Press Release Eisner and Harvey award-winning cartoonist Scott Kurtz (PvPonline.com) is mining his many years spent both in front of and behind a D&D® Dungeon Master’s screen to bring us his brand new comic series, Table Titans.
Welcome to our first episode! Scott Scott Marc and Stephen tackle Avengers vs X-Men and what is about to happen to Professor X. Liefeld and his blowup on twitter. DC and what they’ll do now that all the new 52 dust has settled, some Kickstarter comics talk. The Sixth Gun, The Grogan, Walking Dead 100, […]
So I’ve been hinting since March of this year that there was a project Scott Johnson and I were working on that we were waiting for the stars to align, and they finally have in a new monthly podcast from the Frogpants Podcast Network – Comic Dorks. Those who attended Nerdtacular 2012 got a few […]
A lot was being said last week regarding creator rights, Ghost Rider, Marvel, and the Gary Friedrich case. Amidst all the brouhaha and Internet screaming, one voice rose above the others with a bit of sensible advice – PvP creator, Scott Kurtz:
Scott Kurtz has announced that he is leaving Image Comics and Diamond Comic Distributors to return to self publishing with the next collected volume of PvP. “Over the last three years our business has shifted,” says Kurtz. “Sales through brick-and-mortar stores are declining and online sales are increasing. Readers who discovered PvP in comic shops […]
Here’s a great gift that goes to a good cause.Â Scott Kurtz has announced a 2010 wall calendar that features the plush version of his Skull the Troll at various locations around the world. Over the last three years Gary Arndt has been traveling with Skull the Troll to over 60 countries around the world. […]
The latest episode of The Variants went live a short while ago, and the episode features Scott Kurtz and Dave Crosland signing at the store. In case you missed it, you can check out the Major Spoilers Interview with the creators here.
Editor’s Note:Â The following is from the diary of Major Spoilers’ Number One Fan, Julian, as he adventures forth in an attempt to win the Major Spoilers’ Julian Challenge. As I write this, it is currently Thursday 9 PM, I just got back from a full day of walking and signatures at the 40th Anniversary […]
For the last two months I’ve been trying to nail Boom! Studios’ Chip Mosher down to get Shannon Wheeler back on the Major Spoilers Podcast to record the next installment of Comic Book Marketing 101. Chip was a little cryptic in his replies, and asked a time or two if I was going to be […]
I like comic book stores that really get into Free Comic Book Day (Saturday, May 2, 2009).Â Sure, having a gigantic selection of free comics is a good idea, but those stores that bring in special guests are cranking the event up to the next level.Â Take Zeus Comics for example; the store not only […]
BALTIMORE, MD (Feb. 17, 2009) — The Executive Committees of the Harvey Awards and the Baltimore Comic-Con are proud to present the official Nomination Ballot for this year’s Harvey Awards. Named in honor of the late Harvey Kurtzman, one of the industry’s most innovative talents, the Harvey Awards recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential […]
My jealousy for those able to attend all the great comic book convention continues to grow whenever I see the panel, signing, and booth schedules for the various publishers.Â Image Comics has sent its rundown, and there are plenty of things for Image fans to do this weekend. Throughout the convention the Image Comics booth […]
“I know there are plenty of web comic artists who are able to subsist on the income they make from their website, but they aren’t making money from their comics; they’re making money from merchandise. Not to belittle web-only comic artists, but when their income is derived from t-shirts, it makes them salesmen first, artists […]