Walking around Artist Alley one sees so many neat and bizarre ideas for comics. When I saw the art and title for Cleopatra in Space, I had to speak with Mike Maihack. After hearing what it was about and the story of how it came
Once again I spoke to creators at Square City Comics about the neat books they have coming out of their local, indie studio. Once again, they did not fail to impress me with the creativity that can be found right in my backyard. Square City
Out of tragedy was born an all ages book to help both kids and adults deal with tragedy. Join me in my discussion with Ryan Fisher about his comic, Torchlight Lullaby, and whether we underestimate the ability of kids to deal with heavy emotions. If
I’m jumping ahead to the ultimate costume contest winner because I have nearly 1000 photos to go over for the costume contest main post and I didn’t want to hold up all the rest of the Baltimore Comic-Con 2016 content. There will be a future
Kevin Eastman is responsible for creating the characters that ended up in the cartoon show I was obsessed with as a kid. I spent every dollar I could find on the toys. I saw all three of the 1990s movies. Later, as an adult, I
When I first started watching Game of Thrones I hadn’t read the books yet and I had no idea that a mentally impaired character who only said one word, “Hodor”, would become such an emotional storyline for this series mostly involving intrigue and war. At
Christy Blanch, who Comic POW! readers will know as the writer of The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood and the professor behind the MOOC that led to the redesign of this site, was the moderator for all the spotlight panels at Baltimore Comic-Con 2016. If you
As the first day of Baltimore Comic-Con 2016 came to a close, some comic writing luminaries got together to discuss how pulp fiction (the genre, not the 1990s movie) inspired them and set the foundation for the comic book industry in the USA.
Valiant realized that their characters aren’t quite as well known as those in the Big Two, so they held a panel to introduce new fans to the series. Afterwords they took questions from the audience, some of which were about how Valiant may or may
For my final interview of the convention, I spoke with Jamie Portillo who wrote Hell Paso. He has a passion for history that he’s converted into a series of historical fiction graphic novels.
Intrigued by Mercy Sparx, I decided to speak with Josh Blylock of Devil’s Due Entertainment. (Which has just merged with 1st Look) The books turned out to be deeper and more exciting than I expected.
I was told that I had to go talk to the guys at PLB Comics. Turns out they’re a local publisher putting out neat, pulp comics. There’s a lot more to what makes then unique. Check it out: