Alright, it’s been a week since you’ve heard from me, and that means it’s time for a reboot. And this reboot is the best kind of reboot, because it’s all backstory. So fire up your androids and kiss Uncle Ben goodbye for the last time again, because here we go.
A long time ago, there were big blue aliens who were very smart but also total assholes. Continue reading
The Green Lantern universe is a strange and beautiful place, daring in scope and ambition. Its characters, by virtue of being literal and figurative worlds away from each other, explore the underpinnings of good and evil and the complexities of heroism. It is also a total soap opera. Continue reading
Here’s the first installment of our Wednesday Comics, we’ll be posting new ones each week.
As fans and professionals alike mourn the loss of Joe Kubert, I made it my personal mission today to read dozens of obituaries and bum myself out. Instead, I was filled with awe by Kubert’s massive body of work, his impact on the industry, and how he made the amazing look so effortless.
Six months ago, my good friend Mike Pallotta had an idea. The majority of our old college buddies were creatively inclined, and had chosen majors in college that fell pretty much in line with those inclinations, but we found ourselves floundering after graduation. Liberal Arts degrees, no matter how versatile universities claim they are, essentially tell potential employers that you’d make a great administrative assistant. All of a sudden, my creative writing degree was looking more and more like a terrible decision. But what if we could take those skills most of us weren’t using, and put them towards something productive, something that we could be proud of? He knew writers. He knew artists. He loved comics. To him, it seemed like a natural fit.