Yes, at LitReactor, we consider comics to be literature. Deal with it.
Column by BH Shepherd March 6, 2012
A few great comics to seek out, and why you should avoid their film adaptations.
Column by Kelly Thompson February 27, 2012
Comic books aren't just for geeks and kids anymore. We humbly present these 10 titles as evidence.
Column by BH Shepherd February 17, 2012
As comics continue to accrue cultural currency, their occurrence in canonical conversations can only increase. These graphic novels are typically regarded as unimpeachable pinnacles of the form.
News by Rob Hart February 10, 2012
Marvel Comics is earning some scorn over its decision to sue the creator of Ghost Rider for fees he's been paid to attend conventions--they think it's copyright infringement, but is it really?
Column by Jason Van Horn January 27, 2012
After the success of the DC Comics relaunch, should Marvel consider doing something similar?
News by Rob Hart January 25, 2012
Digital comic book distribution company Graphicly has announced a set of self-publishing tools that will let writers and artists convert, distribute and promote their own comic books.
Interview by Jason Van Horn January 19, 2012
An interview with 'Skullkickers' writer and creator Jim Zubkavich on his career and creator-owned comics.
Column by Jason Van Horn January 9, 2012
An apprehensive look at the upcoming 'Avengers vs X-Men' event book from Marvel.
Column by Bree Ogden
Literary agent, Bree Ogden answers some common questions about the process of creating graphic novels in anticipation of her upcoming LitReactor class.
Column by Brandon Tietz December 27, 2011
Many authors will tell you that reading and writing is the key to improving your work and getting published. In this column we examine the merits of three mediums OTHER than books.
Column by Jason Van Horn December 16, 2011
Ten comic books that should be turned into a television series, posthaste!
Column by Jason Van Horn December 9, 2011
Many reader's were upset by the idea of a black Spiderman, but they got one anyway. His name's not Peter Parker, but Miles Morales could end up being a better Spider-Man than Peter ever was.
News by Rob Hart December 9, 2011
Iconic comic book writer Alan Moore has joined the Occupy Comics project, a crowd funded comic anthology based on the Occupy movement.
News by Brandon Tietz December 7, 2011
The Scarlet Spider is considered one of the darker marks of the Spider-Man franchise. Will his return be triumphant or terrible?
News by Rob Hart December 2, 2011
DC Comics may be bringing back four characters from the iconic 'Watchmen' comic, and giving each of them a prequel miniseries--without the involvement of original series writer Alan Moore.
Column by Rob Hart November 30, 2011
'The Walking Dead' just wrapped up the first half of its second season--and unless they address the problems with its writing, I'm not going to tune back in come February.
News by Brandon Tietz November 15, 2011
Frank Miller has some choice words about the Occupy movement, and it's not winning him any fans.
Column by Jason Van Horn November 8, 2011
A closer look at the issue of sexuality and violence in the new DC 52.
Column by Brandon Tietz November 7, 2011
2012 brings us Ghost Rider, The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and a Spider-Man reboot. What's going to be good? What is sure to suck? Let's discuss.
News by Brandon Tietz October 24, 2011
Kindle Format 8 (KF8) will support HTML5-based formats for Kindle. In short: books are about to look a helluva lot better.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 21, 2011
Director Darren Aronofsky's big budget "Noah" script has been released as a graphic novel in France.
News by Tina Estlin Page October 7, 2011
Barnes and Noble removes DC comics from their shelves after exclusive 4 month deal with Amazon Kindle Fire deal is brokered. Already three feet under, B&N digs their own grave deeper.