makes me really happy to read about groups and organizations coming to the aid of comic creators who have fallen on some hard times.Â John Ostrander has been suffering from glaucoma for years, and a recent round of highly expensive surgeries have found the comic writer in a bit of financial trouble, as his insurance won’t pay for the corrective surgery. At the 2009 Chicago Comic-Con, we’ve joined forced with Wizard Entertainment to hold a charity auction the evening of Saturday August 8th. Our goal is to raise sufficient funds to help cover the costs of John’s treatments and
Press Release IDW Publishing, a leading publisher of comic books and graphic novels, has begun an innovative partnership with ComicMix.com, a free website offering new and classic comics. Through this multi-year agreement, IDW will publish graphic novels, books and comics for ComicMix.com properties, enabling both companies to expand their offerings to customers and retailers, and combine their audience reach. â€œComicMix has a great line up of original and classic brands that are currently only available online, and despite the shift to the virtual world, there is still something unmistakable about reading a real-life bookâ€ said Greg Goldstein, chief operating officer