This week James and Yaw play adapt the Image Comics title Comeback.
Listen as an absolutely thrilled James and a befuddled Yaw talk about the comic book masterpiece Scud: The Disposable Assassin.
This week on the Development Slate, James and Yaw have a special episode planned for Canada’s Birthday: A movie adaptation of We Stand On Guard.
This week, James and Yaw take a trip to Bitch Planet with special guests Stephanie Cooke and Diana McCallum!
It’s going to be a bloody good time as the guys from the Development Slate take on the comic Hack/Slash!
Nearly every genre in every medium has at least one legendary love story. We've pulled a handful of comic book examples that deserve some recognition on this Valentine's day.
We talk with Eisner Winner Jorge Corona about Goners.
The Fade Out, a new series published by Image Comics and written by Ed Brubaker with art by Sean Phillips, is an engaging story set on the set of a late 1940s Hollywood noir film.
As we get closer to the 2015 Eisner Awards, I thought it was time to reflect on some of the incredible nominees this year, in particular the titles up for Best New Series. This category is an especially important one, because it often reflects the tone of comics as whole for that year – the […]
If you’re a fan of ghost stories, undead monsters and the people who hunt them, then you’re in for a special treat. Jacob Semahn's Goners is an action-packed, modern-day Lovecraftian investigation into the unknown... with a tentacle monster or two.
“You’ve got to put your body into it.” In an interview about her then-upcoming sci-fi series following a group of women stuck in the prison system, Kelly Sue DeConnick talked about meeting civil rights leader Representative John Lewis. In a discussion about how armchair activism just isn’t enough, Lewis told her that she had to […]
Sure, McKelvie, Gillen and Wilson could keep putting out Phonogram forever and I would still buy it, but now that we have The Wicked + The Divine, I have two things to continually look forward to.
Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's Lazarus really stands on its own as a dark, dystopian fantasy that is honestly not a huge leap from where we are today.
Have you heard of Rat Queens? If not, you need to get out from that rock you've been living under and seek this thing out. The power of Betty commands you.
In Eisner Watch, Heather reviews a nominee in the Best New Series category of the 2014 Eisner Awards.