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Links: ‘Naruto’ Creator Talks


Entertainment Weekly interviews Masashi Kishmoto, the creator of Naruto, about his recently concluded series, which is one of the best selling manga in North America. Kishimoto confesses he didn’t expect that: “During the series, manga exploded, and I must say that part of what made Naruto successful was the globalization of manga, and the fact […]

Review: ‘Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol. 1:–Vader’

Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol. 1–Vader Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Salvador Larroca Marvel Comics; $19.99 Rated T for Teen Marvel’s second monthly ongoing Star Wars series is also the first to star Darth Vader, although the Dark Lord of The Sith has been the protagonist of several excellent miniseries created by the franchise’s previous license-holder, […]

Review: ‘Star Wars Vol. 1: Skywalker Strikes’

Star Wars Vol. 1: Skywalker Strikes Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: John Cassaday Marvel Comics; $19.99 Rated T for Teen In 1977, not long after the movie Star Wars became a huge hit, Marvel Comics acquired the license to the film and started publishing comic books telling adventures set immediately after the events of the movie. […]

This Week’s Comics: V is for…Manga?

Chi's Sweet Home v12

As winter starts to creep in, it’s a good idea to stock up on good books to read by the fireside. DC Comics completes its DCYou all-ages Bat-Mite series while continuing Scooby-Doo Team-Up with a team of superhero ghosts. Papercutz debuts a new series about a cat and dog looking to escape stardom with Scarlett […]

Review: ‘G-Man,’ Vols. 1-3

gman v 1

There aren’t many kid superheroes, so a young audience will love the G-Man series. They’ll want to read all 3 volumes and keep up with all of G-Man’s adventures. The only drawback? When the 3 volumes are done, they’ll want more. And right now it’s only the 3 volumes. G-Man: Learning to Fly v. 1 […]

Review: ‘Starfire’ #1-2

Starfire 1

Starfire is an alien warrior princess trying to find someplace on Earth where she can live in peace and help people. After getting some advice from a certain hero in Metropolis, she heads down south to Key West in Florida to start her new life on her own. Review: Starfire #1-2 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti […]

Review: ‘Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron’

Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron Writer/Artist: Charles M. Schulz Fantagraphics; $24.99 Fantagraphics Boooks, publishers of The Complete Peanuts series, has assembled and released a new collection of strips on the eve of The Peanuts Movie, the most expensive and ambitious animated outting to feature Charlie Brown and the gang. Among the filmmakers’ attempts to exploit […]

Interview with Maris Wicks

Creator Maris Wicks in costume

It’s been a few years since I was able to attend New York Comic Con, but not only did my principal release me for the day, I got to sit on a fantastic panel about STEM Graphic Novels. There was a wonderful array of creators on the panel, including Maris Wicks, the creator of Human […]

This Week’s Comics: Spooktacular Comics


There were so many things coming out this Halloween week, it’s as hard to pick one as it was for the Ghostbusters to catch Slimer! Dark Horse Comics continues the Plants Vs Zombies series with the new miniseries Garden Warfare #1. Fresh from the Marvel Secret Wars comes the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1, an off-beat […]

Halloween ComicFest 2015

Halloween haunt

Along with all the tricks and treats that come with this time of year, there comes something else. Not something wicked, but something wonderful: Halloween ComicFest is back, and it’s taking place on the special day itself, October 31st! Like Free Comic Book Day, Halloween ComicFest is a day where participating comic shops give away […]