Thursday, October 23, 2008

Occasional Superheroine Bulletin Board

Kevin Colden's acclaimed webcomic Fishtown is coming out in a handsome hardcover edition from IDW, and will hit stands November 12. You can read an interview I did with Colden over high-quality biscotti here.

Laurel Maury is the graphic novel reviewer for NPR's "Books We Like" column, and you should check her posts out.

Sullengrey and Cthulhu Tales artist Drew Rausch is profiled in David Gallaher's new column on Comic Mix, "Mixing It Up."

Clout Magazine's October/November issue features "So Super Duper's" Brian Andersen.

Max Ink has a cartoon regarding the candor and civility of the US Presidential contest. I've just received some comix from Max & am looking forward to reading them!

And the webcomic collective The Chemistry Set have just released their first anthology, No Formula, through Desperado Publishing, which you can get on Amazon (for a substantial discount) here. The creative line-up on the book includes Neil Kleid, Elizabeth Genco, Vito Delsante, Jim Dougan, Dean Haspiel, and Fishtown's Kevin Colden. I bought my copy of the book yesterday at their signing at Jim Hanley's Universe, and will profile the anthology in a later post.


  1. I like this bulletin board idea. I have all the news blogs in my google reader but there is some stuff you caught here I did not see (or did not notice) elsewhere. I just added Maury's blog to my reader. Good stuff. Thanks.

  2. OMG! Thank you for mentioning the article about me and my comics in Clout Magazine! Wheeeeee! You rock!

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