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Eric Powell: New Goon Comic Series in 2019

Eric Powell has announced that a new The Goon comic series is coming out in 2019. Powell’s publishing company, Albatross Funnybooks, will premiere the new series. It will feature the first original Goon story since the character appeared in the Theatre Bizarre Halloween one-shot from Dark Horse in 2015. The new comic will also celebrate the 20th anniversary of the… Read More
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The Comic World Remembers Steve Ditko RIP

Marvel Comics and others are mourning the loss of legendary talent Steve Ditko, who died Friday aged 90. “Today, the Marvel family mourns the loss of Steve Ditko. Steve transformed the industry and the Marvel Universe, and his legacy will never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with his family, loved ones, and fans during this sad time,” said Marvel Entertainment… Read More
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Kevin Smith Heart Attack

Kevin Smith suffered a massive heart attack. Smith posted about the incident on his Facebook page, which sees the writer and director presently making a recovery. Comics Talk News wishes Kevin Smith a speedy recovery!. Here is the post: I was trying to do a killer standup special this evening but I might’ve gone too far. After the first show,… Read More
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Interview with Jeff Parker at I Like Comic Con

Starting in comics as an artist, Jeff Parker gained wide acclaim in the last decade writing at Marvel with his runs on big action books such as Thunderbolts and Hulk, as well as creating new titles like Agents of Atlas and X-Men: First Class. At DC Comics he launched Batman ’66 while also revamping Flash Gordon for Dynamite. His next… Read More
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Interview with Karl Kesel at I Like Comic Con

Karl Kesel is known as comics writer and inker in the comic industry for over 34 years. He has inked many comics and was a writer on The Adventures of Superman, Daredevil, Harley Quinn, Hawk and Dove vol. 2 and 3, Superboy vol. 3, Superman vol. 2. Kesel has been nominated for a number of Eisner Awards, “Best Inker” (1991)… Read More
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Joe Quesada Pens Open Letter on Social Media’s Impact on Comics

Joe Quesada is best known for his work at Marvel as editor of Marvel Knights, and later as editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics. Now he is Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment. Because Quesada has been a part of the comic book industry for over 20 years, I am interested in what he has to say about the social media and… Read More
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Lost Siegel and Shuster Superman Story to Be Published

Lost Siegel and Shuster Superman Story to Be Published In New Action Comics #1000: 80 Years of Superman Hardcover Book Edited by Paul Levitz with a New Jim Lee Cover and an All-Star Talent Line-up Including Laura Siegel Larson, Jules Feiffer, Gene Luen Yang, Al Plastino, Otto Binder, Curt Swan, Marv Wolfman, John Byrne, Dick Giordano, Grant Morrison, Len Wein,… Read More
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2017 Officially First Down Year Since 2011 Comic Sales

It’s official official. Direct Market comic book sales fell year-to-year for the first time since 2011, with 2017 finishing up about 10% off from 2016. According to figures released by Diamond Comic Distributors Friday morning, DC Comics led the Direct Market in dollar share, powered by the two best-selling comic books of the month – Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s… Read More
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Len Wein’s Final Story To See Print In ‘Swamp Thing Winter Special’

Legendary comic book writer and editor Len Wein passed away last month, aged 69. This week, DC Comics ran tributes to Len in all their titles. And yesterday at New York Comic Con, DC announced that his final story would see print in the upcoming Swamp Thing Winter Special, starring the character he co-created for DC Comics with Bernie Wrightson,… Read More
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Marvel Q&A At New York Comic Con With Retailers Goes Bad

A closed Q&A between Marvel Comics and comic book retailers erupted at the New York Comic Con on Thursday after one retailer became vocally critical of the publisher’s decision to change the ethnicity, gender, and sexuality of some of the classic characters, Bleeding Cool reports. The tensions began when an unnamed seller “specifically his distaste for Iceman ‘kissing other… Read More