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10 Things The Walking Dead Has To Do To Keep Me Watching

Column by Kelly Thompson October 12, 2012
What are the 10 things The Walking Dead needs to do this season to keep me watching? Let's find out!
'The Walking Dead' Recaps At LitReactor

Get Ready For Season 3 of 'The Walking Dead'... Complete With Episode Recaps At LitReactor!

News by Rob Hart October 8, 2012
Check out this trailer for the third season for 'The Walking Dead', which kicks off this Sunday... and get ready to join the discussion every Monday morning, for recaps.

Marvel NOW! - What Is It And Why Should You Care?

Column by Kelly Thompson September 28, 2012
What is Marvel's upcoming event "Marvel NOW!" all about and why you should care.

Start Reading Comics! A Beginner's Guide

Column by BH Shepherd
A guide to some tried and true methods to get you caught up and reading comics quick.

Don't Write Comics: How To Write Comics Part 4

Column by Kelly Thompson September 6, 2012
The final installment in a series about writing for comics & graphic novels. Part 4 discusses writer/artist agreements, and writer/artist collaboration.
Marvel Turning SHIELD Into A Television Series With Joss Whedon Steering The Shi

Marvel Turning SHIELD Into A Television Series With Joss Whedon Steering The Ship

News by Rob Hart August 30, 2012
Capitalizing on the success of The Avengers, Marvel will spin its secret military law-enforcement agency into its own television series at ABC. Joss Whedon will write--and maybe even direct--the pilot
Page To Screen: Dark Tower, Divergent, Thor

From Page To Screen: Dark Tower Crumbles, Neil Burger Considers YA, and Mr. Eko Will Fight Thor

News by Rob Hart August 24, 2012
The ambitious Dark Tower film/television adaption may be stalled, 'Divergent' may be the next 'Twilight,' and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje joins the cast of 'Thor 2.'
Superman And Wonder Woman Are Hittin' It

In The New DC Universe, Superman And Wonder Woman Are Hittin' It

News by Rob Hart August 23, 2012
Lois Lane is out and Wonder Woman is in as Superman's main squeeze. Kinda makes sense, doesn't it? But will the purists accept this change in the status quo?

Image Innovation: Then & Now

Column by Kelly Thompson
A look at what has made Image Comics such an innovative publisher-- both in 1992 when they opened up shop, and now, 20 years later.

Comics Crossover: Science Fiction Gets Inked Up

Column by Jon Korn
You got your Science Fiction in my comics! You got your comics in my Science Fiction! (Jon Korn explores the awesome results.)
From Page To Screen: Fight Club for Girls, Guardians of the Galaxy and Steampunk

From Page To Screen: Fight Club for Girls, Guardians of the Galaxy and Steampunk Tom Sawyer

News by Rob Hart August 20, 2012
In today's 'From Page to Screen,' we've got Fight Club for girls, a Troma guy possibly heading to Marvel, and steampunk Tom Sawyer!

Five Reasons To Get Excited About Guardians Of The Galaxy

Column by BH Shepherd August 16, 2012
What Guardians of the Galaxy means for the Marvel Movie Universe.

Don't Write Comics: How To Write Comics Part 3

Column by Kelly Thompson August 14, 2012
The 3rd in a series about writing for comics & graphic novels. Part 3 continues to explore what you'll need for a professional comics pitch and details finding the right artist for your project.
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From Page To Screen: Galactus, The Great Gatsby and The Gunslinger

News by Rob Hart August 7, 2012
Galactus may face off against The Avengers, Gatsby gets shoved to summer, and Russell Crowe may be slingin' some guns instead of Javier Bardem, in today's 'From Page to Screen...'

Bat-Mortem: The End Of Nolan's Trilogy, The Balls That Were Dropped And The Psychology Behind The Devotion

Column by Rob Hart July 24, 2012
Nolan's Batman trilogy drew to a close this weekend. It was quite a ride. Let's talk about it!

Wave Of The Future: Kickstarting Comics?

Column by Kelly Thompson July 24, 2012
A look at why crowdsourcing comics via Kickstarter has become so wildly popular, and a peek at four comics projects I recommend, as well as previous success stories.
Comic-Con, News

Comic-Con 2012 News Roundup

News by Rob Hart July 16, 2012
If you weren't in San Diego for Comic-Con, you missed a lot of nerdtastic news. Here's a quick roundup of some of the cooler items.

On Comics and Continuity

Column by BH Shepherd July 12, 2012
How comic books have shaped our understanding of continuity in fiction.

Don't Write Comics: How To Write Comics Part 2

Column by Kelly Thompson July 11, 2012
The 2nd in a series about writing for comics & graphic novels. Part 2 details what you'll need for a professional comics pitch, formatting and technical details, and how to actually write your comic.
Charles Dickens Cited As Source For The Dark Knight Rises

A Tale Of Two Gothams: Charles Dickens Cited As Source For The Dark Knight Rises

News by Dave Reuss July 10, 2012
Spoiler alert: anyone who's read A Tale of Two Cities has basically seen The Dark Knight Rises.

What The Dark Knight Can Learn From The Avengers

Column by BH Shepherd June 29, 2012
What can the Dark Knight learn from the most successful superhero movie ever?

YA Novels vs YA Comics

Column by Kelly Thompson June 22, 2012
A discussion of YA Comics and, why despite a glut of talent and smart books, they can't quite muster the sales and influence of their powerful cousins - YA Prose.

With Comics Based On Our Favorite TV Shows, We Never Have To Say Goodbye

Column by Meredith Borders June 21, 2012
Your favorite TV show characters can live forever on the page.

Don't Write Comics: How To Write Comics Part 1

Column by Kelly Thompson June 11, 2012
The 1st in a series about writing for comics & graphic novels. Part I details deciding if comics is right for you, an explanation of the formats available to you, and some helpful book recommendations
Dr. Seuss's World War II Cartoons

A Look At Dr. Seuss's World War II Cartoons

News by Dave Reuss June 6, 2012
The University of California, San Diego offers a look at Dr. Seuss's political cartoons.