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1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die

1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die Universe Publishing – General Editor: Paul Gravett – Released: 2011   Coming in at over 900 pages of comics spanning 80+ years, 1001 COMICS YOU MUST READ BEFORE YOU DIE is a fantastic reference…

Sotheby’s Bande Dessinée July 4th

As part of Comic Book Daily’s look at auction highlights of original comic art we’re taking stock of Sotheby’s recent bande dessinée auction held in Paris on July fourth. This was the first Sotheby’s auction dedicated to comics work. Here’s…

Web Arted Jun 8th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days: Ditko, Adams, Kirby, Vermeer, Stokes, Quitely, Pope, Robbins, Hergé and more!

Artcurial June 2nd: Tintin

This is my first foray into Auction Highlights and I’m starting with material I have no point of reference for: Tintin art and original books in French. As such I’ll be declaring advantages based on the estimated selling prices and…

Suddenly/Meanwhile | Robot Sci-Fi Pulp Noir

Wherein Pete talks up Bryan Lee O'Malley, Jason Armstrong's Ferro City, the gang at ComicTwart and links you to a cool old Alex Toth story. Warning: Contains a Moebius gif that will destroy your mind and leave you feeling awesome.

Welcome to the Uncanny Valley Tintin!

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the theory of the Uncanny Valley, it  is that strange place in digital graphics where a human looks so almost real that it’s almost unsettling.  Here’s how 30 Rock explains it: Tracy:…

I Love Comics: Tintin

I Love Comics is a Monday to Friday examination of the many reasons why we here at Comicbookdaily.com love comics. Not all of them might be to your tastes, but hey – isn’t that the whole point of Comics? I…