Confirmed: Geoff Johns Is the New President of DC Entertainment
Comic Books, Film, TV
Showing results 21-40 of 33
Robert's introduced himself in his column, he's talked about the books he likes and the people he's worked with, he's shared his opinions with readers, so this week Robert decided he'd give you a run down of exactly which books actually are his, with a look at some of his plans for "Ultimate X-Men," "The Walking Dead," "Marvel Team-Up" and more.
"You should just restart with a new number 1." People say that to Robert a lot about "Invincible." They say it'll help sell more books. But why? Why should a long running series be restarted with a new issue #1? Does it really matter that much to fans?
Robert's out on the West Coast this week and if you're in the Northern California area he's got a signing you might want to check out tonight. So, with that busy schedule in mind, Robert drops by with a big art preview including stuff from "Marvel Team-Up," "Battle Pope," "Walking Dead," "Ultimate X-Men" and more.
Today Robert tries something different as he spoofs Joe & Matt's THE BASEMENT TAPES by calling in his friend Tim Seeley to talk about comics and comics characters from the '90s, while giving you a preview of "Marvel Team-Up" #16.
For the past couple of months Robert's been telling you about some of his books. This week, he tells you about a whole slew of other books. Books he thinks you should be reading. Come inside and see what he's talking about.
Ahhh the Internet. The land of reasonable conversation and new frienships. Well, sort of. Robert takes a look at the level of discourse online in message boards and some of the over-the-top reactions people have to some news.
"Hey, you sure do write a lot of comics?" Yeah, Robert hears that a lot these days and right when he thought he was going to get some quiet time, something else comes up.
Robert checks in this week with some thoughts on Image Comics Publisher Erik Larsen and why "Savage Dragon" is a book all comic book fans should, no, need to be reading and what can be learned from watching that series unfold.
Robert gives you an interesting assortment of eye candy to look at this week, but with few clues as to who they're by or what they're for (although in some cases it's pretty obvious).
Robert answers the question everyone's been asking, "Do you or do you not like Brian K. Vaughan?" Confused? Look inside for an explanation. Then shares a big ol' review of "The Walking Dead" #22 (with minor spoilers).
This week Robert gives you all sorts of pretty preview art to look at from "Marvel Team-Up" #12, plus explains exactly how, with his schedule, he can fit a weekly column into his schedule and no, it's not always easy.
Robert returns with his second column to talk about one Cory Walker and how meeting Cory online years ago helped get Robert Kirkman where he is today and the lessons that can be learned from that experience for those of you interested in making comics a career.
It's the first ever edition of Robert Kirkman's BUY MY BOOKS. Robert starts out by introducing the column to readers, as well as filling in those of you who aren't familiar with him just who he is. Come on in, take a read. You might learn a thing or two you didn't know before.