August 29, 2009 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Pfft, Okay, everyone knows that headlines should be written by poets not film school drop outs so don’t judge me for this one. But I come bearing gifts – fresh from today’s Toronto Fan Expo’s DC Universe Panel DC’s biggest alpha male (seriously, you should see this guy work a room, I want to hire him to be the MC…

August 29, 2009 / / Reviews Comments closed

Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:23 amWest Coast Blues is the first book resulting from Fantagraphics’ recently announced commitment to bring more work from French new wave creator Jacques Tardi. Tardi has long been one of the most highly regarded artists in Europe, Art Spiegelman writer/artist of the award-winning Maus, has heaped numerous praises on him calling him…

While the solicitations indicate it’s all about the return of Superboy Prime to the DC Universe, Adventure Comics #4 (written by Geoff Johns and drawn by CBD Favourite Francis Manapul.) is according to comic-doms very own Perez Hilton* Rich Johnson has found at that for all your Blackest Night fans Adventure Comics #4 might be as important as Superman Beyond…

August 27, 2009 / / Championing Comics Comments closed

Last updated on February 27th, 2012 at 01:36 pm Warren Ellis once said, sometime, somewhere long ago that, “the idea of superheroes dominating comic books was as ludicrous as all novels only being written about nurses.” What he means is that we have in ‘sequential art’ is a intelligent and groundbreaking medium that can tell wonderful stories, but we tend…

August 27, 2009 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Last updated on October 1st, 2011 at 11:37 amI could easily go on and on about how great this issue is – but let’s be honest, it works best if I just let you click the picture. Morrison is making Damian into a great character, one that’s come a long way from the worrisome Mary-Sue he could have been. But…

August 27, 2009 / / CBD Interviews Comments closed

Last updated on May 2nd, 2017 at 02:48 pmWelcome ladies and gentlemen to the first installment of ComicBookDaily’s creator profiles and interviews. We recently had the great pleasure of speaking with Chris Giarusso; the creator of the Mini Marvels for Marvel and G-Man for image comics. We talk about all sorts of things, from how he got his start at…

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Last updated on June 3rd, 2013 at 11:47 amWe’ll be uploading all of our audio interviews and the Comic Culture weekly radio show starting in September.

Yes, you know that your chosen hobby has reached the big leagues of diamonds, gold bars and other bling bling when drug dealers launder their profits through the purchase of vintage comics. According to the Denver Post; these dealers;  “used classic “Batman” and “Superman” covers to hide drug profits…” More after the link. They mentioned the books being in “plastic…

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Do you want to know why I’m putting Kirby dots (sometimes known as Kirby crackle) as our first entry in Why I Heart Comics? Because Kirby Dots are like foreshadowing that something awesome is going to happen. Kirby dots are named after Jack Kirby, perhaps one of the most influential comic artists ever, of all gifts that Mr. Kirby has…