Meet Eisner Award-winning writer Mark Waid at Bedrock City Comic Co’s Westheimer location on Wednesday, May 23rd from 4:00 -7:00 PM.
Waid is known for his Marvel books such as Avengers, Captain America, Champions, Fantastic Four, and, of course, Daredevil.
Waid’s DC titles includes one of the best... more
Man, wotta show.
The great folks at C2E2 (easily one of the best-run shows I’ve ever been to) slotted the Thrillbent announcement in as best they could given how late I came to them with it. That meant a 7:45 Friday night panel that, of course, started late because of some previous panel running... more
Off to Chicago for C2E2 this weekend, where I’ll be making a big announcement and revealing details Friday evening about my next step in digital-comics publishing. Check the comics websites or come back here Monday morning for more.
In the meantime, for those of who you’ve not yet had the pleasure... more
At Wondercon last month, Sam Humphries moderated a 50-minute panel/debate between myself and Chip Mosher of Comixology as we discussed the various pricing models of digital comics. (I’m the one who, for right or wrong, keeps screaming “ninety-nine cents!”) Though Chip and I are friends, it got... more
For those in and around the Los Angeles area, consider this an open invite to BOOM!’s annual Holiday Party this Friday night at Meltdown Comics on Sunset Blvd at 8:00. I’ll be there, as will Michael Alan Nelson, Ross Richie, special celebrity guests, and the entire BOOM! crew. Don’t miss an... more
Barcelona is a marvelous city. I’m here at the Hotel Catalana attending the nearby 27th International Barcelona Comics Fair. It makes San Diego Comicon look small. Last year, they had over 120,000 guests. This year, they hope for more. They are good people.
I’m here with Jim Lee, Diego Olmos and... more
At MegaCon today, so not much time to blog, but:
On the subject of the Black Art of Comic Book Punctuation, it turns out Comicraft’s Nate Piekos has it pretty much covered in this excellent post. We’re not 100% in agreement–as an editor, I hate hate hate hate seeing a question mark amplified with... more