Hope Nicholson and Rachel Richey are in the midst of an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign to re-print one of the first-ever comic book superheroines (and she's Canadian, too!). Check out our interview with the two ladies who are bringing Nelvana of the Northern Lights back to life.
A queen of the comic convention circuit, Agnes Garbowska is an incredibly talented (and exceptionally sweet) creator of some of the cutest comics around. We got the chance to chat with Agnes at Fan Expo 2013, and asked her about her love of comics, and what it's like as a female transitioning from indie to mainstream comics.
We’ve got four more Marvel flicks to look forward to between now and 2015. To make the wait a little less unbearable, why not spend some time getting familiar with the source material? Here’s what you need to read to prepare yourself for the rest of Marvel’s Phase Two films!
With all the news coming out of SDCC about Marvel’s Phase 2 and 3 films, we can’t help but think about a long-shelved Marvel project that’s near-and-dear to our hearts: The Runaways. Here's our dream casting!
Since DC comics is turning September 2013 into “Villains Month,” I thought about who I'd like to see take over for a few weeks. Not because they’d be scary, though. Oh no; you should know me better than that. Because they’d be terrible.
If you’re a fan of Bill Willingham’s amazing Eisner award-winning comic book series Fables, then you’ve probably heard the recent announcement that the DC/Vertigo series is being developed for the silver screen. Here’s our list of dream casting for the upcoming Fables movie!
It’s good to be bad at DC Comics! Two years after their New 52 re-launch, DC will hand all of their titles over to some of the worst scoundrels in the comic universe in September 2013.
Hey fellow Dorks! I’ve been getting a lot of messages from community-minded Dork Shelfers who want to share their exciting new comics, upcoming events, and crowd-funding campaigns with the world. Here’s my round-up of the most exciting goodies for June 2013!
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman ...’s costumes at the top of the CN Tower!
Sam Maggs shares her haul – and, of course, the wicked work of some incredibly talented folks – in her fave TCAF finds of 2013!
Full disclosure: I’m a fiend for pugs. It’s for this reason (among a long list of others) that I think Gemma Correll’s comics are some of the most amazing art pieces ever.
Poor Supes has been forced into meeting after ridiculous meeting with some of the weirdest folks you can possibly imagine. Here’s our list of the strangest Superman crossover moments in comic history.
You probably recognize Amber Benson from Buffy the Vampire Slayer; but, what you might not know about Benson is that, in the years since her Whedon days, she’s become a prolific creator of film, television, webseries, novels – and, of course, comic books!
Though Aquaman gets the short end of the stick in mainstream comic culture, there are far worse comic book characters out there. Check out this list of the top ten superheroes (and supervillains!) that you should definitely make fun of well before Aquaman.
Meet Noelle Stevenson: the crazy high achiever responsible for web comics' The Broship of the Ring, Nimona and a slew of hilarious nerd franchise parody comics!
Let’s take a look at some of the most important "lessons" women can learn from comics, as illustrated by some of The Hawkeye Initiative’s best work.
It’s impossible to talk about female comic creators without featuring one of the most influential women in the business today: Gail Simone.
If you’d like to add a little class to your comic collection, The Graphic Canon has what you need. A three-volume collection, The Graphic Canon is all of the greatest literature in the history of the world, as seen through the eyes of the greatest comic artists in the world.