Alan Moore on the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and the future of superhero comics.
Tim Callahan: Into the Mind of Grant Morrison By Zack Smith posted: 05 August 2008 07:09 am ET If you’ve ever had a question about Grant Morrison …Timothy Callahan is the man to turn to. In the second edition of his book Grant Morrison: The Early Years, Callahan gets inside the themes and ideas behind […]
“Boys of Steel”: The History of Superman – For All Ages By Zack Smith posted: 2008-08-05 06:25:00 ET Do you really know the origin of Superman? A new all-ages picture book from Random House, Boys of Steel The Creators of Superman, aims to tell a new generation of readers what really led to Jerry […]
Comics Who Can Save Us Now? King and McNally on Prose Anthology By Zack Smith posted: 2008-07-17 06:36:00 ET Let’s face it – gas prices are through the roof, the economy’s in recession, and we’re still in the middle of a war. Where’s a new superhero when you need one? Authors John McNally and Owen […]
BACK TO THE BEGINNING: AMY WOLFRAM ON TEEN TITANS: YEAR ONE by Zack Smith You probably haven’t read any of Amy Wolfram’s work…but most comic fans have probably seen it. Wolfram, who served as a writer and story editor on the Cartoon Networks’s Teen Titans animated series, makes the leap to print this January with […]
HITMAN: AN APPRECIATION, II – JOHN McCREA by Zack Smith With DC Comics revisiting the violent and hilarious world of Tommy Monaghan in September’s Hitman/JLA, we’ve been chatting with the demented minds who brought Tommy and company into our homes each month. To follow up on our talk with Garth Ennis, we called up the […]