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Darwyn Cooke Returns To Draw Harley Quinn, As He Covers Everything In Sight

December is Darwyn Cooke Month at DC Comics. Not only is he drawing variant widescreen covers for much of the New 52… Including the standard cover for Star Spangled War Stories Featuring GI Zombie… And DC Comics are remastering his …

The Joys of Yellow Journalism: Tim Sale Talks Keys To Success At Hartford Comic Con

By Shawn Perry Although I was feeling a bit yellow at the time, partly because I was dressed in a banana suit, over the weekend I worked up the courage to approach one of my all-time favorite artists at Hartford …

Essential 8 Comics From The Shelf – Hard Drinking Irish Vampires, Reluctant Cannibalism And A Mea Culpa To Johnnie Christmas

By Erik Grove This week is going to be a little bit different. I always write about comics I like – if I don’t like them, I don’t write about them – but there are a lot of books that …

IDW To Republish Parker Prose With Darwyn Cooke Illustrations

It was announced back at NYCC that IDW was going to republish the Parker prose novels by Donald E. Westlake writing as Richard Stark with new Darwyn Cooke illustrations. Now we are getting more information about the project. Cooke is providing all-new …

From C2E2 – Darwyn Cooke To Draw All Of All Star Western #34

From the DC All Access Panel at C2E2, we have learnt much. That Aquaman And The Others will centre on the ten Atlantean weapons bought with ten bars of gold to be discovered and gathered. That Doomsday will decapitate a …

DC Previews Batman Beyond Short by Darwyn Cooke

Before it’s debut this weekend at Wondercon, DC’s All Access has a preview for the new Batman Beyond short done by Darwyn Cooke. Cooke is best known for his The New Frontier series that became an animated feature…

Warner Bros. Reveal Their Logo And Unveil Their Plans For Celebrating Batman’s 75th

My favourite bit? The new edition of Tim Burton’s original Batman movie.

The Fox Rallies To Finale And Archie Confirms That Waid And Haspiel Return For Fox Hunt

In some ways I was dreading reading The Fox #5 from Red Circle/Archie Comics, because it meant the end of the arc, and possibly the end of this incarnation of the hero known as the Fox that has been so …

‘Have Realistic Expectations And Treat People Fairly’ – The 15th Anniversary IDW Interview With Ted Adams

This year marks the 15th Anniversary of IDW Publishing, and co-founder and CEO Ted Adams has a few reflections on his youthful obsession with books, working to bring some of his personal heroes to print, and the landmarks he’s noted …

Seven Creative Things To Do With Deluxe Before Watchmen Books You Can’t Seem To Get Rid Of (UPDATE)

My history with Before Watchmen is a troubled one. I didn’t think the series was a great idea, and watched the spectacle of the multiple titles unfold in my local comic shop with some very mixed feelings. There were excellent …

Live From The Comic Shop – Prepare To Be Dazzled By Sandman: Overture, The Fox, Five Ghosts: The Legend Of The Masamune

I’m writing live from my local comic shop, Conquest Comics in New Jersey, and trying to sum up my reactions to what can only be described as a massive week for comics. This is the week for the release of …

IDW Publishing Makes It In New York – NYCC Recap

IDW the west coast publisher headed east to the New York Comic Con with a bag full of announcements that got people talking. There announcements ranged from new Artist’s Editions, to children’s comics and the return of an anti-hero. Plus …

Darwyn Cooke’s Eisner Winning Adaptation Of Parker Continues in Slayground, A New IDW Graphic Novel

IDW has announced that Darwyn Cooke will be once again going into the world of Richard Stark’s Parker with Slayground. Darwyn Cooke’s acclaimed Parker series from IDW continues to expand with the classic Slayground. In this newest graphic novel, Parker …

BC Mag #2: Comic Book Feuds

Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rich Johnston People understand Hollywood feuds exist, but find it strange similar behaviour might be exhibited in a field as lowly as that of, say, the comic book industry. But people are people, human nature …

Discussing James Robinson And The Parker Books: The Darwyn Cooke Spotlight At Comic Con

Dean Butters attended San Diego Comic Con for Bleeding Cool; I thought I’d start this article at the end, as I managed to have a brief private chat with Cooke following his spotlight panel. We talked a bit about James …

The James Robinson Spotlight Panel – The Future Of Earth 2 And The Future Collaboration With Darwyn Cooke

Dean Butters writes for Bleeding Cool; At his spotlight panel yesterday James Robinson was awarded an ink pot award for his contributions to the industry. Robinson was quite caught off guard by this and was genuinely touched by it. Robinson’s …

Ten Thoughts About Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1

It would seem horrible to compare Watchmen #1 with Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1. But it’s unavoidable. I can’t read this one issue without those twelve issues ringing in my ears. So let’s get it all out there. 1. From Watchmen …

No, This Is Not A Continuity Flub In Before Watchmen: Minutemen

We’d mentioned how Seymour couldn’t have been writing for the New Frontiersman in 1975. But that was just a marketing bit of bumf. But the first issue of Before Watchmen: Minutemen goes out of its way to line itself up …