The New York Times has examined the state of webcomics (free registration required), noting controversies within the comic book field about the subject, the convergence of comics and animation in many of the best webcomics, and availability issues with webcomics today. The article is drawing fire in the webcomics community, with the most detailed and […]
Frank Espinosa has spoken to ComicBookResources.com about Rocketo, his new comic book series set after a major cataclysm. Espinosa’s prior work included redesigning the Looney Tunes characters for Warner Brothers in 1992 and 2002. Rocketo is published by Speakeasy Comics, and issue #1 is available at comic book stores starting today.
Comic book writer Dan Slott (Batman Adventures, She-Hulk) was interviewed by NJ.com as part of their coverage of the Mid-Jersey Comicon, held this past weekend in Bordentown, NJ. She-Hulk #1, the relaunch of Slott’s critically acclaimed series for Marvel Comics, is available for pre-order this month for an October street date.
An article in the New York Times notes that the National Cartoon Museum will be moving to new space in the Empire State Building in New York City (free registration required). The museum, founded by Beetle Bailey creator Mort Walker, is scheduled to open in 2006 with gallery spaces dedicated to the history of comics […]
The New York Times has published an article about the current troubles facing Time Warner, parent company to both Cartoon Network and DC Comics (free registration required). Recent statements by financier Carl C. Icahn have triggered debate on the lackluster performance of Time Warner’s stock and what can be done about it.
Writer J. Torres (Teen Titans Go!, Love as a Foreign Language) has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about Alison Dare, his all-ages series described by its writer as, “Indiana Jones as a little girl stuck in a boarding school.” Several Sunday comic-strip style pages are included in the article.