Lucy Knisley on STOP PAYING ATTENTION

Over the last several years, Lucy Knisley (www.lucyknisley.com) has earned a devoted following for her work in comics/illustration/music/puppets/animation…put bluntly, this is the definition of “multihyphenate.” In print, she’s earned widespread acclaim for such works as 2008’s travelogue French Milk, and she’s become more visible to superhero fans last year with her contributions to Girl Comics […]

Wide World of Webcomics: Ethan and Malachai Nicolle on AXE COP

Created by a six-year-old and drawn by his 30-year-old brother, it’s the webcomic that’s taken the world by storm. Beginning a new series of interviews with some of the best webcomic creators online! Read the full interview (where I attempt to ask questions to a six-year-old) here!

A Review of THE LION KING at DPAC

Director Julie Taymor is a frequent name in the entertainment news these days with her $65 million Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark being Broadway’s most expensive and potentially life-threatening musical. The sheer scale of the project—and its oddball depiction of a classic comic book superhero in a mythology-based story with songs by U2’s Bono and […]

Movie Review: THE GREEN HORNET

(reprinted from the Independent Weekly) THE GREEN HORNET Two stars Opens Friday, Jan. 14 Michel Gondry and Seth Rogen’s re-imagining of the radio/ film/ TV hero better known for his name, car and Bruce Lee playing his sidekick than any actual storylines is an odd mixture of superhero-film parody and straightforward action-comedy. Displaying much of […]

Jeff Smith (BONE) and Mike Kunkel (HEROBEAR AND THE KID) on CAPTAIN MARVEL: THE MODERN YEARS, Pt.2

Two of today’s most acclaimed all-ages comic creators talk their unique takes on Captain Marvel. Read more here!