Ian Rankin, one of the world’s most popular and acclaimed crime novelists, discusses his first graphic novel, DARK ENTRIES at DC.
The new NBC pilot DAY ONE could be the next LOST — and we’ve got the first interview with the creator, Jesse Alexander!
Ian Rankin, one of the most popular novelists in the world, is coming to comics — and we have an exclusive first talk with him on his graphic novel DARK ENTRIES.
Jesse Alexander: TV to Comics with the Howling Commandos By Zack Smith This May, Marvel takes you back to WWII for an untold tale of Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos. Howling Commandos: Shotgun Opera is a 40-page one-shot by TV writer Jesse Alexander and veteran artist John Paul Leon (most recently seen on […]
Reprinted from The Independent Weekly There are two types of musical theater lovers: Those who love Miss Saigon and those who don’t. For some, Miss Saigon is an enchanting, tragic romance; for others, it’s overblown, overproduced and reduces both Madame Butterfly and the Vietnam War to a couple of set pieces and a rhyming dictionary. […]
A talk with the authors of a new book looking into one of the more obscure parts of Batman’s history.
Kevin Cannon – The High Arctic, a Dare, and ‘Far Arden’ By Zack Smith If you’ve ever found yourself sitting around moping about that graphic novel you’ll never get around to doing, maybe you should take a lesson from Kevin Cannon. Despite a busy career as an illustrator for such works as T-Minus, Cannon […]
Going Inside Gestalt’s Flinch Anthology By Zack Smith This May, a new anthology arrives from Down Under that’s guaranteed to make you Flinch. Published by Gestalt Comics, Flinch is a collection of original stories from a variety of creators that explores the different definitions of “flinch.” Read the full article here!
An in-depth discussion with the creator of the new NBC drama KINGS, starring DEADWOOD’s Ian McShane.
Memorial clears space to face down DPAC Theater vs. theater 2009 • by Zack Smith The early success of the Durham Performing Arts Center’s 2,800-seat theater has created pressure at the older performing arts venue down the interstate in Raleigh. Recently, the Progress Energy Center, a four-venue facility topped by the 2,300-seat Memorial Auditorium, instituted […]