The UK SF Book News Network talked to John Higgins, artist on a graphic novel adaptation of the old splatter-horror movie The Hills Have Eyes.
Estoreal reports on representing the Jack Kirby Museum at New York’s HOWL Festival in Tomkins Square Park.
The Baltimore Sun talks to Steven Parke, who uses a photo-manipulation style to create graphic novels.
A New York Times article on reality TV wandered off into graphic novel-land, talking about a book called The Homeless Channel.
Comics Reporter interviews Chris Brandt.
Library Journal’s current graphic novel reviews start out with the fourth volume of Kiyohiko Azuma’s Yotsuba&! (whose first volume recently confused me), and goes on to review a bunch of other things as well.
The Indypendent reviews a graphic novel called Fat Free.
Brad Curran of Comics Should Be Good reviews recent comics, kicking off with Batman #668.
Curran, still at CSBG, also pokes his head into the world of Marvel’s all-ages comics.
At The Savage Critics, two critics unleash tag-team havoc on today’s comics:
- Graeme McMillan catches up on his graphic novels
- Johanna checks out Mice Templar #1
- McMillan is back with a look at X-Men: Emperor Vulcan #1
- and then it’s back to Johanna for Potter’s Field #1
- finally, McMillan tags back in to suplex Parade (With Fireworks) #1 to win the Intercontinental Championship Belt!
Newsarama asks a bunch of comics critics why they don’t talk about the art. (When I don’t, personally, it’s usually because I simply forgot to mention it, or because there wasn’t anything interesting to say.)
Over on my personal blog, I went nuts with a overly long comparison of two art-comics anthologies from last year: Best American Comics 2006 and An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons, and True Stories.