Category Archives: Opinion

Solving the Funko Fiasco

I am singling out Funko for this post, but really it could apply to any of the myriad of toy companies which were selling exclusive toys at SDCC this year. ¬†So, if you are not one of the thousands of … Continue reading

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Wide-eyed Wonder

It has been a long time since I have stared at comics in wide-eyed wonder. Sure, I have had some experiences involving comics over the past few years which still amaze me. Whether it is meeting creators whom I have … Continue reading

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Cue the Music, MacGyver is Back!

While most companies are mining 80′s toy franchises for comic titles (He-Man, GI Joe, Battle Beasts, Transformers, etc.) Image is headed to television. Image announced over the weekend that they will publish the first new MacGyver story in twenty years! … Continue reading

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You Must Submit

And, if you are going to submit a comic to a publisher, First Second’s Gina Gagliano has the most straight-forward explanation of the submission process you will read anywhere!! What I found particularly interesting about her piece was that it … Continue reading

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The Comic Con Panel in My Brain

In my fantasy world of comic cons, I would moderate a panel called “The Power and Perils of Autobiographical Comics”. Panelists would include Erika Moen (DAR), Julia Wertz (Fart Party),Natalie Nourigat (Between Gears), Emi Lenox (Emi Town), This Guy, and, … Continue reading

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Was Someone Asking For This?

Got this in my in-box today: With Spawn, legendary writer and artist Todd McFarlane unleashed his iconic antihero to the world, and launched the most successful independent comic book in history. Now for the first time ever, fans will be … Continue reading

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Cookies and/or Comics

Over on her awesome site, Johanna Draper Carlson brings attention to a comic shop which is choosing a different approach to Free Comic book Day. ¬†Instead of giving away free comics, they are giving away free cookies! Johanna (Ms. Draper … Continue reading

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