Too much of a good thing... Well, too much of a mediocre thing.
Because there's nothing a creator loves more than being equated to another creator.
In anticipation for Rebirth DC has locked up a few new creators, but why these guys?
Do the Big Two lose money on "low selling" books?
The superhero world today suffers from an overdeveloped sense of maturity. I could rant and rave against it as many others have done, but I've chosen, instead, to celebrate the weird and the wonderful, the things that we're supposed to forget. Tonight: The Boxing Glove Arrow.
Reliance on the past prevents readers in the future.
When million dollar entertainment corporations align their products, do they boost profit?
The Griotvine questions the influx of Black comic products being released and announced this year, wondering if this is the start of a Black Comic Renaissance.
Sure we know where the character began, but how did the character get to where it is?
Perlmutter and Geppi's political and personal opinions have led many to consider a boycott, but will there be collateral damage?
The polls are open!!!
Comics hurts itself when it's not building a new generation of readers.
When the expenses of life arise, fans pick up the tab while publishers benefit.
Acclaimed photographer, James C. Lewis, stops by the Griotvine to discuss his work from Naked Black Justice to Orisha Gods to his detractors and the controversy that comes with his vision. Part 1 of 3.
Graphic novelist Igor Baranko stops by to talk about Shamanism, a fantasy sci-fi tale following a reality where America was never invaded by Europeans, the intensive research needed, and his art process!
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