Jen Vaughn

Jon Schnepp Helps Decrypt Krypton’s Season 1 Finale

The final episode of Decrypting Krypton goes with the season finale and they bring in a big guest for it, Jon Schnepp, the writer/director of The Death of Superman Lives, the documentary about the unmade Tim Burton/Nicolas Cage Superman movie. Schnepp joins regular host Matt Hiscox and spotlighted artist Jen Vaughn in going over the […]

New Goosebumps Mini From Jen Vaughn And Michelle Wong Explores The Horrors Of Instagram

Goosebumps: Download And Die! will hit comic book stores just in time for Groundhog Day! On October 25, just in time for Halloween, the first issue of IDW’s first Goosebumps comic by Jeremy Lambert and Chris Fenoglio, Goosebumps: Monsters at Midnight, hits stores. But IDW has already announced a follow-up, by writer Jen Vaughn and artist Michelle Wong, and […]

Dark Horse Publishes Margaret Atwood’s Second Comic, For The Secret Loves Of Geek Girls

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 […]

Tweeting At Buzzfeed And Other Don’ts Of Indie Comics PR 101

Liz Hey writes about San Diego Comic Con: I suppose after six straight years of hosting the same panel, you have to find creative new ways to keep talks fresh. However, livetweeting at innocent, unexpected Buzzfeed writers might be taking things just a step too far. “What not to do in Indie PR,” quickly developed […]

Michael DeForge Sweeps the Ignatz Awards + Complete List Of Winners

The 17th annual Ignatz Awards, held at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, Maryland, received a 70% increase in nominations this year, according to Warren Bernard. That can only indicate a boom in production and in ambition when it comes to independent and small press comics production. Though there were plenty of self-referrential jokes about […]