Image Comics has released an early sneak peek at Exorsisters, the new series by Eisner Award-winning writer Ian Boothby and artist Gisèle Lagacé, hitting stores in October, about a pair of sisters who investigate paranormal cases. But don't call them Ghostbusters! This series leans a lot more heavily toward the goth side. Readers meet Cate and […]
The most famous female cartoon star of all came back this year. All-new adventures of Betty Boop (with her pals Koko the Clown and Bimbo.) came to Dynamite Entertainment from award-winning writer Roger Langridge and artist Gisele Lagace. The cover art here is by the great Howard Chaykin. Now those comics have been collected for […]
Adult coloring books are all the rage. Companies are capitalizing on the trend by offering $10 coloring books that you could just as easily get for $1 at Target. Sure, the art is a little more detailed, but still. Admittedly, I do like the idea, and I can see how it would have a therapeutic […]
Gisele Lagace is a Canadian comic book artist for Archie, Dynamite IDW, a number of comic book publishers in the USA – and her own webcomics, specifically Menage A 3. She was planning to drive down to Chicago to attend this weekend's C2E2 exhibition. But immigration officers at the US border had other ideas. The […]
This annual is actually pretty fantastic. The multitude of artists and writers that came together to make this happen is awesome.
Dynamite has sent us a Writer's Commentary by Roger Langridge for Betty Boop #4, the series finale, on sale now. Cover by Langridge and interiors by Gisele Lagace. Page 1 A tone-setting splash page, with the essential elements of the story to come all laid out. This month it's movies and fiery pits, and a […]
Jem #21 is a multi-faceted slice of almost every single character they have, and brings the feels something heavy.
Fabrice Sapolsky, writer of Intertwined #2, talks with writer Roger Langridge about Betty Boop #2, both on sale now from Dynamite. Cover by Langridge and interiors by Gisele Lagace. FABRICE SAPOLSKY: Roger, we're the same generation. You're a '67 guy and I'm a '70 guy. We were both born outside of the U.S. though we work […]
Roger Langridge talks to Byron Brewer about Betty Boop #4, on sale in January from Dynamite. Covers by Langridge and J. Bone. BYRON BREWER: Roger, as a longtime fan of vintage animation, and especially the work of the Fleischers, it is just miraculous to me how you and your (obviously very carefully selected) artists have made […]
A Writer's Commentary: Roger Langridge talks Betty Boop #1, on sale now from Dynamite. cover by the great Howard Chaykin and interiors by Gisele Lagace. Page 1 When I wrote this story, I still had no idea who the artist was going to be, but the image I had in my head for the splash page […]
Writer Roger Langridge talks to Byron Brewer about re-establishing and modernizing the classic Fleisher character Betty Boop and what if any censorship he has to put on himself. The cover art in this article are by Langridge and J. Bone. BYRON BREWER: Roger, with issue #3 of Betty Boop, on sale in December, you have […]
Betty Boop is a classic cartoon character created by Max Fleischer with help from a cartoonist named Grim Natwick in the 1930 as a caricature of the Jazz-Age Flappers. Now Dynamite has is giving Betty her own comic series written by Roger Langridge and drawn by Gisele Lagace. I got a chance to talk to Langridge […]
After nearly 30 years of her being away, Dynamite is returning Betty Boop to the comic page. This October the publisher will be printing brand new adventures of Betty Boop (with her pals Koko the Clown and Bimbo) from writer Roger Langridge (The Muppets), artist Gisèle Lagacé (Archie) and colourist Maria Victoria Robado. Join Betty as […]
This October, Archie Comics is putting out a new crossover. Archie Meets Ramones will bring the Archies (Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica and Reggie) and introduce them to the Ramones (Joey, Tommy, Johnny, Dee Dee). And it all takes place in 1970s New York City. The oversized one-shot is co-written by Alex Segura and Matthew Rosenberg […]
Dark Horse Comics has only just announced that they are publishing Margaret Atwood's first comic book, Angel Catbird. Well, now they are publishing another, a contribution to The Secret Life Of Geek Girls, recently successfully Kickstartered. The Secret Loves of Geek Girls anthology is written for the geek girl who wants information and stories on […]