Monthly Archives: June 2012
Jonathan over at OmniComic just posted an interview we did earlier this week. In it, he asked me this great question. Omnicomic: In all your visits to Comic-Con, is there one particular encounter or sight that stands out the most? … Continue reading
Here’s a really great set of photos by photographer Gary Dunaier from the MoCCA Launch Event last Thursday, when a nice group of hearty souls braved sweltering high-90s temperatures to listen to me get grilled by Publishers Weekly Senior Editor … Continue reading
I’m bound for New York tomorrow for the official launch of Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture, including a series of press meetings and interviews as well as the book launch event at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon … Continue reading
Nat Gertler has an interesting post on his blog today noting that most comic book properties adapted for movies since 1982 have been creator-owned rather than corporate-owned. Perhaps this is the point, but it seems to me that once creator-ownership … Continue reading
Does the future of comics look like an angry chicken foot? Or a happy dumpling? A culture-mashing independently-produced digital manga app aims to find out, while contributing to the small but growing list of educational comics apps done right. Digital … Continue reading
The good folks at McGraw-Hill produced this awesome promo video for the book, narrated by yours truly.