2014 was a fantastic time to be a comic reader, despite the kerfuffles and complaints along the way. Which is why I’ve compiled a list of resolutions for comics in 2015 that I believe would bring fans better stories and less to complain about.
Sure, everyone in Canada knows Fan Expo, but what do you know about Nova Scotia's Hal-Con?
We chat with Emily Carroll about her first standalone print work, Through the Woods, a beautiful, well-paced read, with more than enough spine-chilling moments for readers 14 and up.
With con season upon us, we spoke with several creators, artists, and authors about the proper etiquette and important reminders when approaching people you're really excited to see.
There’s a lot at work in this story: loss, love, and more than a smidgeon of lunacy, making Depth Charging Ice Planet Goth one of the most refreshing reads of 2014.
One woman, her dune buggy, and her a gorilla: GoGetters is an unabashedly fun comic out February 19th.
Love is weird. Love in comics is weirder. Nicole takes a look at the top 10 "romantic" moments in comics.
We chat with Locke & Key artist Gabriel Rodríguez about the series ending, what he loved best and what's next.
Greg Rucka and Tony Fejzula's VEIL offers a completely unique hero to root for in this Dark Horse series coming March 5th.
PULP is a self-contained but fully realized one issue story with a killer ending that's worth more than it's meagre price of admission.
We talked with Locke & Key fans about why they love the series, and the overwhelming reason was its characters.
We chat with Vivek J. Tiwary about The Fifth Beatle and what a labour of love it was bringing Beatles manager Brian Epstein’s story to the world.
Spandex superheroes still dominate the market, but the people behind the masks are slowly becoming as diverse as the people reading each issue.
We chat with Charles Soule about taking on two thirds of DC's Trinity in Superman/Wonder Woman, what makes Clark and Diana great characters to write, and why their relationship isn't the real story of the series.
We chat with Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky about Sex Criminals, the first sex comedy comic, out on September 4th.
We chat with Andrez Bergen about his latest book Who is killing the great capes of Heropa?, an exciting blend of superhero noir mystery, with a sci-fi twist.
We chat with Bill Sienkiewicz about his work on Daredevil: End of Days and what it was like to shape Daredevil's world one more time.
We chat with David Mack about Daredevil: End of Days, a post-mortem tale of Daredevil's death and the mysterious circumstances surrounding it.