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Alan Moore Criticizes Modern Superhero Stories as ‘Unhealthy Escapism’
Doing press for his new comic Jerusalem, legendary comics scribe Alan Moore criticized modern superhero stories, suggesting that the medium really hasn't "grown up" at all.
LOOK: Alan Moore’s “Jerusalem” Cover Revealed
The cover to "Watchmen" scribe Alan Moore's prose novel "Jerusalem" has been unveiled in anticipation for the book's September release.
Comics A.M. | Viz sees 20% rise in shoujo manga in direct market
Manga | ICv2 kicks off a week of manga coverage with a two-part interview with Kevin Hamric, Viz Media’s senior director of sales and marketing. Sales are up, with particularly …
Alan Moore finishes million-word first draft of ‘Jerusalem’
After eight years, Alan Moore has completed the epic first draft of his long-discussed novel Jerusalem, which clocks in at more than 1 million words. “Has finished the first draft …
Comics A.M. | HeroesCon doubles exhibition space
Conventions | HeroesCon, which begins Friday in Charlotte, North Carolina, will double in size this year, with the exhibit area increasing from 100,000 to 200,000 square feet. “There’s a whole …
Boaz Yakin’s Voyage to “Jerusalem”
Writer/director Boaz Yakin's new graphic novel from First Second is as poetic as it is harrowing. CBR News spoke with Yakin about its development, how directing informs his comics and more.
CBR SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Boaz Yakin
"Marathon" writer and "Safe" director Boaz Yakin joins CBR for the latest SUNDAY CONVERSATION, an in-depth chat with the creators of your favorite projects and their lives away from the books themselves.
What Are You Reading? with Austin English
Welcome to What Are You Reading?, our weekly rundown of what comics and other stuff we’ve been checking out recently. Today our special guest is cartoonist Austin English, creator of …
Food or Comics? | Popeye or popcorn
Welcome to Food or Comics?, where every week we talk about what comics we’d buy at our local comic shop based on certain spending limits — $15 and $30 — …
Read a sneak preview of Guy Delisle’s Jerusalem
Oh man, this was an unexpected treat to find in my Google Reader today: A six-page preview of comics memoirist-cum-journalist Guy Delisle’s upcoming travelogue Jerusalem, courtesy of Drawn and Quarterly. …
SDCC ’11 | Guy Delisle, D&Q travel to Jerusalem
No sooner does The Comics Reporter’s Tom Spurgeon return from hiatus (welcome back, Tom!) than he breaks news of an exciting, and potentially controversial, new comic from Drawn & Quarterly: …