Columnist Brian Delpozo looks at the recent Staten Island bullying suicide, and the feelings it stirred up from his own childhood.
Not everyone can pull off a retro style in their art. Dave Perillo succeeds in doing so in his illustration and design. He takes the classic look of old-school advertising and uses it to stylistically highlight content of all kinds in a new and innovative way.
Successful forms of parody can be a polarizing medium in that it is so easy to offend or do it poorly. Jesse Rubenfeld doesn't have that problem! He can very easily use his air tight artistic technique to not only create beautiful reinterpretations of masterful works of art history, but also express his deep appreciation for fun cartoons of the past.
Part three of 'The Lies' continues in the latest issue of WONDER WOMAN. New characters are introduced while everything starts to fall into place. Check out our review to find out if it's worth your time!
Jack Kirby, the King of Comics, would have been 98 come August 28th. Instead of mourning, we write to commemorate his incredible life and the contributions he brought to the comic industry that forever changed the way we viewed comic books.
The X-Men Minority Metaphor, minorities in comics, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X- Legendary X-Men scribe, Chris Claremont, sits down with ComicsVerse for an interview at Flame Con 2 by Geeks Out in New York City!
SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS: beloved cartoon icon, master of childlike wonder, and now an infantile, remorseless stalker and psychopath. What have you done?
With gorgeous visuals, dramatic world-building, and compelling characters, EVERLAND #1 is a must-read.
Our series examining the three main STAR TREK character archetypes concludes with this look at the franchise's doctors. From the early days of McCoy, to Crusher, Bashir, the EMH, and beyond.
Artist Sophie Campbell (TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS, WET MOON) took some time to talk to us at FlameCon about recreating icons and forging new paths in the world of comic books.
ComicsVerse’s Pete Imbesi sat down with legendary screenwriter and comic book writer Bob Gale.
ComicsVerse’s Phil Casey and Sean Bartley sat down with legendary comic artists Salvador Larroca and Angel Unzueta