Sequart Organization has just released Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow by Richard Gray, featuring numerous interviews with the creators involved in the character down the decades, including Neal Adams and Mike Grell. For 75 years, Green Arrow has been a part of the DC Comics world, working his way up from aContinue reading Green Arrow’s history charted across 75 years in new Sequart book
Specialist publisher TASCHEN has just trailed the a new edition of the award-winning 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking by Paul Levitz – a gorgeous-looking book crammed with art and covers spanning the US comic publisher’s output across the decades that will be published next month. In 1935, DC Comics founder Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson published NewContinue reading Taschen Teases “75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking”
Not content with making some episodes of Coronation Street more interesting than the soap itself, and appearances in a Batman Versus Superman-inspired ad campaign here in the UK, the CompareTheMarket Meerkats now have their own superhero (or should that be supermeerkat?) comic – written and illustrated by DC legends Tony Bedard and Neal Adams. TheContinue reading First it was TV, then books – now, the Meerkats Take Over Comics!
US publisher TwoMorrows has announced the upcoming publication of A Celebration of Comics: 1976-1986 by George Khoury, author of The Extraordinary Works Of Alan Moore and True Brit: A Celebration of the Great Comic Book Artists of the UK. Described as a “love letter” to his personal golden age of comics, 1976-1986, Khoury ‘s newContinue reading TwoMorrows Announces “Comic Book Fever: A Celebration of Comics: 1976 – 1986”
Continuing a month of radio shows about creators whose passion for comics leads them to do more than just create strips for the medium, Alex Fitch talks to legendary creator Neal Adams this week on Panel Borders, one of the defining artists of the Superhero ‘Silver Age’. Adams is best known for his work on Batman and GreenContinue reading Panel Borders: Neal Adams’ Relevant Comics