Interview: Tristan Roulot and Patrick Henaff on The Will of Captain Crown and French Comics for an English Speaking AudienceBy Christian in Features on June 27, 2014
An interview with the creators of The Will of Captain Crown on the English versions of their comic.
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The indie publisher is seeking $85,000 to help save their business.
Marko learns to dance, Alana experiments, and Prince Robot gets his freak on.
MORE JAEGERS! MORE KAIJU!! OH MY!!! ***Updated with additional info on the sequel and animated series.
Just when things we're getting hot and heavy... the plot goes soft.
Personal problems and conspiracy theories abound in a world where being good at shooting a dude's dick off doesn't make you a super-hero.
The producers felt that the addition of McNairy's name to the cast could help lighten the tone of the grim and gritty killfest.
The top-notch podcast is promoting their Patreon campaign with some cool giveaways.
The on-again off-again relationship between Starlin and Marvel appears to be back on again.
The kid from The Mighty Ducks joins an all-star cast on Marvel's upcoming Netflix series.
So The Goon, a sailor, and a man eating gorilla walk into a bar...
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Lots of comics for little cash.
If you've missed this comic before, now's your sixth chance to add it to your collection!
Kirkman and Azaceta's brand new horror series!
How will the popular title continue without its titular character?!
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss JLA: A League of One, by Christopher Moeller.
Will it have all the elements that make a great game?
"The Great One" Brian Bendis says Marvel has no plans to cancel all the X-Men titles, as suggested in a rumor no one believed in the first place.
The creator made an inflammatory statement today on Twitter.
On this episode of the podcast Eric talks with indie game developer Justin Amirkhani about his recent release Always Sometimes Monsters.
Abnett is looking forward to developing a new fan favorite property that will eventually get canceled and given a lower quality reboot by a higher profile writer.
Pop culture strikes back.
See the super-exciting cover here!
Can this issue redeem this story, or does it end up being an appropriately disappointing ending?
The shows will both debut during the first full week of October.
Jails are already overflowing too much for the US to try this.
A review of Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr.'s first issue of Superman.
A look at new, current and completed Kickstarter campaigns.