Comics News & Links: San Diego Sunset Edition
Brave souls still reporting from Comic-Con:
- Comics Reporter
- Comics Should Be Good: day two, day three
- SFX: day three, day four
- Mark Evanier: one, two
- Lynn Flewelling
- Neil Gaiman
- Laura Anne Gilman
- Laurell K. Hamilton
- Irene Gallo: one, two
- Jeff Smith
The New York Times gazes down its nose at Comic-Con, and says tsk-tsk quietly under its breath.
Comic Book Bin lists nine new projects announced by Minx at Comic-Con, including a sequel to Clubbing and work from Brian Wood, Alisa Kwitney, and Steve Rolston.
Comic Book Resources, similarly, has a story about Oni Press’s upcoming projects.
The Beat liveblogged the Eisner Awards ceremony…the first three or four hours of it, anyway.
Greg Hatcher of Comics Should Be Good traveled cross country instead of going to Comic-Con — and found comics along the way.
Comi Press has Del Rey’s announcement of the expansion of their manga line in 2008.
Peter David has the really important Comic-Con news: the results of the annual DC-Marvel softball game.
The Bat Segundo Show’s podcast #124 is the first of several to focus on this year’s Alternative Press Expo.
The Edmonton Journal suggests some summer-time graphic novel reading, including Spent by Joe Matt, Darwyn Cooke’s Batman: Ego and Other Tales, and the first Dark Horse Casper the Friendly Ghost collection.
The Contra Costa Times reviews the Minx titles to date, and a few others.
From The Savage Critics:
- Jog on Warren Ellis’ Crecy and Speak of the Devil #1
- Jog on the new Tank Girl series and Multiple Warheads #1
- Jog on Black Summer #1 and others
Powells Book Blog reviews Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess’s illustrated story Stardust, presumably because it’s just been made into a movie and so is now worth noticing.