Ben and Daniel list their 15 favourite CBMs from before 2008!
Here are trailers and clips for films in the TIFF Docs programme.
Fabian Rangel, Jr. on Doc Unknown, Space Riders and How to Not Suck at Kickstarter.
We've got a good feeling about this. Star Wars #1 kicks off a new, ongoing series that sees a galaxy far, far away back under the Marvel Comics banner.
A woman in comics critiqued a comic book cover. She suffered threats of physical violence and rape for her troubles. What part of that seems like a pattern we should keep ignoring?
Jay reviews The White Suits, a tale of Russian crime lords identified by their eponymous clothing.
Greg Rucka and Tony Fejzula's VEIL offers a completely unique hero to root for in this Dark Horse series coming March 5th.
We chat with Vivek J. Tiwary about The Fifth Beatle and what a labour of love it was bringing Beatles manager Brian Epstein’s story to the world.
Ghost: In the Smoke and Din comes out July 31 and we recommend it for its well-paced and well-plotted story, believable characters, and clean expressive artwork.
Artist Christian Ward talks The Infinite Vacation, his collaborations, musical influences, and what's next for him (hint: it's awesome, and features Matt Fraction).
Comic books are awesome, and more ladies should love them. Here’s the top ten best gateway comics that will make gals fans for life.
The almost surreal man-child comedy/drama Dark Horse from divisive director Todd Solondz almost becomes his most accessible film since Welcome to the Dollhouse. Almost.
My opinion of webcomics is about the same: anything with a continuous thread more than five panels long gets on my nerves. Thankfully, Dark Horse Books has been compiling some of the most prolific webcomics into hefty printed volumes, the latest of which is Christopher Hastings’ The Adventures of Dr. McNinja: Night Powers, which debuted at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival.