Rich Dannys is a cartoonist/illustrator based in Toronto, Canada who has been working in the Animation business, for 20 years now. His company – Flying Dutchman Studios, Inc., has provided creative services for various projects in Advertising, Marketing, and Comic-Books. In 2003, Rich published a sketchbook of his work WANG-DANG-DOODLE! He is also the moderator… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Rich Dannys
The other day I reported on the sale of a rare copy of Action Comics 1 which sold for 1 million dollars. Well, that price, the highest paid for an old comic book, has been surpassed – according to Rich Johnston a copy of Detective Comics 27 (the first appearance of Batman by Bob Kane)… Read More Action Comics smackdown. Detective Comics 27 sets new record price.
Dave Howard continues his excellent interview series, this time with Condundrum Press publisher Andy Brown. If you haven’t looked at Conundrum Press’ recent and upcoming offerings, you really are missing out on some interesting and exciting graphic novels. Conundrum Press was nominated last year for the Publisher Award and will most likely be back again… Read More Torontoist interviews Andy Brown of Conundrum Press
Todd McFarlane was recently in New York for the annual Toy Fair event and Newsarama’s Michael Avila had an opportunity to ask him some questions. He’s also busier on the comic book front than he’s been in years. He continues to ink “Haunt,” the book he co-created with Robert Kirkman, as well as inking “Spawn.”… Read More Newsarama talks with Todd
Sam Agro began his career in 1983, working as a storyboard artist in the animation industry producing hundreds of storyboards for shows like Ewoks and Droids, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and The Ripping Friends. Sam has written for TVO’s Polka Dot Shorts, the animated segments of Elliot Moose is on the Loose and many, many… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Sam Agro