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A lifelong fan of Wally Wood's cutting-edge superheroes, writer Phil Hester explains how he's bringing visual flair and classic storytelling to IDW's "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" with artist Andrea DiVito.
Tim takes a look at two new books from Fantagraphics and explores the artistic recontextualization of Wally Wood alongside the sketchbook-come-to-life that is Steven Weissman's "Barack Hussein Obama."
After signing up for new adventures with Wally Wood's classic '60s superhero team, IDW CCO Chris Ryall explains how he's now on a hunt for the perfect creative pitch to bring the U.N.-sanctioned squad back to life.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner offers a thoughtful look at EC Comics in light of two recent collections from Fantagraphics, noting "many stories that were initially regarded as exemplary haven’t held up well over time."
Golden Age artist Sheldon Moldoff passes away. Comic-Con badges sell out within an hour and a half! What set Wally Wood apart? IDW's "KISS" plans! Becky Cloonan on "Wolves" and "Conan"! Plus more!
IDW Publishing and Topps have announced a new "Mars Attacks" comic series based on the classic trading cards along with reprints of vintage Mars Attacks material throughout 2012.
IDW's next Artist's Edition reprints EC Comics stories by Wally Wood from original artwork at full Golden Age size. CBR spoke exclusively with editor Scott Dunbier about the initiative.
CBR News spoke with co-curator Craig Yoe about the current Museum of Sex exhibition "Comics Stripped," which features explicit drawings and comics by Robert Crumb, Joe Shuster, Wally Wood, Jack Cole and more.
Tim looks at Nick Spencer's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents relaunch and compares it to the glory days of the series, when men were men, superspies were duplicitous, and sexy women dressed head-to-toe in suits of armor.
This week: independent comics and where the business is going; more vintage Wally Wood comics; your salvation from Squaresville, Daddy-O!; plus the heat death of the Internet and gobs of other notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
This week: demolishing the icon; the end of Fu Manchu; what's so funny 'bout peace, love & the graphic novel; even the Bedouins hate their phone company; and gobs and gobs of short notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
This week: the graphic novel vs the serialized comic, round 2 - why one is one step forward and the other is two steps back. Plus mail, what's new in war, where to find Ed Brubaker this week, movie reviews and more.
What the Siegel Estate victory on Superman means to us, plus why writers (and other creators) don't have the same rules as other working stiffs, more Wally Wood, strange apparitions in Superhero Movie and much more!