Veteran comic book artist John Buscema, 74, died Thursday. Buscema's career in comics spanned more than five decades, was best known for an enormous body of work for Marvel Comics.
Industry pros react to the death of legendary Marvel Comics artist, John Buscema.
Augie finishes off his Top 10 Series of 2001, along with an honorable mention that might just surprise you.
This week, Larry explains why free comics aren't free, drops in a
reference to Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and points you to
Hollywood glamour and glitz gets a face lift ala Alex Ross' poster to promote the 74th Annual Academy Awards.
Robert Weinberg cut his sharp, pointed teeth writing horror novels. His creator-owned "Nightside," published by Marvel, bridges the gap between his novels and comics. Later this year, "Nightside" rises again from its uneasy rest.
Brian Wood discusses the variety of his product available this month plus how 'Channel Zero's' story of supressed speech may be that much more relevant in the current political climate.