News from Comic-Con and Other Distant Shores
People reporting from Comic-Con:
- Cory Doctorow of BoingBoing — a “voice post”
- Mark Evanier
- the ultra-fabulous, even-cooler-than-we-thought Maddy Gaiman
- Laurell K. Hamilton
- Irene Gallo: 1, 2, 3
- Jeff Smith
- Heidi MacDonald of The Beat: photos, report
- Tom Spurgeon of Comics Reporter
- Brian Cronin of Comics Should Be Good
Everyone’s reporting on DC’s new license to publish comics based on the TV show Heroes; the longest piece I’ve seen so far is from The Beat. (What does it all mean? Don’t ask me…I’m just Link-Boy.)
NPR has a story about this year’s Eisner judges and their decision process.
The Beat reports that Mark Waid has been named Editor-in-Chief of Boom! Studios.
The Beat also explains the whole Dark Horse-MySpace thing – which I think means that they’re totally BFFs.
Panels and Pixels reviews five Fantagraphics titles.
Comics Worth Reading recommends Carla Speed McNeil’s Finder 7: The Rescuers.
Chris’s Invincible Super-Blog reviews this week’s comics.
Blogcritics reviews Raytoons Comics Avenue #1.
Greg Burgas of Comics Should Be Good reviews this week’s comics, starting with Batman #666.
At The Savage Critics, Jog reviews Black Summer #1 and others.
And, also at Savage Critics, Graeme MacMillan reviews some funny-book about the goddamn Batman.