Emanata: The Final Eight

It’s going to happen someday. The host of pulp magazines dwindled away to a last tenacious few (Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, for one, is still going); radio dramas disappeared one by one; the final soap operas are slowly being picked off. And eventually the herd of hundreds of serial periodical comic books are going to be thinned out …

Jim Lee on Drawing Comics and the WildStorm Legacy

Icons: The DC Comics and WildStorm Art of Jim Lee comes out this month–a big coffee-table book surveying Lee’s past two decades as a comics artist. It includes a hefty sampling of his work on Superman, Batman and the various titles Lee created for WildStorm, as well as a new Legion of Super-Heroes story drawn by Lee and written by Paul …

Interview: Peter Molyneux Talks Fable III

At about 1:30 in the video below, you’ll notice that Peter Molyneux makes a Batman reference. That’s because Peter Molyneux and I always wind up talking comics. When I first met Molyneux during a press tour for the first Fable, we wound up talking about Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s Preacher. And, most recently, he talked about a battle …

Tony Daniel on Writing and Drawing Batman

Tony Daniel was the main artist on the latter half of the Grant Morrison-written run of Batman, and for most of the last year, he’s been writing and drawing the series. Following a series of special issues around the “Return of Bruce Wayne” event (including a two-part sequel to “Batman R.I.P.” by Morrison and Daniel), he returns to his …

New Art and Screens for Batman: Arkham City

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, we’ve got a look at the hotly-anticipated Bat-sequel due in 2011. The screens below seem to show off some of the new moves and abilities reported elsewhere, including a flying/gliding mechanic and a double takedown.

The lowdown on the game’s plot is that Quincy Sharpe–the asylum …

Origins: Dustin Nguyen

In “Origins,” comics creators talk about their formative experiences with comics. This time, we spoke with Dustin Nguyen, one of the most adventurous artists in mainstream comics at the moment. Currently the artist for Batman: Streets of Gotham, he’s also drawn extended runs on Detective Comics and WildC.A.T.S. (He also maintains a

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