Is the current booming comic book market sustainable? Or is this just a prelude to a huge bust? My answer might surprise you….
X-Force #1 came out 30 years ago now, and there’s some Twitter controversy. Of course there is. One website, though, stretched their logic a little too far..
Four panels from “Tellos” #1 show us how Mike Wieringo’s style did borrow elements from other 90s artists, and how one face can fit in three layers of art.
For Mike Wieringo’s birthday this year, I’m re-presenting this 2006 episode of the Pipeline Comic podcast, with Tellos co-creator Todd Dezago.
Clémence’s grandmother suffers from Alzheimer’s, and it’s only getting worse. That’s why Clémence kidnaps her to set her free. Funny, touching, and well told.
Truly Mint comics are very tough to find, which is why CGC grades are so high these days. Let’s look at why mint is rare.
He’s a yojimbo! But he’s also a robot! Fight!
From 1938 to 1968, Andre Franquin drew nearly 100 covers for collected Spirou editions. This art book collects them all with some original art samples.
a good idea to take your head out of the ground and look up once in a while. I’m looking at a few untranslated titles here.
When woman throws coffee cup at mecha and promises to clean up her mess, love blossoms. But will the revolution set them apart?