Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Did Stan Lee write standing up? Which comic artist used to keep one foot in a bucket of ice water to keep himself awake on overnight deadlines? What famous Superman cover original was pulled out of a trash bin moments before the garbage man came? And why are artists drawing on bowling pins?
You can find out these answers, plus 96 more over at Newsarama.com. So durned big, we hadda run it in three segments! See Part 1 here, Part 2, and hey, bring it on home with Part 3.
Read it today; you'll be glad you did!
Monday, January 2, 2017
|Some of Joe Quesada's storyboards for Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.|
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
|Patrick Brower of Challengers Comics|
Read Patrick's story here at the mighty icv2.com.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
|Kingdom Come, one of 1996's blockbusters|
Didn't we mention 1996 was a crazy year? So much so, that we had to beak our 20-years-after into two parts! You can read the second part, including Kingdom Come, above, at Newsarama.com.
|DC Versus Marvel? One of the good things that happened!|
In the comics biz, 1996 was a landmark year. Good things happened, bad things happened, and the landscape was forever changed. You can read all about it (in two chunks!) at Newsarama, part 1.
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
|Carr D'Angelo of Earth-2 Comics actually IN the DC Comics library!|
Friday, October 14, 2016
|Bill Jemas of Double Take Comics|
Bill Jemas has been around the block a few times: He's been a Wall Street lawyer, an executive for the NBA, and the CEO and publisher at Marvel Comics.
And he's now back in the publishing game with Double Take Comics, the publishing imprint from video game publisher Take Two Interactive.
Jemas has learned many lessons, and he shares the good and the bad over at icv2.