Post Tagged with: "comics"

BATMAN DAY

We Would Probably Camp Out Overnight to Get This Batman Giveaway

We Would Probably Camp Out Overnight to Get This Batman Giveaway

For the longest time, “Detective Comics” No. 27 was a highly coveted item amongst Batman fans, one of the most expensive comic books in the world. (One copy sold for $1,075,000 at an auction in 2010.) And right now I am […]

by × July 22, 2014 ×

HOTLY ANTICIPATED

10 Graphic Novels to Look Forward to In 2014

10 Graphic Novels to Look Forward to In 2014

Ready or not, comics and graphic novels are taking over the world. Superhero movies stand at the forefront of the blockbuster ranks. The Walking Dead is one of the most watched shows on television, and Arrow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are close behind. The Sandman, Elfquest, and […]

by × January 17, 2014 ×

CALVIN & HOBBES

5 Lessons We Learned From Bill Watterson’s Calvin & Hobbes

5 Lessons We Learned From Bill Watterson’s Calvin & Hobbes

28 years ago today, on November 18, 1985, we were introduced to Calvin & Hobbes and their inventive world, imagined by cartoonist Bill Watterson. And last Friday, a documentary film about the impact of the comic strip, Dear Mr. Watterson, […]

by × November 18, 2013 ×

GRAPHIC NOVELS

5 Reasons to Love The Sandman: Overture #1

5 Reasons to Love The Sandman: Overture #1

Mr. Sandman, bring me Lord Dream. J.H. Williams III has made him the most beautiful that I’ve ever seen. The prequel to Neil Gaiman’s legendary Sandman series of graphic novels has arrived at last, and there is much rejoicing. If […]

by × November 5, 2013 ×

YA

A Comic-Con Reading List: YA Edition

A Comic-Con Reading List: YA Edition

The annual gathering of geeks known as San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off today, and while you’ll find your usual collection of capes, crossbows and cosplayers, this year’s festivities—more so than ever before—have a decidedly young-adult bent. Tributes, Shadowhunters, Launchies: […]

by × July 18, 2013 ×