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What I bought, read, or otherwise consumed – March 2016
“That which is written without effort is generally read without pleasure.” (Samuel Johnson) Bats of the Republic by Zachary Thomas Dodson. Doubleday, 445 pgs, 2015. I flipped through Dodson’s first …
Grayson and Tiger battle their way into a secret lab of deceased scientist and Spyral founder Otto Netz. As he searches for clues to the true identity of the mysterious …
DC Comics Bombshells #2
"DC Comics Bombshells" #2 allows Marguerite Bennett, Laura Braga, Stephen Mooney and Ted Naifeh to not only revisit characters introduced in the first issue, but to also continue to expand this entertaining world.
The new dynamic duo Midnighter and Dick Grayson return in "Midnighter" #4 by Steve Orlando and Stephen Mooney.
EXCLUSIVE: Jock, Panosian & More Cover Ellis & Masters’ “James Bond” #1
Get an exclusive first look at the all-star artists covering Warren Ellis and Jason Masters' November-launching 007 series.
Comics A.M. | More details surface on Kadokawa’s manga app
Digital comics | Casey Baseel has more details on Kadokawa’s new digital manga service ComicWalker, which will launch on March 22. The service will include a mix of original comics …
Shalvey & Mooney chat about their careers & ‘Half Past Danger’
Declan Shalvey’s friendship with Stephen Mooney stretches back nearly a decade, to before either Irish creator was well known in the United States. So when the Moon Knight artist pitched …
Stephen Mooney Takes Comics Fans “Half Past Danger”
Writer/artist Stephen Mooney discusses his World War II-era adventure "Half Past Danger," revealing the title's cinematic & comic book influences and his goal to tell a type of story rarely found in modern comics.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, an Irish Sketchblog works up Banshee
With today being St. Patrick’s Day, we thought the best way to ring in the holiday was to highlight a little Irish flavor that exists in comics. And who better …
Angel Revisited: Creators Talk Comics Adaptations
Creators Scott Tipton & Stephen Mooney talk about their adaptation of the "Angel" episode "Not Fade Away," which Angel comics they consider canon, and their individual contributions to "Angel: After the Fall."