Dynamite/Gary Leach; Vertigo/Dave JohnsonWar comics can be an acquired taste, mostly because the traditional model plays around with some formula of tortured soldier, brutal combat, victimized civilians, heavy pathos. Rinse. Repeat. If these elements don't appeal to you, odds are high the comic-- ... More >>
Marvel/Marco DjurdjevicCaptain America has had a tough past five years. He led the losing side of a civil war, was murdered (well, not really, but everyone thought he was dead), and when he finally returned, he found out that Chris Evans is set to portray him in a movie next year.But that's ... More >>
PAGEANT OF THE MASTERS, 8:30 p.m.
I miss Arrested Development. Sigh.
Laguna Beach Festival of Arts
650 Laguna Canyon Rd.
Laguna Beach CA 92651
COMIX ART, until 9 p.m.
Featuring the work of R. Crumb, Bob Kane, Will Koffman, Jack Kirby, Rick Griffin and more!
WORLD GALLERY OF FINE ART
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As much as I've always loved superheroes, I've always felt there was something just a little off-putting about Marvel head honcho Stan Lee, the person. And it isn't a righteous indignation thing about not giving his collaborators their due credit; Stan has relented on that score in later years, and ... More >>
“This could be an entire other article, sell this to Wizard magazine, 'Rob Liefeld goes after Alan Moore'” -- Rob Liefeld, during our interview for this week's cover. Since I don't work for Wizard, and this particular tangent didn't make it into the paper, you're gonna get it here, because it's ... More >>