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Noir, Thomas Alsop, And Showing Up To The Party – Palle Schmidt Talks Comics

By Nikolai Fomich [Palle Schmidt, Photo by Pernille Enoch] Last week I reviewed the first two issues of BOOM!’s new series Thomas Alsop, and today I follow up by chatting with the book’s artist Palle Schmidt. Palle spoke to me …

Get Rid Of Your Furniture And Get The Robocop Vs. Terminator Gallery Edition From Dark Horse

I don’t recall ever having no alternative but to sit on the floor to look at a book or write about it in my life, though certainly in childhood that was a chosen effort. So there’s something of childhood rekindled …

“Crazy’s Sounding Pretty Good Right Now” – Jessica Alba Sets The Scene In This Snippy Sin City: A Dame To Kill For Clip

This clip immediately takes me back to… wow, 20+ years ago now, 1993, eagerly picking up the second storyline in Frank Miller‘s Sin City saga as it came out from Dark Horse.   Take it away, Jessica Alba…

Preview The Gallery Edition Of Robocop Vs. The Terminator By Frank Miller & Walter Simonson

I’ll refrain from making an “I’ll be back” joke or doing  Schwarzenegger impressions in badly rendered spelling. In all seriousness, an astonishing book is on the way from Dark Horse, the Gallery Edition of artwork from Robocop Vs. The Terminator …

First Clip From Sin City 2 Gives Rosario Dawson Some Flirting To Do

This clip from Sin City: A Dame to Kill For premiered on Jimmy Fallon’s show last night. This is the best version I could rustle up on YouTube. It might not seem like the best clip to drop first, but Rosario …

The Sin City Cinema Display Is Now Online, And I Bet This Becomes A Thing

The marketeers behind Sin City: A Dame to Kill for have innovated in bringing online a nice, official look at the ‘standee’ or cinema display for their movie. This is after they released GIFs in place of images a few …

New Lone Wolf And Cub: A Classic Continues – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: [*Warning: Spoilers below!] The wait is over. The first volume of the official sequel to Lone Wolf and Cub has finally come out in English. The original series is something you probably know by now: a samurai …

Batman Felt ‘Creator-Owned In That Moment’ – Scott Snyder, Denny O’Neil, And Paul Levitz Celebrate 75 Years At The New York Comic Fest

In a panel that could have easily been called “Batman: Generations” celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Caped Crusader’s influence on the world at the New York Comic Fest in White Plains, New York on Saturday, many of New York’s …

Frank Miller Would Like Another Stab At Captain America. Would Marvel Let Him?

Chuck Dixon is a prominent conservative comic book writer. Paul Rivoche is a comic book artist. Together, they fight liberals. They wrote a joint article published in the Wall Street Journal taking comics, specifically superhero comics to task for being …

Four Color Roots Part 4: X-Men, Image Exodus, Batman Redefined In Animation (1991-1992)

By Christopher Smith In this, the fourth installment of our ongoing column series, Christopher Smith takes us on a tour through his own back pages as a comics fan, going down unexpected dark alleys and digressions. Focusing only on the …

Essential 8 Comic Book Movies – From Portland, With Kleenex And Ricola

By Erik Grove Memorial Day weekend is the traditional start of the summer. In Portland the sun is now marginally more present than the clouds and the rose bushes that next to my driveway that like to hook onto my …

Getting The Kids To Read Comics – Findings From A ‘Great Experiment’ In The Classroom

Brian M. Puaca writes for Bleeding Cool: As we move into the last half of May, college students around the country are graduating or heading home for the summer. For many faculty, the end of the semester means taking stock …

SyFy’s New Slate Includes TV Translations Of Some Comics We Love

It’s a pretty broad slate and while it’s almost inevitable that some of these shows won’t click, it’s looking like a pretty healthy set of odds for SyFy here.

Frank Miller, Geof Darrow And David Mack Come To All-New Dark Horse Presents – C2E2

I just got my comp copies for the final part of The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, my latest comic with Simon Rohrmuller, appearing in Dark Horse Presents. We reported before that the Eisner-winning anthology was going to be revamped …

DC Comics And Graphitti Create Original Art ‘Gallery Editions’ For Dark Knight, Ronin, Sandman, Killing Joke And More

It began with Scott Dunbier. Fired by DC Comics, he went to IDW with an idea he’d never got off the ground over there. Recerating original art boards as close to the original as possible, in look and feel, by …

Essential 8 Batman Comics – Celebrating 75 Years of The Batman You Deserve

By Erik Grove I’ll be honest. As a kid, Batman wasn’t my favorite. In fact, the first superhero books that really hooked me were Marvel books. I was an X-Men kid, like so many others in the early 1990s, and …

Frank Cho Recreates The Batman/Superman Fight Scene From The Dark Knight Returns

The original version of The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson may end up inspiring the upcoming Batman/Superman movie from Warners. But today we have another version, a private commission from Frank Cho. I think FRank Cho …

First Look At Jamie Chung As Miho In Sin City 2, Trailer Incoming

That’s Jamie Chung, who has inherited the role of Miho from Devon Aoki. She’s holding… well, it ain’t a lightasber, and that’s the point. Shiny, though. And no doubt sharp as anything.